CBD Travel Guide: The Only Guide to Traveling with CBD Oil You’ll Ever Need
CBD is a natural and safe compound with many well-documented health benefits. According to a 2017 WHO’s report on cannabidiol, even doses as high as 1,500 mg CBD daily are well tolerated in humans.
While many places around the world consider cannabis an illicit substance, CBD is legal in most countries. However, because CBD is extracted from the cannabis plant — and there are more than one species in this family — its legality isn’t unconditional everywhere.
The above situation complicates many areas of using CBD, from possession to buying to travelling with your CBD products around the world.
If you have an adventurer’s soul but don’t want to mess with the local law, we’ve put together a comprehensive guide on traveling with CBD in virtually every corner of the globe.
Let’s start with the basics.
A Primer on Traveling with CBD
Millions of people take the highways and skyways for holiday travel. CBD is all the rage right now, so it’s safe to assume that many of them will consider traveling with their CBD oil, capsules, or whatever form of cannabidiol they use.
The biggest misconception when it comes to taking CBD on the road?
“Since CBD is legal in my country, it doesn’t matter whether I’m traveling with it in a car, on a train, or on a plane.”
“CBD is CBD, so why bother?”
In order to understand why there’s so much confusion around the legal status of CBD around the world, it’s important to know the difference between its two sources — hemp and marijuana.
Differentiating Hemp and Marijuana
On a molecular level, CBD is CBD no matter the source. It’s the same compound with the same chemical structure and effects.
But when it comes to the effects and legality of different CBD products, the source becomes paramount.
Despite coming from the same plant family — Cannabis sativa L. — hemp and marijuana are two different plants.
For one, they have different cannabinoid profiles.
While marijuana boasts high concentrations of THC and usually low-to-high levels of CBD (depending on its genetics), hemp plants are rich in CBD and contain only trace amounts of THC (usually less than 0.3% per dry mass).
This means that while consuming marijuana and marijuana-infused products can give you psychoactive effects referred to as the “cannabis high,” hemp isn’t capable of such things due to its low THC content.
Because of that, governments around the world have different regulations for both plants.
Marijuana is legal only in Canada, Uruguay, and 11 US states as of this writing. Some countries have already decriminalized its possession and are striving for legalization.
Hemp, on the other hand, is legal in most places.
CBD products from hemp are usually labeled as “health supplements,” meaning that you can buy them over the counter. On top of that, hemp has many other applications, including food, fiber, textiles, biofuel, building materials (hempcrete).
Marijuana is typically harvested for medical and recreational use.
Ways of Traveling with CBD
People use different means of transportation for traveling with CBD. Some of them only require you to know your local laws, whereas others call for more thorough research.
Here’s how you can travel with CBD around the world:
1. In the Car
If you’re planning to make your holiday trip in the car, there’s little to worry about. Unless you’re a typical backpacker, you won’t be crossing country/state borders with your CBD, so all you need to take care of is a proper understanding of the local law. As long as the THC content is below the legal limit, you’re safe. And since hemp-derived CBD is treated differently than CBD products from marijuana, you don’t need to carry it in a closed container or declare your possession if you get stopped. Carrying CBD is not a ticketable offense if CBD is legal in your country.
2. On the Train and Other Means of Mass Transit
Similar rules apply to traveling with CBD by train and other means of mass transit. Hemp-derived CBD with a legal amount of CBD is fine to bring on trains and buses if you are traveling within the borders of your country. For trains and buses using international connections, we recommend checking with the regulations surrounding hemp CBD products in your destinations because some countries only allow them under certain conditions.
3. On the Plane
A few years ago, detaining flyers for having CBD oil in their purses was actually quite common. Thankfully, airports around the world changed their policies and as long as you have a legal product, you’ll be allowed to depart.
But if you want to make your flight fully successful, you need to make sure that CBD is legal where you’re going.
Otherwise, the best-case scenario includes you returning to your country with ruined holidays.
Worse? You can get arrested and end up in jail for smuggling or possession of illicit substances. There are stories of people jailed for traveling with CBD due to violating the local laws — more on that later in our guide.
For now, we’ll only give you one hint: always have a certificate of analysis for your product. It’s the only legitimate way to confirm if its THC content is below the legal limit.
