About Banana MAC
Banana MAC tastes like you’d expect it to -- like the earthy tropics crashed into some sweet dessert flavors. It was bred as a cross between Banana Kush and Miracle Alien Cookies (MAC) and it’s sometimes listed with the full acronym spelled out. The strain provides a sweet-delicious way to get creative energy back and dispel any pesky mood swings, helping you deal with stress in the process. If you find yourself antsy and stressed, especially in the long evenings, consider Banana MAC’s uncanny couch-locking powers as a potential solution. It packs tropical essences and uplifting mood enhancements, in addition to its nutty flavor. Not much to complain about, no matter your experience level.
The Banana MAC flavor is bright, spritely, nutty, with a touch of earth. It’s like munching a big banana cookie on the inhale, with hints of tropical, fruity herbs on the exhale. The main terpenes are Limonene and Alpha-Pinene so you’ll get whiffs of citrus and outdoorsy pine. Discerning noses will even detect mint on the exhale, hidden in the banana and earth.
This is a broad spectrum strain, with alleviating, sleep-inducing effects. Banana MAC relaxes you to the point of rest, as your negative, mood-sharpening thoughts flee from your mind and your physical body becomes jelly. You’ll feel a burst of happy creativity on the Banana MAC roller-coaster as your mind becomes inspired and happy, but your body sinks lower and lower into total relaxation. These effects persist for hours, leading to a pretty heavy couch slump and the desire to get to sleep. If REM rest alludes you and you find the stresses of work piling on too high, Banana MAC could be the snack that knocks you out of it and gets you to sleep.
As for cultivating Banana MAC, even novice growers can expect to reap a healthy 700g harvest from each plant. Experienced growers recommend the SCROG method to get the most out of Banana MAC since its plentiful nodes respond well to being stretched out into the sunlight. We also advocate organic cultivation on real soil. Banana MAC is a hardy plant that actually responds well no matter what it’s grown in (another factor that makes it great for beginners) but you’ll get a more diverse terpene profile if you use good soil. Banana MAC can provide it so why not take advantage?
We love the essence of the tropics that comes through in the resinous, dense, tight, and sticky buds of the Banana MAC plant. The fruity aroma is balanced out by the nutty banana taste that turns into minty earth when you exhale. Those who suffer from insomnia can get good sleep using this strain, paired with a balanced mood and a feeling of uplifting creativity. For a strain that’s kind to the palettes and the gardens of novices but still packs a monkey punch, Banana MAC checks all the right boxes.