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An Indica Dominant Hybrid Strain

Here comes a perfect storm of opposing qualities. The thunderous gallop is offset by a delightful air of calm. Blue Rhino embraces both, and is an indispensable bud for any indica-loving smoker out there. The ingenious crossing of the White Rhino and Blueberry strains has produced a bud that has nothing but joy and serenity to offer to any user. This rich parentage, combined with its 20% THC level and 2% CBD level rewards users with a wonderfully uplifting and thoroughly relaxing experience. Look into its eyes and this rhino will put you at ease.

Blue Rhino is especially fragrant. Notes of fruit and pepper are easily detected in its aroma, as well as a pungent and spicy scent that will delight. This strain tastes like fresh berries, most especially sweet wild blueberries.  Some skunk and spice can be tasted in the exhale, and a fruity and peppery aftertaste will leave you gasping for more.

The high from this majestic specimen will conquer any anxieties and stresses. From the off-set, be prepared to be mentally pampered to the degree of experiencing a euphoria that will have you floating with glee and giddiness. This blissful state of contentment will allow easy social interaction, brilliantly interesting conversations and a willingness and desire to get the creative juices flowing. While all these incredible senses are bombarding the psyche, a full-bodied relaxation also has money in the game. Starting from the eyes and continuing down throughout the entire body, a beautiful tingly feeling will spread, until you are wrapped in a blanket of pure mellowness. This bud has it all. Word to the wise – don’t over-indulge or couch-lock will be your master.

As a result of these effects and its THC and CBD levels, Blue Rhino is an ideal choice for the treatment of chronic pain, muscle spasms, stress, anxiety, depression and insomnia.

Blue Rhino seeds are available online and can be grown indoors and outdoors. When growing indoors, this plant will flower in 8 to 9 weeks. When growing outdoors, expect it to flower around the middle of October.

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