White Rhino

The information presented on this page is intended solely for descriptive purposes and should not be considered a review or medical advice. The actual effects of the cannabis strain may vary. It is important to use marijuana responsibly. We recommend that you consult a healthcare professional before adding cannabis to your health regimen.

Quick info

Distinctive terpenes
Myrcene, caryophyllene, limonene
Helps with
Stress, pain, anxiety
Ease of growing
When to use






Very High
Sativa Indica

Effects & Usage



White Rhino, a potent offspring of White Widow and some unknown Indica varieties, brings about profound relaxation and symptom relief. Its high THC content – averaging 20-25% – ensures a robust body-centric experience.


The onset of White Rhino’s effects is noted for quick lifting moods before easing users into a peaceful slumber. The experience is portrayed by a happy euphoria that transitions into complete relaxation. The cultivar does justice to its Indica family, making an excellent alternative to other big hits like Northern Lights or Granddaddy Purple.

Often resulting in heavy-handed body high, it is a good choice for those looking to unwind after a long day. It is recommended for nighttime use due to its intensely calming effects that can lead to sleepiness.


White Rhino is often the go-to strain for alleviating chronic pain, stress, and insomnia. The full-bodied relaxation it provides can be a boon for medical cannabis patients seeking a natural alternative for symptom management.

Side effects

This strain’s potency means it can bring about dizziness if consumed in large amounts, with dry mouth being the most common side effect. As with many THC-rich strains, those with lower tolerance should exercise caution.

Taste & Smell


White Rhino’s olfactory signature is a robust tapestry of earthy and woody scents, a legacy of its White Widow lineage. Its fragrance is a heady mix of sharp, spicy undertones with a rich, hash-like quality that envelops the senses. These potent aromas hint at the strain’s profound effects even before consumption.

As for the looks, bright green buds with a thick layer of white trichomes reflect its iconic status.



White Rhino’s heritage is rooted in a blend of genetics tracking to Afghanistan, Brazil, and India, contributing to its robust nature and heavy resin production. Some can argue that it has genes of several landrace strains.

It’s designed to maximise the yield and potency of its famous ancestor, White Widow, and does so with a remarkable display of dense, resin-rich buds. The other traits come from unknown strains.

Growing conditions

This strain is suitable for indoor and outdoor growth, with a flowering time of about 45 to 60 days.

White Rhino plants remain relatively compact during flowering, making them ideal for growers with space constraints.

Given optimal conditions, expert cultivators can yield up to 800 grams per plant.