Zoap Weed Strain


THC: 24%

CBD: 2%

About The Strain

The Zoap strain is an evenly balanced hybrid, born from the union of Pink Guava #16 and Rainbow Sherbet. This strain is celebrated for its swift, head-spinning effects and a flavor that melds sweet, sour, and earthy notes. Its aroma is rich with cherry and sour citrus, with a subtle earthy backdrop. Upon use, it quickly induces euphoria and a tingly sensation, leading to a state of relaxation. It’s particularly effective for conditions like chronic pain and depression, thanks to its high THC levels of 25-26%. Zoap’s appearance is marked by its dense, purple-tinged nugs​​.

Strain Facts


Aroma and Flavor

Helps with


Zoap is a balanced hybrid strain (50% indica/50% sativa), a result of crossing Pink Guava #16 with Rainbow Sherbet. It’s known for its powerful, euphoric high and a flavor profile that combines sweet and sour fruity citrus with a lightly earthy cherry exhale. The aroma complements this with notes of freshly picked cherries and sour citrus, with a hint of earthiness. Zoap’s effects are almost immediate upon use, delivering a mental uplift and a relaxing body high, making it effective against depression, chronic stress, appetite loss, and chronic pain. The buds are dense, dark olive green with purple undertones, and coated in purple-tinted trichomes​​.

Origin and History

Zoap was initially created and bred by DEEP EAST in collaboration with WIZARD TREES. The final selection, cut #21, was a cross of Rainbow Sherbert V2 and Pink Guava #16. WIZARD TREES further cultivated Zoap for the market, leading to its global recognition​​.

Composition and Breeding

Zoap is a 50/50 hybrid strain, derived from crossing Pink Guava #16 with Rainbow Sherbet. It exhibits a balanced blend of indica and sativa traits​​.

Strain Statistics

  • THC Percentage: 24% – 28%
  • CBD Percentage: 0.5% – 2%
  • Strain Type: Balanced Hybrid
  • Indica Percentage: 50%
  • Sativa Percentage: 50%​​.


Zoap buds are dense, rounded, and dark olive green with dark purple undertones. They are adorned with thin amber hairs and a frosty coating of dark purple-tinted crystal trichomes​​.


Zoap’s terpene profile includes dominant Caryophyllene and Myrcene, as well as Limonene, Linalool, Humulene, and Ocimene. These terpenes contribute to its unique flavor and aroma, as well as its therapeutic effects​​.

CaryophylleneSpicy, Peppery
MyrceneEarthy, Musky
LinaloolFloral, Spicy
HumuleneWoody, Earthy
OcimeneSweet, Herbal, Woodsy

Aroma and Flavor

The strain emits an aroma that might initially remind one of soap, but it has a much more appealing flavor profile, consisting of sugary floral notes with a slight gassy hint on the exhale. Its aroma profile includes cherry, earthy, flowery, fruity, spicy, and sweet notes​​.

Potential Benefits from Using This Strain

Zoap’s balanced effects include creativity, happiness, hunger, relaxation, and uplifting feelings. It’s effective in relieving chronic pain, depression, nausea, and stress​​.

Common Psychoactive and Physical Effects

Zoap is known for inducing euphoria, a tingly sensation, and relaxation. It can lead to a happy, unfocused, and giggly state, making it ideal for social interactions. A relaxing body high accompanies this mental uplift, leaving users slightly couch-locked but not fully sedated​​.

Medical Uses

Medically, Zoap is used for treating conditions such as depression, chronic stress, appetite loss or nausea, and chronic pain​​.

Breeder’s Advice

Specific growing advice from the breeders is not provided in the sources available.

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