Now that you know what kind of CBD gummies are ideal and how to check their quality, can you travel with your gummies?
To help ensure you are complying with federal and local laws, it helps to have an understanding of the differences between marijuana and hemp.
To confirm the quality and composition of your CBD gummies, you can usually request a CBD certificate of analysis (COA) from the manufacturer of your purchased product. A COA is an independent analysis of the product’s cannabinoids by an accredited laboratory to see if the product specifications are met.
Is CBD Legal?
According to the TSA guidelines, you can travel between states with products that contain no more than 0.3% THC, or with those that are approved by the FDA in your checked or carry-on bag. If your CBD gummies are made with hemp-derived CBD, it is likely that your gummies follow the TSA guidelines for your airport and domestic flight. For extra reassurance, you can bring a copy of the product’s COA and the most recent TSA guidelines to prove the legality of your gummies to the TSA agents at airport security.
The use of CBD products has become more culturally accepted and widespread, but there are still a lot of questions about the legality of CBD, especially as it relates to travel. Here’s the most current information so that you can travel with your CBD gummies without causing additional stress.
Outside of domestic air travel, traveling with CBD gummies may be a bit more difficult. Due to differences in international law, traveling with CBD derived from any source may not be legal. Local law enforcement in another country may classify even small amounts of CBD as an illegal substance. Possession of CBD products could be considered cross-border drug trafficking.
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If you have CBD products, find the product’s certificate of analysis, or CoA.
Another option is to shop online or at a store before the trip, then ship the CBD to your destination, Avetisyan says.
At the Airport
But many also wonder: Will my CBD get past the Transportation Security Administration (TSA)?
Gary Avetisyan, co-owner, Topikal CBD, Los Angeles.
Nov. 26, 2019 — Many air travelers who struggle with anxiety and jet lag have turned to CBD as a remedy, even as researchers are still investigating whether it works. Other travelers like to tote along CBD in skin care or beauty products.