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A sebsi or sibsi (Arabic: سبسي) (plural: sbasa) is a traditional Moroccan pipe with an extremely narrow clay bowl called a skuff (or shkaff), permitting low-temperature small servings of herbal cannabis or hashish. To this a hardwood stem is attached, which may be up to 46 cm (18 in) long. The Sebsi pipe originates from Morocco.
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