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THE NUG REPORT ~ Black Rhino Kush


Black Rhino Kush, as much as I can I guess, is a delicate blend of the herbs and spices Blackberry, OG Kush, and White Rhino, all delicious and powerful multi-hybrid strains themselves. That's just a guess though from sampling the herb and its name, though OG actually never comes up. I can't find any mention of this strain anywhere, it is a rarity.

This bud has a strong chocolate leather OG smell, with tones of dark fruit, citrus, grass, and black pepper. The berry smell is noticeable and makes for a very pleasant ingredient.  The name is kind of accurate as the buds, coming in clumpy nuggets of white THC-covered dark green and long hairs of such a dark red that they are nearly black, are also resilient and tough looking, but with fragile proportions, like a rare, endangered, beautiful Black Rhino. Whoa...

The effects are there too, felt in both body and head quite strongly. A big puff gives a powerful blast of tingles to the head which spread down the arms and eventually rest through the legs into your feet. Great medication for pain I feel. I went surfing after a huge doob of this stuff, and ended up ditching my longboard and just floating a while, the water feeling like liquid ecstasy as it washed over the cocoon of my wetsuit and I stared at the clouds. Freaky indeed, but it felt good. I don't seem to crash early on this herb either, it kept me active while maintaing its strong stone on me all day. Funny thing too, this Encino Man bought this at a medical collective in Mar Vista on 4:20. Yes, my new favorite co-op is in L.A.!


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