According to some studies, seeds of polyploid cannabis might be the next huge development in the field of hemp cultivation. Lately, this natural genetic mutation of marijuana has been getting more and more attention from scientists, and some experts in the field think that it’s going to be a burning issue in the field of genetic improvement of cannabis plants. Think about how much has changed in the world of marijuana strains in the last few decades: at first there only were normal cannabis seeds which could yield male or female plants, then growers started to select feminized seeds to produce plants with more profitable flowers, which are today’s farming standard. After a while auto flowering seeds came along to facilitate both indoor and outdoor growing at different latitudes. At the same time, researchers developed products rich in CBD with low percentages of THC in order to obtain flowers which could respect the maximum limits of tetrahydrocannabinol established by the law, and offer a high percentage of cannabinol as well. Some may not like it but this is the world of cannabis: an endless attempt to achieve the perfect strain, not with the creation of GMO plants, but through a more and more attentive selection of different cannabis strains to reach one’s production goals. Nowadays the focus is on polyploid cannabis which seems to have a great potential. This is a kind of cannabis already existing in nature which has a different set of chromosomes resulting from a natural mutation, and which can yield generous harvests as well as having strong effects.