A wonderful type of Indica cannabis is White Rhino, with only a 10% Sativa. It is easy to identify due to the unique look of it. The leaves are dark and light green but they are similar in design to a short, bushy pine tree! The nugs are very pretty, featuring white and silver coloring. The parents of this product are Afghan and Brazilian. You won’t need too many of these plants as each of them offers a high level of resin for harvest.
Depending on the quality of the product or the seeds, you can anticipate between 14% and 20% THC with White Rhino. It offers a high that comes on very fast and it will hit like a truck! The high is going to last for hours. This isn’t a good product for beginners to use as a high that comes on like that can be scary for someone who doesn’t know what to expect. Most people feel very relaxed and have a great mood under the influence of it. Some common side effects include dry mouth and dry eyes. Some people experience paranoia when they use it.
Up to 23 %
|Indica / Sativa||
Indica 60%, Sativa 40%
Indoor / Outdoor
Up to 400 gram / 14.1 ounces per sq meter
Up to 550 gram / 19.4 ounces per sq meter
Up to 70 cm / 27.6 inch
Up to 100 cm / 39.4 inch
2 times a year
Easy / Moderate
Not everyone is a fan of the smell and taste of White Rhino. It features a bitter and Earth like taste. The smell is like pine and a sweet mixed together. The overall scent of it is very powerful, and that can be a turnoff to some users. Others will tell you they aren’t a fan of the smell and taste but they love the buzz from this strain of cannabis so they will continue to use it.
There is no shortage to the list of reasons why people use White Rhino. It can offer a great deal of relief to those with various medical concerns. Such uses include:
It isn’t difficult to grow White Rhino, making it a great choice for someone new to growing their own cannabis. These plants seem to be able to thrive without too much attention and in a wide variety of conditions. You won’t need specific soil, water amounts, or sunlight amounts for them to grow successfully. They will be about 5 feet tall when it is time to harvest. If you grow them outside, do so in October with the cooler temperatures. It takes between 8 and 10 weeks for the plants to be fully mature.