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Agape

A cross between Shasta Grape and Black Cherry, Agape is 60% sativa and 40% indica. Its THC content ranges between 12% and 20%, with less than 1% CBD. Agape has been described as having arousing, uplifting effects and a flavor reminiscent of tea, grape, and tropical fruits. Users have described Agape as helpful in managing cramps, ocular pressure (glaucoma), and depression.

Agape is a bit of a mysterious strain (cultivar) with many different dispensaries giving conflicting information on its cannabinoid content and history. While some information sources have nothing to say about the strain’s background, others only offer up “Justin” as the breeder when he was working at Trinity Sacred Rootz based in America.

Agape provides a lovely smoke with a mix of tropical and fruity flavors, giving users a tingly, inspiring, and euphoric high. This rare, sativa-dominant strain is an excellent choice for a morning bowl. If you can try this premium bud, make sure you stock up. You’ll likely have one chance, as this strain is rare.

Cannabinoids

Tetrahydrocannabinol

THC

12%-20%

Cannabidiol

CBD

0.36%-0.73%

Cannabigerol

CBG

0.26%-0.86%

Tetrahydrocannabivarin

THCV

0.34%-0.56%

Cannabichromene

CBC

0.24%-0.46%

Cannabinol

CBN

0.22%-0.34%

Strain types

  • 40%Indica
  • 60%Sativa

Aromas

  • Blueberry
  • Fruity
  • Orange
  • Sweet

Flavors

  • Blueberry
  • Fruity
  • Orange
  • Sweet

Terpenes

  • Borneol

  • Limonene

  • Linalool

  • Myrcene

  • Pinene

  • Terpinolene

Flavonoids

Effects

Agapes has been reported to have the following effects:

  • Creativity
  • Energizing
  • Focus
  • Imagination
  • Relaxing
  • Tingly

The following adverse effects have also been reported:

  • Dry Eyes
  • Dry Mouth

Agape’s sativa-dominant effects make it an excellent strain for daytime use. Shortly after smoking or vaporizing, users report that Agape inspires a euphoric boost, lifting their minds and body free of the troublesome constraints of the world. Many users report an energizing tingly feeling throughout their body as the high develops into an energizing one.

Agape lends itself well to getting tasks done during the day, working out at the gym, going for a walk, or winding down at the end of a long day. Many users report feelings of inspiration or creativity, perhaps explaining why artists often tout this strain as a personal favorite. As the high continues to develop, Agape’s effects calm, washing the user in a relaxing wave of peace.

Medical Applications

No standardized scientific studies have been performed on Agape, so no information is available on how this strain affects various medical conditions. Some users report that Agape has helped them alleviate symptoms of depression, stress, loss of appetite or nausea, and chronic pain.
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Depression

Cannabinoids like CBD can help modulate serotonin transmission, giving it anti-depressant and anxiolytic effects.

Organ Systems

  • Brain & Nervous System
Loss of Appetite

THC can stimulate the production of the hunger hormone ghrelin.

Organ Systems

  • Endocrine
  • Other
Nausea & Vomiting

THC and CBD are shown to have significant anti-emetic properties, meaning it can help prevent vomiting when used in the right doses.

Organ Systems

  • Digestive
Chronic Pain, Muscle Pain and Other Types of Pain

Cannabis contains anti-inflammatory and analgesic compounds that can help reduce or distract from pain, including THC, CBD, and beta-caryophyllene.

Organ Systems

  • Brain & Nervous System
  • Muscular
  • Skeletal

Dosing

Growing

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Agape is not particularly challenging to cultivate, sitting roughly in the middle of the difficulty spectrum. If you are considering growing this strain, be aware that there is relatively little growing information available specific to this strain, and you may need trial and error to find what works best for this strain.

Height

Agape cannabis plants generally grow between 30 and 60 inches when grown indoors and upwards of 90 inches outdoors. Bear this in mind when setting up your growing operation.

Humidity and Temperature

There is no humidity information available specifically for the Agape strain. In general, cannabis plants require between 40% and 50% relative humidity, though some appreciate humidity up to 90%.

Flowering

Flowering times for Agape range between 50 days and 63 days, depending on growing conditions. Harvesting of Agape is usually possible around day 69, yielding 1-2 ounces of bud per square foot when grown indoors and roughly 15-20 ounces per plant outdoors.

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