Flying ✈ can be stressful. From arriving to the airport on time, to long security lines, to sitting next to someone with bad hygiene?, to in-flight turbulence?…it can be a bit much and induce travel-related anxiety. So CBD enthusiasts want to know…can you fly with CBD oil in the US?
Well, according to TSA’s May 2019 update, you CAN now fly with CBD oil in your carry-on or checked bag, as long as there’s less than 0.3% THC present in your product. All MotherMary products are below the 0.3% THC threshold as mandated by the Farm Bill and are allowed for air travel within the United States. This is excellent news for anyone using CBD as a therapeutic option for epilepsy, anxiety, chronic pain, and more. Because CBD is legal at the federal level, you can fly from state to state with it. As of now, cannabis high in THC over 0.3% is deemed marijuana and still federally illegal.
A word of caution: you cannot fly with CBD oil to many countries outside the US, including countries that have legalized cannabis of all forms (specifically Canada). Please make sure you check the legalities of each country you visit (not just if it’s legal to consume there but you also have to know if it’s legal to cross their border with it!).
In the US, however, you’re good to go! Get ready to fly with a feeling of peace and serenity thanks to CBD. I personally think it’s a much healthier choice than a Xanax or that in-flight shot of vodka. Safe travels!✈?