Just like its name suggests, Go Time is a cannabis strain that is very active. Leaning more on the sativa side than the indica side, Go Time was developed as a cross between JOG Kush and Norton, with a THC concentration that can fall between 18 percent and a whopping 32 percent.
As users might expect, Go Time doesn’t waste any time making itself known, starting off generally with a rush to the head and increased pulsations in the temples. Saliva might start to produce more heavily as users’ cognition starts to undergo some changes. Thoughts might start moving through the brain at a more rapid speed, allowing users to become fully immersed in their ideas (probably more so than usual!). Some find this means that they can accomplish a lot of tasks during the Go Time high, or tackle some creative brainstorming.
Go Time can produce some excess energy, so it might not be the best choice if physical relaxation is what you’re looking for. Medical marijuana users find that it can be effective at treating stress or depression, as well as issues like headaches or even nausea.