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What Is Sinsemilla And What Does It Mean In The Cannabis Industry?

By Terry Hacienda, The Fresh Toast on

Published in Cannabis Daily

It is neither a Sativa, Indica, or hybrid. The only aspect that counts when a plant is being termed a sinsemilla is that it must be feminized and unpollinated.

Times have truly changed. In the 1970s almost every cannabis farmer, as well as users, could explain something about sinsemilla.

Now, less than a quarter of cannabis consumers worldwide can give a direct answer to this question, most especially the current generation of users. They have most likely not heard the word before.

Most times, the few that have an answer say “sinsemilla is a strain of cannabis,” but they’re wrong. Sinsemilla defined Sinsemilla, abbreviated sensi, is the fusion of duo Spanish terms sin and semilla which means without and seeds, respectively.

Simply put, sinsemilla means the absence of seeds.

Sinsemilla is a seedless cannabis flower obtained from unfertilized feminine plants. It’s also the most potent form of marijuana, because it possesses a very high concentration of THC.

 

It is neither a Sativa, Indica, or hybrid. The only aspect that counts when a plant is being termed a sinsemilla is that it must be feminized and unpollinated.

Current cannabis users do not realize how lucky they are to be born when marijuana is being legalized for both recreational and medical uses in different countries worldwide. The legalization of weed has made only premium products available in markets. Dispensaries in these countries sell only the best sinsemilla cannabis.

In the past choices revolved around buying either seedless cannabis which was more expensive and rare, than buying cannabis with seeds. Now, the only struggle is buying the sinsemilla weed with the right flavor and aroma suitable to the user.

You can hardly hear anyone around calling the seedless cannabis ‘sinsemilla’ because it is the norm now. It is that potent— THC-filled— cannabis bud everyone smokes to get that extra intense feeling and effects that come with the “high.” History of sinsemilla Sinsemilla came into the spotlight during the 1970s when local production of marijuana started in the USA, although it has been around for several thousands of years before then.

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