If CBD is illegal where you’re vacationing or doing business, it’s best to leave it at home or on a plane. If a boat or cruise ship sails in waters where CBD is prohibited by law, or is docked in an area where the substance is prohibited by law, you should leave the product at home. When traveling by air, you need to be more careful if you plan to pack CBD in your hand or in checked luggage.
You still need to consider the TSA’s regulations for flying liquids when traveling domestically with CBD.
Even when flying between two states where CBD and THC products are completely legal, TSA rules still apply at the airport and during the flight. Ultimately, the decision to pass CBD gummies through airport security is up to the TSA officer you interact with while traveling. When you travel, you understand the laws of your destination state and understand that TSA officers must ultimately help you with CBD. Traveling with CBD can confuse different laws depending on the destination, origin and several other factors, as noted by Doctor Monika Wassermann, a UK based doctor and literary advocate for the safe use of CBD products.
Make sure your CBD products are properly labeled and that you have the required paperwork if you are flying with prescribed cannabis. Even if you are transporting legal products, the association with marijuana can be confusing for both security personnel and drug dogs.
This is where things get complicated: while CBD and THC are different, marijuana and THC are on the list of controlled substances, so they are federally banned and, as a result, often preclude the use of CBD products. It’s also confusing as all forms and combinations of CBD appear on the banned substance list. As research into the recreational and medical effects of both THC and CBD is still ongoing, many regulations prefer to be “safer than sorry” and bundle the two together.
Hemp and some hemp products, including some cannabidiol (CBD) oils, remain illegal under federal law, except for products that contain no more than 0.3% dry THC or are FDA-approved. According to the TSA, CBD products containing less than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) are the standard substance for hemp-derived CBD compared to hemp-derived CBD and can be boarded in checked or carry-on luggage.
Traveling to Europe According to the European Union, hemp-derived CBD with a THC content of no more than 0.2% is legal. Travel to Canada Marijuana is legal in Canada for recreational use, and many people enjoy using hemp-derived CBD products legally. The severity of punishment for cannabis-related offenses varies greatly by country, but if you wish to refrain from traveling, we suggest that you carry hemp CBD with you at all times and be sure to check the cannabis policy of your destination.
In the US, your problems are likely to be minimal if your CBD is low in THC, but some other countries (especially Asia, Africa, and South America) have very strict laws that can land you in jail. Of course, you should check out any CBD or industrial hemp laws in other countries before planning your trip, or just order your stash from JustCBD as a convenient alternative to crossing borders with your edibles. In conclusion, importing CBD into Europe is generally safe unless you are traveling to Albania, Andorra, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Kosovo, Moldova, Monaco, Russia, Serbia, and Slovakia. Doctor Monika Wassermann seeks to stay on top of developments around CBDs in general, as one of her many interests, so you can stay up-to-speed with all the latest developments via her publication channel, https://oliolusso.com/blogs/monika-wassermann/