What You Need to Know About International Flights with CBD
- Costa Rica
- Czech Republic
- Hong Kong
- Puerto Rico
How to Travel with CBD Around the USA: Federal and State Laws
The 2018 Farm Bill has made traveling with CBD around the USA much easier. Hemp has been removed from the Controlled Substances Act and is now considered an agricultural crop.
In other words, hemp and hemp-derived CBD goods are legal in all 50 states as long as they contain less than 0.3% THC.
As with most federal regulations, states can either adapt to the national law or introduce their own changes. In some states, CBD is legal under certain conditions, but before we elaborate on that, let’s take a look at what the US Travel Security Agency says about traveling with CBD. The TSA’s Policy Surrounding Traveling with CBD
The TSA’s website states:
“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.”
This policy reflects the one of the federal government. As long as CBD oil comes from hemp and has less than 0.3%, you can fly with it between states.
Because hemp naturally has high amounts of CBD and very little THC, the majority of CBD products are extracted from hemp plants.
This allows manufacturers to sell them without facing potential legal problems. Consumers, on the other hand, can enjoy the benefits of CBD without experiencing the psychoactive side of cannabis.
However, not all CBD oil is sourced from hemp. As mentioned, CBD can also be extracted from marijuana. Some people prefer more THC content because of the enhanced synergy coming from the full spectrum of cannabinoids, and in some states, marijuana is legal.
If this definition fits your CBD oil, then you certainly don’t want to take it on a plane. Traveling with marijuana-derived CBD from one state to another is a federal offence — even if marijuana is legal in both.
TSA officers aren’t looking for CBD oil, but if they suspect they find marijuana as part of security screening, they will start the verification procedure, even if your oil comes from hemp and not marijuana:
“TSA’s screening procedures are focused on security and are designed to detect potential threats to aviation and passengers. Accordingly, TSA security officers do not search for marijuana or other illegal drugs, but if any illegal substance is discovered during security screening, TSA will refer the matter to a law enforcement officer. TSA officers are required to report any suspected violations of law to local, state or federal authorities.”
In the next section, we’ll cover the legality of hemp CBD oil in all 50 states, with detailed regulations in those states where CBD is conditionally legal.
Legal Status of Hemp-derived CBD By State
|Alabama||Conditionally legal||Legal for epilepsy and clinical trials since 2014. Now approved across the state when sourced from hemp plants as stated by the state Attorney General|
|Alaska||Conditionally legal||Can’t be shipped to other states according to USPS. Still widely available over the counter across the state.|
|Arkansas||Conditionally legal||Farmers can grow hemp for industrial purposes and for extracts like CBD oil. All civil and criminal penalties for hemp-derived CBD have been expunged in 2019.|
|California||Conditionally legal||Legal in all forms. CBD from hemp is not an approved food additive and cannot be added to human or animal foods.|
|Colorado||Legal||Legal in all forms.|
|Idaho||Conditionally legal||Not available in stores|
|Maine||Conditionally legal||Cannot be sold as “food” or edibles, or infused in commercial food products|
|Massachusetts||Legal||Legal in all forms|
|Michigan||Legal||Legal in all forms|
|Missouri||Conditionally legal||Legal only for registered patients under the state’s Hemp Extract program|
|Nebraska||Conditionally legal||Not available in stores|
|Nevada||Legal||Legal in all forms|
|New Mexico||Conditionally legal||Available in dispensaries and purchased only through New Mexico growers|
|North Dakota||Conditionally legal||Sales are enforced on a city-by city basis and CBD is a controversial topic there|
|Oklahoma||Conditionally legal||CBD oils are legal only for patients with childhood-onset epilepsy|
|Oregon||Legal||Legal in all forms|
|South Dakota||Conditionally legal||Legal if FDA-approved|
|Utah||Conditionally legal||Limited sales|
|Wisconsin||Conditionally legal||Limited sales|
|Wyoming||Conditionally legal||Hemp-derived products must contain less than 0.3% THC and more than 5% CBD. They’re legal only to qualifying epileptic patients.|
Full Spectrum CBD, Broad Spectrum CBD, Isolate: Which Form of CBD is the Safest to Travel With?
Full-spectrum CBD refers to extracts containing the entire range of cannabinoids, terpenes, and other naturally occurring hemp compounds. This means that a full-spectrum product also carries some THC content. The legal THC limit by federal law is 0.3% per volume.
However, some states may not allow full-spectrum CBD. If that’s the law in your destination, you can bring a broad-spectrum product. Broad-spectrum CBD products are similar to full-spectrum ones save for the lack of THC.
