The sativa genes win out in this rare medical selection (sativa/indica ratio of about 30:70), promising a heady high that may be helpful in alleviating the symptoms of patients suffering from anxiety, depression, or mood disorders. Beyond that, there isn’t much public data on this strain or its potential medical uses. There also isn’t much specific information on the type of high created by Cannalope AK, or on how much THC or CBD is contained in the strain. But Cannalope AK descends from two potent sativa-dominant hybrids, Cannalope and AK-47, so the experience is likely head-focused with some physical relaxation provided by the indica genes. Cannalope and AK-47 are both widely popular and typically very powerful. Hybrids don’t always capture the potency of their parent plants, but if Cannalope AK is as at least as strong as they are, it should make for a strong choice with THC levels potentially exceeding 20%. There’s little if any information on the taste and smell of this strain, or on its appearance. This strain might be found on some American legal markets, but it certainly isn’t common. It may be somewhat easier to find on the black market.