The cannabis strain White Rhino is an indica that gets its name from the plant’s appearance at harvest. It grows short and stout, with female plants that produce thick hairs that resemble the horns of a rhinoceros. It yields a heavy amount of trichomes, producing a white coating on its leaves when ready for reaping.
White Rhino has a powerful earthy and woody flavor/scent with skunky undertones.
Only one parent is known of – White Widow, a hybrid – having an unknown parent believed to be North American Indica.
White Rhino’s THC level averages between 18-22% meaning it’s quite potent.
The effects of this strain are meant for nighttime use as recommended by many reviewers. It’s known to produce an extremely relaxed high, relieving stress throughout the body with along with a sedated mindset. Many who’ve tried this strain also relate its high to its name: It hits you hard – like a rhino – and can leave you spinning or needing a nap along with a numbing body high.
It has been known to bring about dizziness if too much is consumed at once, but dry mouth is the top contender as its most common negative side-effect.
White Rhino is a favorite for growers, with high yields and stout stature perfect for indoor growth.
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