Can I Fly With CBD?

Can I Fly With CBD?

Most people have traveled, and most have traveled by plane. I don't care who you are but the action of traveling and flying can be stressful on anybody. So the question is raised what if you're scared to fly? Can CBD help? In short, we believe so. But what are the implications of flying with CBD Oil?

Who would Use CBD when flying?

Some people traveling use CBD for the purpose of alleviating flying anxiety without the side effects of other medications. CBD has been shown to have positive effects on things like anxiety, minor heart palpitations, nausea, and a few others. It breaks down to the simple fear of flying, that is why so many people want to fly with CBD. 

Some other travelers might prefer to drink some alcoholic drinks in order to calm themselves, but a lot of people like the all natural method of taking CBD. Several scientific studies have shown that a huge benefit of CBD is that it produces anti-anxiety effects on users. 

Will I get stopped at security?

For a lot of people taking CBD for flying can calm nerves, but here is the kicker: Can you get through security with CBD Oil? Or better yet is CBD legal where I am flying too? Which is a very good question.

A few months ago a TSA spokesman gave a brief speech on flying with CBD products. "TSA screening procedures are governed by Federal Law and are designed to detect threats to aviation security." TSA officers do not specifically search for illegal substances. 

So, the TSA is not really searching for illegal substances, and their policy is to call local law enforcement agencies if they do feel something is violating the law. We recommend you look at the state or country in which your traveling to see if it violates any laws. Most of the time people are OK to fly with CBD.

What about THC Free CBD?

Of course, pure CBD is not classified in most places as an illegal substance - being that it is hemp. Pure CBD is the non-psychoactive part of the cannabis plant that is used for medicinal purposes and is federally legal - although the cannabis plant is not.

 

 


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