White Rhino Feminized Seeds
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What are the effects of the White Rhino strain?
With nuggets that look akin to the horn of a rhino, White Rhino is the cannabis equivalent of a nepo baby with one of the best-known cannabis strains, White Widow, as one of its two parents. Its other parent strain is an unknown indica from North America.
From experienced to amateur weed growers to total first-time newbies, White Rhino marijuana seeds can be easily cultivated to produce cannabis plants that contain an indica-to-sativa ratio of 80:20 and a THC level of 20%.
White Rhino is an exceptional strain that makes for the ultimate smooth and clean indica high that will creep up on you and gently trample all your worries and woes, leaving you in a tranquilized and euphorically happy state from the top of your head to the bottom of your feet.
Once this potent indica-dominant strain fully kicks in, its bliss-inducing effects combined with its calming effect will likely have your body and mind feeling completely relaxed and at ease.
It pretty much goes without saying that the White Rhino strain is not for wake-and-bakers, as its sedating properties will knock you over like a rhino, but without the physical pain that would come from being run over by an actual rhino.
However, before this indica-heavy hybrid strain has you sleeping peacefully dreaming of places far away, you can first expect a soothing period of just being able to fully enjoy and settle into its calming effects–provided you use this beautiful strain in moderation.
What are the medicinal properties of the White Rhino strain?
As a powerful indica with potent tranquilizing, bliss-inducing, and mind-calming effects, the White Rhino strain has also gained quite a following amongst patients and prescribers in the medical community.
It’s pretty much a no-brainer that this exceptional strain is something of a godsend for insomniacs. However, White Rhino is also often prescribed to medical users for its physically calming properties and mentally soothing effects.
For example, this euphoric and peace-imbuing indica is claimed to help in managing and potentially alleviating stress, negative thoughts and feelings that can leave one feeling unable to function, worried or paranoid, as well as symptoms commonly associated with other mood-related disorders.
In terms of the White Rhino strain’s analgesic effects, per some anecdotal evidence, it has gained a reputation for potentially providing relief for those suffering from a variety of ailments and conditions.
Lastly, this indica, which is known to stimulate the appetite, has been shown to be potentially helpful to patients who are struggling to eat due to undergoing the harsh chemical cancer treatments of chemotherapy and/or radiation.
What are the adverse effects of the White Rhino strain?
Despite being such a powerful indica, White Rhino doesn’t tend to come with a lot of negative side effects when used in moderation. In fact, its most common adverse effects are the ones that are pretty much par for the course with any cannabis strain–cottonmouth and dry eyes.
However, when used in excess or by one with a lower THC tolerance level, there have been some who have reported experiencing a mild headache or a titch of dizziness. On the even rarer occasion, a few users have said that using this strain has increased their already existing levels of paranoia. But again, all of these effects seem to mainly occur if one over-indulges in the mighty White Rhino strain.
What are White Rhino’s fragrance and flavor profiles?
White Rhino’s terpene profile
This smooth yet potent indica contains numerous terpenes, which are what give White Rhino its fragrance and incredible symphony of flavors. Its dominant terpenes is myrcene–followed by phellandrene, β-Pinene, caryophyllene, L-Limonene, and carene. (Each of which you can easily do as a search online to find out their specific traits. etc.)
The smell and taste of White Rhino
When it comes to fragrance, White Rhino is pretty much the embodiment of aromatic bliss with its distinct and pervasive pungent woody aroma that is both earthy and sweet–making it one of the most fragrant strains around.
Flavor wise, this indica-heavy strain is consistently described as being both creamy and piney. When combusted, users are in for a treat, as White Rhino’s smoke is exceptionally clean and smooth with a delightful blend of various tastes that include a fresh woody flavor with pleasant sweet and spicy notes to boot.
What do I need to do to have a successful cannabis cultivation journey with my White Rhino marijuana seeds?
Loved not just for its effects, aroma, and taste, low-maintenance White Rhino is also adored for providing a seamless cultivation experience to cultivators of all skill levels. Plus, since Growers Choice Seeds (GCS) only sells feminized cannabis seeds, which means cultivators have an almost-100% chance of ending up with all-female, bud-bearing plants.
As a strain that can be easily and successfully cultivated indoors and out, the main thing to remember no matter where you grow White Rhino is that it will need plenty of nitrogen and potassium, and you’ll want to top and prune it from time to time.
As for its exact needs outside, White Rhino plants need to be in a semi-humid environment where daytime temperatures consistently hover between 68-80 degrees Fahrenheit. Grown inside, this hybrid responds best to hydroponics, but can be cultivated in soil.
What do White Rhino plants look like?
As mentioned near the start, White Rhino got its name from its pointy leaves and buds that rather resemble the horns of a rhinoceros. Along with its horn-shaped formations, this strain matures into plants that are bushy and wide. In addition, White Rhino tends to be rather tall, which is unusual as indicas tend to be on the short side and sativas tend to be the tall growers.
In regards to this indica hybrid’s buds, they’re quite dense, which IS a very common indica structural trait, and are a sort of minty green with an abundance of white sugary-looking trichomes frosting their surface–all of which is beautifully contrasted by a swath of willowy orange pistils.
When to harvest your White Rhino cannabis plants?
Basically, White Rhino is the total package in every way: it’s easy to grow, it tastes and smells incredible, its effects are bar none, and it provides growers with exceptionally generous yields both indoors and out.
When cultivated inside, this near-pure indica usually starts to flower in 9-10 weeks, after which it should provide an impressive harvest of 750 grams per square meter.
Grown outside in Mother Nature, White Rhino usually renders a hugely impressive yield of 1,000 grams per plant after flowering sometime around the early part of October.
How do I procure White Rhino feminized cannabis seeds?
Obviously, Growers Choice is not the only seed bank in the entire world where you can purchase White Rhino feminized cannabis seeds. However, Growers Choice is considered to be one of the best options around. Not only do we have one of the top germination rate guarantees in the industry, but we also provide a guaranteed delivery service that includes speedy and discreet shipping, a free and highly informative blog, and an excellent customer service team.
Other marijuana strains that are similar to the White Rhino strain
1. White Widow: Not only is this one of the most famous and sought-after near-evenly-balanced cannabis strains that is also available in autoflowering form, it also happens to be a parent to White Rhino.
2. Romulan: This tranquilizing, mind-bending, pure indica is the offspring of the renowned White Rhino and an unknown North American indica.
3. Moby Dick: While this is an immensely potent sativa-dominant strain, the thing it has in common with White Rhino is that it also has White Widow as a parent strain.
4. Snow White: This indica-heavy hybrid with its surprisingly gentle mental and physical high that isn’t likely to leave you couch-locked, is another White Rhino sibling with White Widow as a parent strain.
5. Black Cherry Soda: This easy-to-grow, mentally stimulating, and energizing hybrid is on the opposite end of the sativa and indica spectrum of White Rhino with 80% sativa and 20% indica.