About Go Time
As its name might suggest, Go Time is a buzzy, active strain that leans more sativa than indica. This hybrid was developed by prolific breeders TGA Subcool Seeds a cross between Norton and JOG Kush (also known as Jesus OG) and is notable for its tangy, herbal flavor profile. Go Time’s THC content has been reported at between 18% and as high as 32%!
Flowers of Go Time stand out with their large size and elongated, roughly cylindrical shape. These columns of green maintain a dense, indica-like structure, with relatively small leaves that spiral tightly inward toward their central stems. The leaves themselves are a dark, mossy green and are beset with rust-colored pistils and sticky, icy-looking trichomes that account for the strain’s psychoactivity.
Go Time has a particularly complex aroma that is dominated by notes of earthy funk, similar to rotting leaves or wood. A second whiff may also pick up on some light hints of citrus as well. When the chunky flowers are broken up by hand or in a grinder, they release a rich, hashy odor. When Go Time is combusted in a pipe or a joint, it burns with a somewhat harsh smoke that may sting the palate and cause some watery eyes. On the exhale, this thick smoke mingles flavors of lemon and diesel.
True to its name, Go Time gets to work very quickly, granting users a head rush not long after they’ve finished coughing on its smoke. Some early signs of action include an increased pulse around the temples and a slight stimulation of the salivary glands. As consumers adjust to these odd sensations, though, they might notice that their cognitive processes have entered an elevated state. Ideas may jump from one to another thanks to a kind of associative, category-based thinking. Additionally, some concepts (or even objects) may seem more fascinating than they otherwise would, absorbing the consumer’s interest. Because of this intensely focused mindset, Go Time’s users may be enabled to get work done on detailed analytical tasks. The strain’s mental stimulation may also lift some creative inhibitions for those looking for inspiration. This bud’s tendency to turn up the volume on smokers’ thoughts may also have the effect of sparking lively conversation, whether you’re with friends or veritable acquaintances.
Go Time may also bring about a surge of physical energy that can be burnt off with active pursuits like exercising, hiking, or given the right conditions, sex. With a lower ratio of indica characteristics in it genetics, the strain doesn’t do much in the way of physical relaxation. As such, it may not do much for those looking to unwind at the end of a long day of work. Instead, Go Time’s upbeat, energetic vibe is a great way to give your mood and energy a boost. Its ongoing mental chatter can be instrumental in making boring tasks like cleaning or laundry slightly more tolerable. Because of this long-lasting animated state, Go Time is recommended for daytime consumption; it’s liable to keep smokers wired if consumed before bed.
Go Time’s energetic properties give it some uses for medical cannabis patients as well. It mood-boosting euphoria can temporarily soothe the difficult symptoms of mild to moderate stress and depression. Its constant cerebral stimulation, meanwhile, can be a study or working aid for those with attention deficit disorders. Physically, Go Time doesn’t have the same painkilling capabilities as some more indica-dominant or CBD-rich strains. Instead, count on this bud for relief from everyday inflammations like nausea and headaches. Because its heady, thoughtful mood can take a wrong turn into paranoia in the wrong circumstances, Go Time is not recommended for patients who are prone to panic or who have a low THC tolerance.
Fortunately for home growers, TGA Subcool has made seeds of Go Time available for sale online. The strain is said to be a forgiving and user-friendly grow for newcomers to cultivation and can thrive indoors or out. Indoors gardeners may want to occasionally “top” their crop by trimming away any broad, obstructive fan leaves. Go Time flowers within 9 to 10 weeks and at maturity offers an exceptionally high yield of flowers. As plants reach the flowering stage, growers may want to support branches with stakes in order to protect the dense, heavy colas.
A must-try for sativa lovers, Go Time provides enduring and uplifted energy. The strain may be particularly pungent, though, and those smoking in public should take any necessary precautions.