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.