White Rhino Strain

White Rhino is another hybrid marijuana strain whose parentage remains somewhat of a mystery; while we know White Widow is its direct ancestor, we only know that the other strain was a North American Indica bred to produce this powerful Indica.

It is reported that it imported from cultivars in Afghanistan, Brazil and India. Even in this day and age of meticulous attention to detail, some strains seem to fall through the cracks. The White Rhino strain is a hybrid with strong Indica genetics coming in at 80% and 20% Sativa genetics, despite being sold as an Indica.

This means that a small amount of sativa effects will follow its hard-hitting Indica impact, providing a small cerebral high to complement your mellow body high.

The Experience

The White Rhino og high is known for its slight delay trigger, which gives the user the impression that their bud is faulty in some way. However, after a little while, the full impact will hit you hard. The first effects would be intense euphoria as well as a general numbness of the body, with a good head rush to go along with it.

This is accompanied by a pleasant sense of peace and tranquility, as well as an overpowering desire to take a short nap as the day winds down. White Rhino’s relaxation is radically different from that of most other indica strains.

While many strains give you a sense of calm and an overwhelming desire to watch your favorite TV show on repeat, White Rhino’s high has an introspective pull. However, by the end, tiredness normally wins out, making White Rhino an excellent choice for those who have trouble sleeping at night.

Because of these sedative effects, White Rhino weed is better held as an evening strain to avoid nodding off during the day. The mild tingling sensation brought on by the high will not only soothe and calm you, but will also leave you feeling strangely warmed and fulfilled.

Appearance and Flavor

The White Rhino weed strain got its name from its oddly pointy leaf and bud shapes, which resemble a rhinoceros horn protruding from the plant. Each of the plants grows bushy and large, as do most Indica hybrids, but they can also grow extremely tall.

The buds are light green in color, each having a layer of snowy white trichomes, giving them the appearance of being coated in sugar. Like its parent strain, White Widow, White Rhino has a strong earthy smell that is backed up by heavy wood notes like oak and maple.

When you first break open the bud, you might smell the peace and quiet of an old wooded area, as well as a sweet smell that reminds you of tree sap. Its flavor follows suit, with strong notes of wood and a sweet earthiness.

Medical Benefits

As a high-strength Indica hybrid, White Rhino cannabis is known to help treat mental illnesses very well. Excessive stress, anxiety, and depression are only a few of the symptoms that a variety of strains claim to be able to help with.

Because of its high THC level and content, the White Rhino strain is able to have a major impact on the CB1 receptor in the body’s endocannabinoid system. This makes it easier for the brain to get rid of negative thoughts and feelings and to make more serotonin and other good neurochemicals. White Rhino is also able to treat chronic pain stemming from many different conditions.

As its potent body high washes over you, prepare to experience a numbing sense of relaxation, both mentally and physically. Possibly the most common medicinal feature of white rhino is its ability to fight insomnia. Like many Indicas, White Rhino is great at making people fall asleep because of its hypnotic and couch-locking effects.


White Rhino plants are very popular amongst growers, given the high yields it can produce! It’s a great strain to grow hydroponically because it makes better use of space while still allowing you to create a high-nutrient environment.

You’ll want to give your White Rhino marijuana plant a lot of nitrogen and potassium at the beginning of its life and during its development cycle. To encourage lateral development, try to keep the plant adequately topped by snipping off the very top of the growth every now and then.

You may also try snipping away at some of the plant’s extraneous growths at the bottom, as they tend to yield inferior buds. Keep White Rhino at a comfortable temperature of 68–80 degrees Fahrenheit and a high humidity level, and you won’t have any trouble growing this classic Indica strain.

Make sure you give it plenty of food! After a nine-week flowering period, you can expect a whopping 31 ounces per square yard if grown indoors! If you decide to grow your White Rhino plants outdoors, you can expect to harvest about 40 ounces of potent buds per plant.