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Traveling with CBD: The Ultimate Guide
With the world slowly reopening, traveling is at the forefront of many peoples’ minds. Travel days can always be stressful. However, traveling post-pandemic will see surges of crowds. It can also cause mental unrest due to the unknowns of traveling after a pandemic.
Millions of people use CBD to help manage their stress naturally. While traveling with CBD is legal in the United States, it might not be in other countries. Here is a world guide of CBD policies while traveling abroad.
Can You Travel with CBD Oil?
If you are traveling to and within the United States, you can legally travel with CBD products. These products must have 0.3% THC or less in them. Otherwise, they will be federally illegal.
You can bring CBD oil in a carry-on, as long as it is fewer than 3.4 ounces. It must be in a quart-sized bag with all other liquid products to go through TSA.
Traveling internationally with CBD oil might be legal. It depends on the country’s restrictions. Let’s take a look at some of the top international destinations and their CBD restrictions.
Can You Travel with CBD Oil in Canada and Mexico?
You can travel anywhere in North America with CBD legally. Like the United States, Canada has a 0.3% THC threshold.
Mexico wasn’t as quick to legalize CBD and still has a 0.2% THC limit. Read your labels before traveling with CBD oil to Mexico.
Can You Travel with CBD Oil to the Caribbean?
There are many stereotypes about cannabis and the Caribbean. These prejudices are misguided because much of Central American prohibits CBD oil.
All cannabis is legal in Jamaica. Costa Rica allows CBD oil with 0.2% THC or less, while Panama allows CBD with a prescription.