White Rhino (Green House Seeds)

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A powerful medicinal strain, it is good for pain, insomnia and depression. A knock-out effect when overindulged. Can only be grown outdoors in temperate climates.

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Mostly indica
THC: 20,19% CBD: 0,11%

Indoor

  • Flowering Time: 58-66 days
  • Yield: A little above average
  • Height: Medium/Tall
  • Outdoor

  • Harvest Time: Early October
  • Height: Up to 7'
  • Seed Type: Feminized Only
    Growing:

    A very beautiful, compact, crystal-white plant for indoor cultivation, it can produce commercial harvests in SOG setups. The canopy can be very dense requiring some pruning and defoliation. White Rhino requires constant care and is not suitable for beginners. Some phenos are bad - sickly plants that have too leafy and airy buds and aren't resinous or potent.

    Effect:

    A powerful, long lasting stone, it is usually a creeper and so can trick you into overindulging. The effects are not only in the body but in the head, too. An excellent medicine for pain and insomnia. A Cannabis Cup winner.

    Good for:

    Medical users can smoke some rhino and remain functional throughout the day. If consumed in larger doses it is definetly a night time smoke. When overindulged it'll make you sleepy.

    Flavor:

    Too pleasant for such a strong strain. You can get carried away and overindulge. The hints of pepper and anise compliment more generic weed flavor. It gets only better with prolonged cure and so does the high.

    Description

    Genetics: Afghan, Brazilian and South Indian.

    Effect: very famous for its medicinal properties, strong sedative effect. Almost narcotic.
    Flowering indoor: 9 weeks will guarantee rock-hard tops and extra sweet taste with a yield up to 900 gr/sqm.
    Flowering outdoor: ready at the beginning of October in the Northern hemisphere and in April in the Southern one.
    Massive yield: up to 1200 gr/plant.

    THC: 11% CBD: 1.6% CBN: 0.5%

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