The Ancient Indian Origins of the ‘Sinsemilla Technique’

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The article mentions that sinsemilla is ganja, and that ganja is in fact sinsemilla, which is "seedless or lightly seeded". Well, sinsemilla means : WITHOUT SEED. Literally.

So, whether you call it ganja, or sinsemilla, by the article's very own proverbial 'goalposts', how could it possibly mean 'lightly seeded'? The cannabis is either seeded or it is not seeded. There is no in between. The maturity of the seeds, nor the percentage of pollination has never been a qualifier in the definition.

It may seem like I'm nit-picking, but at the same time, it seems to me like so many of these articles are written for no other purpose than to try and show how ignorant the west is. Shocker (wow face)
 
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