Sensimilla

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  1. Richi Richi

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    Sensimilla, or sensi, is the term for flowers produced from a female plant that has not been fertilized and does not contain seeds (literally ‘sin semilla’ translated from Spanish as ‘without seed’). Usually very potent marijuana as none of the buds have turned into seeds and lost their THC.
  2. Buzzby Buzzby

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    The correct spelling

    It's "sinsemilla", not "sensimilla". From the Spanish: "sin" = "without" "semilla" = "seeds"
  3. Alfjoint Alfjoint

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    Actually it's senseimilla.
    It's derived from the fact that only the japanese masters of kara-te were allowed to smoke the seedless marijuana.

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