About Red Rhino
Red Rhino is a hybrid, slightly offset towards Sativa (60/40). It results from a cross between Red Dragon and White Widow. This gives Red Rhino a genetic lineage that includes resinous landrace strains from Southern India as well as Himalayan Kush. That fearsome-sounding upbringing creates a strain that is surprisingly giggly and mellow, with a THC level topping out at 18% and a host of happiness- and hunger-inducing effects. Continue reading to learn more about what to expect from Red Rhino, from your first toke to your last.
Red Rhino’s buds grow in dense green clumps like packs of grapes, with golden tones splashed throughout under its vibrant crimson pistils. Its numerous trichomes, which it gets from White Widow, a notoriously resinous strain, are fat and amber, almost gold in color. The strain flowers in around 60 days on average and has an average growing difficulty.
The strain’s flavor profile will become apparent from its earthy, herbal aroma as you take the nugs apart. The strain is earthy and spicy with the unmistakable flavor of mint rising to the top. It also has an undertone of sweet fruit, which users describe as a mix between cherry and blueberry, hiding under the earthy aftertaste.
The strain’s effects start to kick in and relax you pretty quickly. Red Rhino is a laid-back strain, one that helps you be social and give up focusing for a while. Those that want to trade work for bliss can find a lot to enjoy in a Red Rhino high, which is euphoric, uplifting, and more than a little tingly as it travels throughout your body. The strain’s sensations start behind your head and push forward to the space behind your eyes, robbing you of stress and focus. The strain has the power to sedate its users, particularly if they aren’t used to it, and this makes it an ideal strain for late-evening get-togethers where you want to socialize without moving. Giggling is the main side effect reported.
Due to these effects, Red Rhino can help manage a headache and make you feel less stressed, depressed, or in pain. Its hunger-inducing effects can distract you from feeling nauseated, especially at night. Insomniacs enjoy the strain because its effects can add up to a good night’s sleep. At the same time, it’s a sociable, giggly strain too, so it fits into more than one occasion. Red Rhino is all about enjoying yourself.