Sounds like, if I understand correctly, that you saw (and I think the presence of seeds backs up your worry) evidence of hermaphrodism in that plant and yanked it early. Then wispy, seeded, low potency and not yet dense buds fully accounted for.
So, if we can figure out why it hermied on your next grow that won’t be an issue and it can finish ripening.
Some things that can cause hemies unintentionally are:
-Genetics, is the cultivar naturally a hermaphrodite? Was it a “feminized” seed that was bred by finding hermaphrodite plants that only showed a minimum male stamen (the old fashioned, terrible way to make feminized seeds)?
-Heat stress, huge temp swings, too high or too low extremes of the temperature range can cause it, or;
-Light stress, if any light leaks in, too much ambient light etc. then that’s pretty well the easiest way to hermie a plant unintentionally.
Do you have a grow going now? Is there any way, if you do, to really be able to examine the space for even a pinpoint area of the plant getting light in the dark cycle light leak? Or just a diffuse light level maybe a bit brighter than a full moon (the limit of dark cycle light that won’t give you trouble is a full moon’s level of light). If while examining the area you REALLY need a light on to figure out what’s happening, you can use a green light source safely. Most green light is reflected by plants, hence why they look green (some green light is used, but a green light at night doesn’t cause issues with flowering so not a worry).
I think you’ll have a perfect grow if you can figure out which factors caused the hermie-ing. If you really aren’t sure, assume it’s genetics and grab some seeds from a known good breeder. In fact, from what I’ve seen this site’s seedbank has great genetics, so no need to go further than here if they have a cultivar you like.