MAC 1, also known as “Miracle Alien Cookies X1.” Is an evenly balanced hybrid strain (50% indica/50% sativa) created as a backcross of the iconic MAC strain. This celebrity child takes the beloved effects of MAC and amps it up a notch to a whole new level, with a super lifted feeling that will have you flying higher and higher the more that you toke. The high starts in the head with a rushing euphoria that fills your mind with an expansive happiness, gently easing away negative or racing thoughts and replacing them with creative motivation and pure happiness. A relaxing body high accompanies this cerebral lift, keeping you tethered to the world below as your mind soars higher and higher into outer space. In combination with its super high 20-23% average THC level, these heavy effects make MAC 1 perfect for treating those suffering from conditions such as chronic pain, mood swings, chronic fatigue, depression and chronic stress. This bud has a classic sour diesel flavor with a spicy herbal overtone that's accented by sweet citrus. The aroma is very similar, although with a heavy pungent overtone that lingers long after your final toke. MAC 1 buds have rounded fluffy dark olive green nugs with rich purple undertones, thin orange hairs and a coating of tiny white crystal trichomes.
Cannabis ruderalis is smaller than other species of Cannabis. C. ruderalis rarely grows over two feet in height. Plants have "thin, slightly fibrous stems" with little branching. Foliage is typically open with large leaves, C. ruderalis reaches maturity much quicker than other species of Cannabis, typically in a five to seven week period from seed.
Unlike other species of cannabis, Cannabis ruderalis enters the flowering stage based on the maturity of the plant, rather than its light cycle. With C. sativa and C. indica varieties, it is possible to keep the plant in the vegetative state indefinitely by maintaining a long daylight cycle. C. ruderalis, however, will enter the flowering stage regardless of daily light duration. Cannabis geneticists today refer to this feature as "auto-flowering".