Leafwell’s Traveling with CBD oil
Quote: So, to break it down further and simplify it (and to reiterate the point): do not travel with any CBD product from a medical marijuana dispensary, even if it claims to have no THC in it. Do not ship it or post it across state lines. Do not get on a plane with it, and do not have it in the car with you. Do not have it on the train, coach or bus with you if you’re crossing state lines using public transport. However, if the product is hemp-based CBD and is from a relatively reliable company then you shouldn’t get arrested for it – such products are already legal to ship to all 50 states. If the CBD product you use requires a medical marijuana card (or even not, if it’s recreationally legal) to be bought legally in your state – no matter what form it’s in (tincture, topical, edible and so on), and claims to have no THC in it (which it probably will do, even in small amounts) – it’s illegal. Do not carry it with you over state lines.