Blue Rhino
Blue Rhino is a powerful cross of Blueberry and White Rhino that incorporates a unique fruity scent mixed with some skunky harshness. This plant may be of special interest to growers for its large plants, which will get to their many impressive size once grown outside. Users like this strain of cannabis for its sensible mix of head and body effects, making it an alternative for staying focused or wanting to relax, depending on your needs.

Strain Flavor

When smoked or converted into an edible form, the flavor of the Blue Rhino strain is best described as Blueberry, Earthy, and Berry.


Blue Rhino Strain Medicinal Benefits and Side Effects

Relaxed 99.4% of users reported feeling relaxed.
Uplifted 82.57% of users reported feeling uplifted.
Focused 78.84% of users reported feeling focused.
Lack of Appetite 74.9% indicated a decrease in appetite.
Euphoria 79.65% of users reported feelings of happiness.
Anti-Depressant 81.08% of users felt uplifted after consumption.
Pain Reduction 99.52% of users noticed a reduction in pain.
Stressed 86.12% of users reported reduced stress.
Dry Mouth 23.98% of users reported a dry mouth.
Dry Eyes 15.2% of users reported dry eyes.
Dizziness 7.29% of users reported feeling dizziness.
Headaches 99.46% of users reported headaches.
Nausea 65.53% of users reported feeling nauseous.
Tingly 56.63% of users reported feeling tingly.

Where to get Blue Rhino Seeds

Below you can find a list of strains that are parents and predecessors which led to the medicinal effects and properties of the Blue Rhino cannabis strain. It was through the breeding of these strains which led to the production of Blue Rhino marijuana seeds, while attempting to cultivate their combined effects and therapeutic properties.



Blueberry Strain Information
White Rhino Strain Information

Ancestry and DNA - Children of the Blue Rhino Strain

Below you can find a list of strains which were bred from Blue Rhino in an attempt to leverge it's medicinal properties and growing attributes.



Blue Kripple Strain Information