From Carmel, ” A first release from Carmel’s in-house breeding program, Dim MAC was born by crossing Drew’s Dark Helmet with a MAC male. The result is a beautiful flower that delivers the best of both genetics. The appearance is more MAC leaning with the density and flavour profile of the Dark Helmet. Expect hints of creamy citrus and cookie dough. ”
Trip to Outer Space
Dim Mac by Carmel packaged on September 30th, 2021, cost $41.52 for 3.5 grams with 22.997% THC 4.02% Total Terpenes and an earth herbal medicinal piney with a hint of floral scent.Our test amount was 0.26 grams.
The taste of Mac started a clear mental sensory awakening to start the “high.” Slowly after inhalation, the cobwebs clear as euphoric clarity and good intent begin to Shine. No Party would be complete without these smooth Creative Dance Monkeys blissfully hypnotizing Time away. Fifteen minutes later, sitting on the Edge of the Event Horizon, we can spy on the Universe.
Dim Mac by Carmel is a crisp smooth euphoric and creative “high” powered by 4.02% Terpenes. Dim Mac’s “high” profile is more MAC genetic against a blissful background provided by Drew’s Dark Helmet. The first 45 minutes was a Trip to Outer Space. Act 2 of Dim Mac “high” started to express more Drew’s Dark Helmet blissful genetic.
Activity pairing is best anytime as a coffee replacement. Dim Mac is a very weaponizable strain for enhancing productivity while being spaced out.
Dim Mac by Carmel Cannabis
Dim Mac by Carmel Cannabis is a proprietary strain with a very cerebral blissful “high” profile. Fans of hybrid sativa like Blue Dream, or Jean Guy, type of “high” may resonate with Dim Mac.
Total Terpenes: 4.02% (Limonene, Farnesene, Caryophyllene)
Cost: $41.52 for 3.5 grams
Would we buy this again? Maybe. There are a lot of strains with similar potency and effects. GreenSeal’s Gorilla Berry is similar and a bit cheaper. And, the cheapest Mac from Edison available in 14 grams is also a great alternative. But, this Dim Mac by Carmel is an Original and worth trying.
On an investment note, this is how Tilray looks at Carmel, “If you look at us, Hexo, Canopy Growth and Aurora, all together we have 50 per cent share [of the market],” Simon said. “Underneath that, you have 450 licensed producers that are all ankle biters that are taking a little bit of share away.… ” Too Funny.
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