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Flying with CBD Gummies: A Traveler’s Guide

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So, you are jet setting off and away! Whether you are on a long-awaited vacation to the beach, meeting up with friends in the city, or simply traveling for work, travel can be hard on you and your body. But it doesn’t have to be that way.

We’ve compiled a traveler’s guide for plane rides in this day and age, particularly if you are used to stress defining your travel experience. Many people think of their traveling days with anxiety, and if you’re not anxious already, you might be by the time you are reading this article. But do not fear! Our biggest tip for reducing anxiety, especially while traveling, is to keep your CBD Gummies close. Whether you dig the Original Gummies or you prefer the Vegan Gummies, these are great, safe, portable ways to help chill you out.

Here is your guide to flying with CBD.

Can I bring CBD Gummies on the Plane?

But you may be asking: what are the rules about traveling, specifically flying, with CBD Gummies? Is it illegal? Can I take them through TSA? What are the consequences for breaking the rules? Well, that is a complicated question, but it is not an impossible one to answer. With some discretion and research, you can decide if you should bring your CBD products with you in your carry on. Want to know the regulations? Keep reading!

What are the TSA Regulations?

TSA (Transportation Security Administration) has recently updated its regulations on Medical Marijuana products in checked bags and carry-ons to allow some products under specific conditions. The regulations are constantly evolving, so they may be different from the last time you checked. Here’s the official and most recent statement from the TSA website:

Marijuana and certain cannabis-infused products, including some Cannabidiol (CBD) oil, remain illegal under federal law except for products that contain no more than 0.3 percent THC on a dry weight basis or that are approved by FDA. (See the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, Pub. L. 115-334.)  TSA officers are required to report any suspected passengers in violation of law to local, state or federal authorities.

So, what exactly does that mean?

Okay, so what does this mean? ….

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