White Rhino is a well-respected strain boasting of parentage from the regions of India, Afghanistan, and Brazil. Taking the greatest qualities of each parent strain, weed grown from White Rhino seeds delivers a relaxing high, perfect for those feeling stressed out.
|Plant type||80% Indica 20% Sativa|
|THC||Up to 20%|
|Yields||14 to 17 oz per 3x3ft|
|Taste & Smell||Earthy | Sweet | Woody|
|Effects||Happy | Relaxed|
This indica dominant is a hybrid superstar and a child of the infamous White Widow and North American strains. It’s a quality breed of Green House Seeds and is one of the maker’s top-shelf plants. White Rhino also contains a whopping 20% THC. So, it really gets you high.
White Rhino Strain Origin
White Rhino got its name from the upper part of the plant that looks similar to the horns of a rhinoceros. The strain originated from south India, Afghanistan, and Brazil, and was developed in weed-loving Amsterdam. It was bred by Green House Seed and is related to another common cannabis strain known as White Widow.
Although the precise genetics are unknown, White Rhino is believed to be hybrid resulting from a cross of White Widow with a North American indica. The strain took the best of both parents, producing both high-quality buds and massive yield. The THC content is 20%, making it one of the most potent common strains of cannabis for both medicinal and recreational uses.
Growing White Rhino Feminized Seeds
These are feminized seeds. Female plants, contrary to male plants, are the ones that actually produce weed. They start flowering when they receive less light per day, i.e. in the Fall or when you manipulate the light cycle indoors.
We advise also reading our germination instructions for guaranteed results.
White Rhino Plants & Preferred Climate
Cultivating this weed is easy as it performs well in both soil and hydroponic media, although soil makes its flavor more prominent. The strain yields generously and can be grown in almost any environment, making it a preference among both savvy and amateur weed growers.
Feeding White Rhino
Visit our nutrient section to get the right plant food for every grow stage.
We recommend giving your plants:
- Marijuana Fertilizer – for optimal growth
- Plant Protector – for the best protection
Flowering & Yield
When grown indoors, the average size plants take about 8-10 weeks to flower and be ready for harvest. Indoor cultivators can expect yields of about 14 ounces of usable cannabis per 3-foot growing space.
Growing White Rhino outdoors requires a damp, yet definitely not too wet, climate. By early October, the strain will be fully-flowered and ready for harvest. You can expect cannabis crop to yield up to 17 ounces of usable bud per plant.
Experiencing The White Rhino Strain
If trying the strain for the first time, try not to rush the dose since it may take some time for the full effect of the euphoria to kick in. When it does, you’ll feel high with a mind-lifting and body-numbing sensation.
Your head will feel a little rush, become clearer, then a soothing feeling will hit you from head to toe. In some users, it may induce laziness or fatigue, which is a plus for those who are antsy and need to calm down. It’s also an excellent tranquilizer and relaxant in cases of agitation or anxiety.
White Rhino hits you hard and will keep you elated and confident all day while helping you combat depression and other stress disorders. Since it is an indica-dominant strain, it tends to make you drowsy, and sometimes, even sleepy. However, that makes it a great strain to use in the evening because it can really knock you out for the night. White Rhino can be useful if you are trying to treat insomnia or various other sleeping disorders.
The interesting fact about White Rhino, aside from being a potent medical strain, is that there are only a few side effects. Adverse effects of this strain are commonly associated with overuse and include dry red eyes, dry mouth (cotton mouth) and headache. Drinking plenty of water, juices and other liquids will help with the dehydration and dry mouth.
White Rhino Taste & Smell
White Rhino’s aroma is so strong and sweet, it almost pierces the nose. The scent is recognized instantly by fans of this popular 100% pure indica strain, even from very far away. It reminds users of the woodsy areas of the world where you’d find sweet, fresh produce growing. This strain’s smell is earthy and pungent, yet unique to any other bud on the market.
Not only is this cannabis plant fragrant, but it also tastes outdoorsy too. You’ll detect a piney flavor, combined with a creamy taste. Prepare your taste buds for the wake-up call of the perfect combination of spicy, woody, sweet undertones, which will linger on your palette for a while.
Uses for White Rhino
Due to the high THC content of this strain, many dispensaries recommend it for treating different types of conditions and aches. When used moderately, even an inexperienced medical cannabis user can experience the smooth effects of White Rhino.
The numbing and painkilling effects of this weed variety make it highly useful for patients suffering from chronic or minor body aches, by providing long-lasting relief. It can also provide substantial relief for joint pains, menstrual cramps, nausea, migraines, and muscle spasms.
White Rhino can also be used treat depression due to its strong mind-lifting properties. It helps adjust mood disorders by inducing happiness and good thoughts. Insomniacs can also benefit from the sedating power of the White Rhino, which will help then get a good night rest.
This strain is also an appetite-inducer, useful for cancer patients whose appetites have been affected by treatments like radiology and chemotherapy. These harsh cancer treatments often lead to chronic nausea and appetite loss. This cannabis strain fights that nausea by causing “the munchies” so the patient can eat healthy meals for better healing.
White Rhino is both an effective painkiller and stress-reliever. These are just some of the conditions it helps to relieve, at-a-glance:
- Minor body aches
- Major body aches
- Muscle spasms
- Joint pains
- Menstrual cramps
- Loss of appetite