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Education is important to us.

We have dedicated our day to day interactions with customers to assure they leave with two things, knowledge on the product they purchased and comfort knowing it is sourced from somewhere they can trust. For too long now, there has been a stigma attached to to the cannabis plant due to a misunderstanding of its uses and benefits to both humans and animals. At Alamo Botanicals we are passionate about educating people with truth about Hemp and CBD in our stores, online, and through our many partners/physicians.

Those who visit our stores are guided by a Certified CBD Specialist to help them find the product that fits their lifestyle best as well as information on how to use it properly. Every day we meet new people who first visit us with zero knowledge about CBD and walk out with enough information to start sharing with their friends and family. Recommendations through word of mouth is how we’ve continued to reach new people and introduce them to alternative methods to achieve a better quality of life.

We commit ourselves to knowing exactly what goes into our products and testing every batch to ensure quality and gain trust through transparency. We provide lab results also known as a Certificate of Analysis (COA) with every product. As the Hemp industry rapidly evolves, we hope you are able find comfort knowing we will always communicate new laws and regulations in an effort to keep you safe and up to date on the latest industry news.

On this page of our site you can read through educational articles related to Hemp and CBD from non bias sources that are reputable across the Hemp community. We appreciate you taking the time to educate yourself and most importantly spreading your knowledge with those you care about. Together we are ending the stigma.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the primary benefits of using plant medicine?

Plant medicine may offer many potential benefits, including:

  • Reduced stress and anxiety
  • Improved sleep quality
  • Immune system support
  • Reduced inflammation
  • Improved cognitive function
  • Chronic pain relief
  • Improved mental health and more.
What is the best way to consume plant medicine?

Plant medicine can be taken in a wide variety of ways so finding the best option for each person may involve trying different methods and finding what best suits your needs.

Some of the most common methods are:

Orally, in the form of tinctures, capsules, tablets, edibles, or beverages.

Topically, in the form of creams, ointments, or balms.

Inhaled, in the form of smoke, vapor, or steam.

Do I need a medical card or prescription to buy Cannabis products?

No prescription is required to purchase the products we offer provided you are of legal age (21).

All the products we offer are compliant with federal regulations under the 2018 Farm Bill.

What is the difference between Isolate, Broad Spectrum and Full-Spectrum Cannabis Products?

CBD isolate products contain cannabidiol (CBD) only and all the other cannabinoids that naturally occur in the Cannabis plant have been removed in the process of making from that product.

Broad Spectrum products contain a wide range of cannabinoids including CBD, CBG, CBN and CBC but do not contain THC.

Full-Spectrum products use the whole plant including THC. In general, Full Spectrum products contain a small amount of THC (<0.3 %). Full Spectrum products are often chosen to help balance mood, improve appetite, reduce pain and inflammation.

How do I find the right method and dose?

It is not a one size fits all when it comes to plant medicine. It is best to start low and go slow when beginning a new product or intake method. Most plant medicine is an adaptogen so absorption and  effects may occur at different lengths of time depending on a variety of biological factors.

If you have any questions about how plant medicine will interact with your medications or health conditions, talk to your healthcare provider.

How should I store plant medicine?

Plant medicine should be stored in a cool, dry place, away from light and heat.

Some plant medicines will need to be refrigerated. Be sure to read the storage instructions on the product label.

What is the difference between products labeled Indica, Sativa and Hybrid?

The classification terms are common categories used to describe the potential effects of a specific Cannabis stains.

Indica strains are expected to give a more relaxing body effect and may be a good choice for those looking for improved sleep and anxiety relief.

Sativa strains are known for their energizing and uplifting effects and may contribute more to a creative or functional experience.

A Hybrid strain may offer a combination of effects and is popular among many consumers who are looking for a balanced head and body experience.

What is Microdosing and what are the benefits?

Microdosing is the practice of consuming very small amounts of specific plant medicine throughout a given time period, often several days in a row and then a few days without consumption to allow for greater absorption without building a tolerance.

Cannabis and Mushrooms products are a popular choice for this dosing method. The purpose of Microdosing is medicinal and the benefits can be subtle but with the right dose and routine, can gradually accumulate to a significant transformation.

Some potential benefits include:

Enhanced Focus, mental clarity, and improved concentration

Reduced Anxiety and Depression with a potential to be used in PTSD treatments.

Improved energy levels and alertness

Increased awareness, mindfulness, and a greater openness to new experiences.

Can I travel with Cannabis products?

In general, it is unproblematic to travel within the U.S with hemp derived cannabinoids as they are legal to purchase and possess in all 50 states and hemp derived products were removed from the Controlled Substance Act in 2018. It is important to note however that state to state law may change or be clarified over time so it’s a good idea to do research about state laws prior to traveling.

When traveling with Cannabis it’s a good idea to keep products in their original packing with labels that clearly display their contents in case there are any questions about its origin.

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