By: Stephanie M.
With a name like White Rhino, how could this strain be anything but a heavy hitter? This exotic hybrid is a child of White Widow and a combination of North American sativas.
Prepare for “Couch Potato Mode” to take into effect pronto after consuming White Rhino and its heavy personality.
White Rhino at a glance
- Mood Booster
- Chronic pain
What is White Rhino cannabis?
White Rhino is a rare, exotic strain that seems to be duplicated often due to its potency and easy growing process.
According to Way of Leaf, the White Rhino strain most definitely possesses White Widow as a parent strain. However, as far as pinpointing what blend of sativas this strain may contain, it’s origin remains a mystery.
The only thing that has been agreed upon is that the blend is a mix of North American strains of sativas and after indulging in White Rhino, you won’t care to know what hit you.
White Rhino review: Flavor, smell, appearance
The White Rhino strain is very intricate in its original form. It is a strain of zero secrets and means the ultimate business. An aesthetically pleasing strain that is overlooked because of its stench.
White Rhino, the bushy strain giving off more than the eye can see. This shortstop of a strain is best known for its thick, pointy hairs resembling that of a rhinoceros’ horn.
However, the hair thickness isn’t the only feature to be admired. White Rhino will present itself in evergreen
nuggets with burnt orange and white wisdom hairs. The stoutish strain possesses a bit of “Napoleon Complex” as its small, bushy appearance is sure to knock you off your boots.
White Rhino is a strain smelled many miles away. Its musky, unpleasant stench can be detected while still packaged. Giving off that of a fresh skunk spray that translates into a raw, earthy scent.
White Rhino is an ode to the natural whiffs of nature itself. While this strain is harsh in the smell department, it does soften up in regards to taste.
As far as taste buds are concerned, White Rhino is as loud in scent as it is woody in flavor. With an appetizer full of a bitter, earthy taste, one would not expect the dessert portion of this strain to be sweet.
Canna Connection suggests that while White Rhino has a bit of a harsh beginning, the aftertaste produces more of a sweet, fruity flavor. White Rhino, a strain of mystery and pleasant surprises.
Mind and body effects of White Rhino
White Rhino is the perfect strain to activate “Couch Potato Mode”. This hard hitting strain produces a body and head high of total relaxation.
As the high in the head grows calmer, the high of the body becomes lazy and somewhat sedated and sleepy.
Whereas moods are boosted with this strain, the desire to actually move and be productive are dismissed. White Rhino is a strain best enjoyed for quality reflection time.
Do keep in mind that cannabis consumption effects vary from person to person.
Possible medical benefits of White Rhino
As non-productive as White Rhino is in the effects department, it could not be farther from the positive benefits this strain has proved to provide. Robert Bergman of I Heart Growing Marijuana, states that “Doctors love to prescribe this strain to potentially help a variety of ailments and aches”.
The top aides White Rhino has to offer include fibromyalgia, fatigue, PTSD, chronic and physical muscle aches. While that is already quite the resume, the White Rhino strain is also known to help with insomnia, anxiety and stress.
It is basically a magical strain that takes place in that one spot you won’t want to move from.
Review of White Rhino side effects
There’s no escaping the “what goes up, must come down” side effects of the White Rhino strain. Initially there tends to be severe cottonmouth and super dry eyes.
However, if consumed excessively, there is also a chance the effects will develop into feelings of paranoia, headaches and dizziness, and an immensely numbing body high. For those who aren’t willing to develop a case of the spins, consume reasonably.
To sum it up: White Rhino review
All and all, White Rhino is a super strain of potency with a hard hit. This strain will make its presence known before it is seen. The head and body high will hit like nothing ever before. Vote White Rhino for couch president.
Is White Rhino a sativa or indica?
White Rhino is an indica dominant hybrid of 90% indica and 10% sativa.
Is White Rhino strain exotic?
Absolutely, in its original pure form, White Rhino is considered an exotic strain.
What is the White Rhino strain price?
Prices for this strain will vary from $31 an eighth of cannabis to $60 for a quarter and so on and so forth.
Stephanie M. is a writer who focuses on cannabis culture and lifestyle.