The type of CBD oil that’s derived from hemp oil is what’s legal at a federal level (as of the 2018 Farm Bill) and therefore allowed to be taken across state borders, and, yes, on flights. Other CBD oils, like the type that’s derived from marijuana, are still illegal in some states—so it’s not recommended to take those types across state borders.
Traveling with CBD Oil Outside of the U.S.
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Traveling with CBD Oil Domestically
National parks fall under federal regulation; you can have hemp-derived CBD oils in national parks but nothing more, regardless of the state’s law on other CBD and cannabis products.
For example, if you choose to travel with a bottle of CBD oil, you must make sure that its capacity does not exceed the authorized threshold, just like all the other liquids that you carry. Depending on the country, this capacity may vary. In any case, do not try to hide your CBD oil. Just put it with your other bottles, as a normal product, not as an illegal product.
For some people, flying is a source of stress, even a phobia that prevents them from traveling serenely. Taking CBD before you get on the plane can help you eliminate fears and apprehensions that don’t need to be there. Well known for its stress relieving properties, CBD will help you overcome your fear of flying for sure.
Although CBD is not considered a drug, it is important to take precautions before bringing it in your luggage. As a general rule, transporting CBD should not be a problem if it is still in an intact bag and you have a receipt to prove that it complies with current European laws.
What are the benefits of CBD on the plane?
If you suffer from anxiety, you know that being locked in a closed place for a few hours can easily trigger an anxiety attack. Of course, these attacks are completely beyond your control, and it’s not always easy to avoid them. In this case, taking CBD before flying can help you avoid the onset of these anxiety attacks.
If you are traveling in Europe and your products are in an intact bag that attests to its legality, transporting CBD should not be a problem. In fact, it is not a crime to transport or possess CBD products in Europe. Rather, the problem is getting through security checks with these products. For example, when you are still in the airport, you may very well come across a police dog who, unfortunately, does not know the difference between a hemp flower with or without THC. As a result, you may have to go through a more thorough police check, especially if you do not have a tax receipt. Even if you do not risk anything legally speaking, these controls could very well cause a delay and make you miss your plane..
To avoid anxiety attacks
If you want to travel to Europe with CBD legally, it is essential that you have a tax receipt and a certificate that proves the origin of the hemp. Without these papers, the authorities cannot know where the product comes from and what its active components are. Even if you think you’re doing the right thing by transporting a legal product, it’s this oversight that can cause you to lose time and lead to more thorough checks. Keep your products with the packaging, labels and receipt so that you have as much evidence as possible.
To avoid confusion, it is strongly discouraged to carry CBD flowers and resins on the plane. If you’re carrying oils, creams, or edibles, you’re not likely to have any problems at the airport security gates.