10th Planet

The information presented on this page is intended solely for descriptive purposes and should not be considered a review or medical advice. The actual effects of the cannabis strain may vary. It is important to use marijuana responsibly. We recommend that you consult a healthcare professional before adding cannabis to your health regimen.

Quick info

Distinctive terpenes
Myrcene, caryophyllene, terpinolene
Helps with
Pain, depression, stress, insomnia
Ease of growing
When to use






Sativa Indica

Effects & Usage



Welcome to the cosmos of cannabis with the 10th Planet. This indica-leaning hybrid was proudly crafted by the skilled breeders at Ethos Genetics from the Planet of the Grapes and a Pluto cut of Quattro Kush. With a relatively high THC content of between 17 and 25%, it offers a journey of profound tranquillity and bliss as it transports you away from worldly concerns.


The 10th Planet demands respect due to its high THC content and powerful action. It might be slightly overpowering for beginners, but it rewards seasoned enthusiasts with a profoundly satisfying excursion out of this world. Initial feelings of euphoria and happiness are like a rocket launch, boosting your mood into the stratosphere. This is soon joined by a sense of relaxation, wrapping your body in comfort like a star blanket.

All tension in the body and mind dissipates, leaving you floating in space. Do not expect groundbreaking ideas or tackling your earthly problems while travelling to the 10th Planet – you will be too hazy and zoned out to care. However, it will be a perfect companion to a movie or a game night with friends – making you cheerful, social and giggly, cracking up at the silliest jokes. Prepare for so much fun filled with giggles and laughter that even your jaw might hurt.

If these effects appeal to you, you will likely enjoy the cheerfully named Laughing Buddha too. Be sure to browse our collection of cannabis cultivars to find more chuckle-inducing varieties.


The celestial journey to the 10th Planet can also have many health benefits. With the help of caryophyllene, it might be a great ally in battling all kinds of pain, from headaches and arthritis to conditions like chronic pain and fibromyalgia. Its relaxing and mood-uplifting properties may provide relief in dealing with symptoms of stress, depression and anxiety. Lastly, the 10th Planet can induce a peaceful slumber for those troubled by insomnia if used at night.

Side effects

Dry mouth and eyes frequently occur after boarding the 10th Planet. However, paranoia and dizziness have also been reported. As such, rookies and those sensitive to THC and mental health conditions should approach the strain cautiously, starting with small doses.

If consumed early in the day, the 10th Planet will likely induce sleepiness and grogginess, so it is best left for relaxed evenings.

Taste & Smell


Buds of the 10th Planet are chunky, dense and calyx-heavy, with barely visible leaves. They typically boast a bright green hue, complemented by a glistening trichome coating and bright orange hairs. The bud’s flavour and aroma offer an intriguing fusion of fruity sweetness with hints of grape and refreshing citrus inherited from Planet of the Grapes. These fruity notes, courtesy of terpinolene, harmoniously balance the pungent, skunky, and dank undertones derived from Quattro Kush. All of these notes are perfectly reflected in the strain’s taste.

Remember that it is a pungent strain, so you will need to take precautions not to disturb your neighbours.



The cosmic origins of the 10th Planet can be attributed to Ethos Genetics, a well-known American breeder celebrated for their many impressive creations, such as Lilac Diesel and Mandarin Cookies. To create the 10th Planet, these geniuses blended their two other celestial strains: the fruity Planet of the Grapes with a Pluto Cut of Quattro Kush, resulting in a tasty variety that genuinely feels out of this world.

Growing conditions

The 10th Planet is an adaptable strain suitable for growers with all experience levels. As a photoperiod variety, it grows best with specific light cycles, preferring 12 hours of light and 12 hours of darkness. Keep it in mind if you attempt to cultivate this plant outdoors. As for the climate, it will do best in a semi-humid, warm environment, so you may successfully grow it outdoors in Thailand.

The flowering period spans a relatively short time of around 8-9 weeks, and you can expect good yields of about 500 grams per square metre indoors and 400-600 grams per plant outdoors.