Traveling with Your CBD
Can you travel with your CBD across state lines? Within the United States, the short answer is "yes." Hemp-derived CBD oils became legal at the federal level in 2018. Although it is wise to note that not all state laws are the same. For a State-by-State review of CBD laws, we found this guide helpful. While researching "traveling with your CBD," we found this excellent explanation on an international travel site:
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…..You can tell the difference between the two types of CBD oil by reading the product's label and identifying the amount of THC in it. Only hemp-derived CBD oils (with THC levels below 0.3 percent) are legal to fly with or be taken across state borders in the U.S.—SmartTravel.comTSA does not explicitly look for CBD products in your carry-on bag or your checked luggage. If they find a product that appears to be high in THC levels, they will contact law enforcement. At this time, we do not advise international travel with any cannabis-related products. This includes marijuana or hemp products. International travel is still risky, as some countries have strict regulations. So, it is best to keep your Purity CBD products for domestic travel at this time.