Can I Travel With CBD?

In the United States, it’s legal to travel with CBD products according to federal laws. Still, it’s not wise to travel with CBD when traveling through states where CBD products are regulated on a state level.

The Transportation Security Association (TSA) recently clarified its policies on flying with CBD products. You’re officially allowed to travel with CBD or hemp-derived products in your carry-on and checked baggage.

However, there are some contradictions here. Some state laws don’t allow people to own CBD products without a doctor’s prescription. While the TSA (a federal agency) may allow CBD products on flights, local state laws may be contradictory.

International travel with CBD products is not recommended. The laws regulating CBD supplements are rapidly evolving. Some countries allow CBD products on flights; others continue to ban it. If you’re caught traveling with CBD through a country that doesn’t allow the supplement, you can face hefty fines, seizure, or denied entry to the country.

Keep your CBD products at home while traveling abroad.