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Blue Rhino

Blue Rhino

A strain that might just hit you as hard as a rhino


About Blue Rhino

Blue Rhino is an indica-dominant combination of White Rhino and Blueberry. It also has a child strain, Blue Kripple. The strain is almost balanced, with 55 percent indica.

Cannabinoid Content

This strain is extremely potent, topping 24 percent THC in some tests. Most of the time, however, it will be closer to 18 percent. The CBD content is small, around 2 percent. Even so, this is a strong CBD content given the strength of the THC potency.


Those who have used this strain describe its effect as hazy and relaxing, and it can make users feel talkative, friendly, and productive. Most users appreciate that this strain combines body and head effects in a nice balance. This allows it to be useful when relaxing, focusing, or completing other tasks based on your preferences.

The most common effects of Blue Rhino include relaxation, happiness, and euphoria. It is also common to feel uplifted when consuming this strain. Some people will also feel sleepy, although this is not always the case.

Right after consuming Blue Rhino, you will likely notice a strong euphoria. This will then transition into a powerful body buzz that may put you to sleep if you are not careful. If you can resist that sleepiness, you will be in for feelings of focus, clarity, and sharpness.

Users may find that this strain may relieve some symptoms of chronic pain conditions, insomnia, depression, anxiety, and migraines. It is also useful for relieving stress. Smoking Blue Rhino can also lead to hunger, helping those who suffer from a lack of appetite. Those who use it for pain relief may experience that lack of pain for hours on end, sometimes more than six hours.

Those who use Blue Rhino for medical relief appreciate the ability to get that relief and a light buzz while remaining focused, energetic, and creative. These users take advantage of Blue Rhino if they get stuck in a task or project. This can apply for both creative tasks and simple “projects” like gaining motivation to do the dishes or getting out of bed in the case of depression.

As is expected from a cannabis strain, Blue Rhino users may experience dry mouth or dry eyes. In rare cases, some consumers also notice headaches, dizziness, or paranoia, but these effects are significantly less common. Even the mildly annoying effects like dry eyes and cottonmouth, tend only to come when you use Blue Rhino in higher doses.


This strain's buds have a large, long, and fluffy structure, and their light sage colored leaves are dotted with peach-colored pistils and covered in a coating of sticky trichomes. The flowers of this cannabis strain are large, making it unique and adding to its attraction among growers. Those flowers get even more substantial when the plant is grown outdoors, something to keep in mind if you plan on cultivating Blue Rhino.

Flavor and Aroma

Blue Rhino offers a unique aroma that is fruity with a bit of skunky harshness. You will also notice hints of blueberry in the scent.

Smoking Blue Rhino will deliver a smooth smoke.

Other Information to Know

Those who prefer to use kief, or like to supplement their typical cannabis use with it will appreciate the extent to which Blue Rhino drops kief.

If you grow Blue Rhino, you will notice that the strain’s plants tend to be shorter and have one large central cola. If you produce it inside, expect it to flower in around 60 days. You will likely get about 600 grams for square meter, possibly less. If you grow it outside, expect it to do best in temperate climates and be ready for harvest in early October, with each plant producing around 500 grams.