< 0.3% THC = HEMP for CBD
A common question that comes up is “Can I fly with CBD?” This is a simple but yet rather complex question to answer. TSA can be quite thorough and no one wants to get taken aside and searched. Noting TSA is an agency under the U.S. government, they comply laws under the United States. Now that the 2018 Farm Bill has passed, legalizing the sale of CBD as under .3% THC on a dry weight basis. (81 FR 53395)
3rd Party Tested To Ensure Safety
Meaning CBD with under 0.3% THC is not Marijuana. Thus, making all of products on our site federally legal in the United States. You can see our Hemp vs Marijuana article here to learn about the difference in the two cannabis plants. Even if you are skeptical on the .3% level, all our products are backed by 3rd party testing to ensure safe and legal amounts of cannabinoids. Not to forget to mention in all of our products we offer, they are tested for any kind of chemicals, metals, and solvents to ensure you are getting only the purest cannabis products!
Personal Experience Flying
Prior to writing the article was actually my first time on an airplane. I had terrible anxiety of flying. Traveling quite a bit, I had always just drove everywhere. Sometimes even very lengthy drives over 30 hours across country from Indiana. Finally, I conquered my fear of flying, but did so using the VIT4 1000mg CBD oil to relax and chill out my anxiety to fly. The whole drive to the airport was nerve racking and so was going through security for first time. I kept the CBD bottle in my carrier on and even used in line at TSA check in as well even once on the plane. Simply going through TSA was just putting all my contents in the bin and as it went through the X-Ray and I went through the metal detector to be reunited on the other side with my bottle. After the flight, I could not believe how smooth and not frightening the flight was opening the possibilities of future adventures.
Staying in The States vs. International
To be clear it is legal to bring on your carry on as long as complies with liquid being under 3.4 oz (100ml) for your carry-on luggage. Under Federal ruling your CBD oil is legal to bring aboard due to be derived from hemp and under the 0.3% threshold for THC. This is where we go back to this is an easy but complex question due to where you are going if internationally. Because hemp is sometimes confused with marijuana, there is still some stigma towards hemp-derived CBD. However, from a legal perspective, hemp-derived CBD is completely legal and possession should not cause any legal issues in most countries, so would recommend just doing your due diligence when traveling abroad to laws in country pertaining!