If you want to stay on the safe side, then CBD isolate is the best option. True to its name, isolate contains just pure CBD. There are no traces of other hemp compounds in the end product.
Traveling with CBD in Canada
As the pioneer in global cannabis legalization, Canada has a very liberal policy for CBD products.
What forms of CBD Are Legal in Canada?
Because both medical and recreational cannabis have been legalized in Canada, there’s no legal limit for the amount of THC in CBD products. You can legally purchase and possess both marijuana- and hemp-derived CBD.
Can You Travel With CBD Around Canada?
Yes, you can safely travel with up to a 30-day supply of CBD. However, CBD oils brought onto an airplane are subject to an airline’s limit on liquids, which is usually 100 ml in Canada.
Traveling with CBD from Canada to the USA
Traveling with hemp-derived CBD from Canada to the USA is legal because the US federal government removed hemp from the Controlled Substances Act in 2018. Nobody’s going to check for your CBD products unless the security suspects you’re trying to smuggle an illicit substance across the borders.
For marijuana-derived CBD, the rules are the same as for exporting hemp from one US state to another. If you try to take marijuana on an international flight, you’ll be charged with a criminal offense and put in jail. Period.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Europe
Europe is one of the most liberal regions of the world when it comes to marijuana and hemp. More countries are decriminalizing weed each year, and some of them are on a good way to legalizing all sources of CBD.
Long story short, hemp-derived CBD is legal everywhere except Slovakia, where CBD is considered a schedule 2 drug.
The general consensus is that CBD products must contain less than 0.2% THC, although certain countries have set their own limits on its content.
Legal Status of CBD in Europe by Country
|Country||Legal Status||THC Limits|
|Bosnia and Herzegovina||Illegal||N/A|
To wrap it up, bringing CBD to Europe is generally safe unless you’re traveling to Albania, Andorra, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Moldova, Monaco, Ukraine, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia and Turkey.
Below we give you a brief overview of local CBD laws in countries most frequently visited by people traveling with CBD products.
Traveling and Buying CBD in France
Can I travel with my own CBD products to France?
Yes, CBD products with 0.2% THC or less are legal, like in most other EU countries.
Where to buy CBD in France
CBD stores are quite popular in France, with a rapidly growing e-liquid sector. However, despite the sudden rise in popularity, reports from June indicate that the government is trying to draft out regulations to prohibit certain CBD products across the country. So if you’re visiting France and want to use different CBD formats, we recommend bringing your own.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Italy
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Italy?
Yes, as long as they contain 0.6% THC or less.
Where to Buy CBD in Italy
Despite its thriving cannabis culture, Italy doesn’t have many head shops operating within the country. There are a few mediocre places that sell products from unrecognizable brands. When staying in Italy, you’ll need to either bring your own products or buy them online.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Spain
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Spain?
Spain is the epicenter of the European cannabis community. With forward-thinking laws surrounding hemp and marijuana, CBD products from both sources are widely available across the country — although cannabis sales remain in the grey area.
You can travel with CBD to Spain if your product contains less than 0.2% THC. Trying to bring marijuana-derived CBD on an international flight is considered a violation of international agreements regarding drug trafficking.
Where to Buy CBD in Spain
You can buy CBD in grow shops or natural/herbal product stores depending on the region. Spanish companies are known for making some of the best hemp extracts in the world; their crops are grown organically by local farmers as Spain has stricter quality-control regulations than the majority of European countries.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Greece
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Greece?
Yes, CBD products with 0.2% THC or less are legal in the country.
Where to buy CBD in Greece
Similar to Italy, Greece doesn’t have many specialty stores with CBD products. Although CBD oil is quite common in larger cities, reports from tourists indicate their quality leaves a lot to be desired. Fortunately, since CBD is legal in Greece, you can bring your own products there and enjoy the quality you’re used to.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Russia
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Russia?
The law about the legality of CBD oil is a bit unclear in Russia. Although hemp is widely cultivated throughout the greater part of the country, any extraction process is prohibited. Therefore, we don’t recommend bringing any kind of CBD products to Russia.
Where to buy CBD in Russia
Given its legal status, there are currently no places where you could legally purchase CBD in Russia.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Turkey
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Turkey?
The legal status of hemp-derived CBD oil is unclear, but products containing any traces of THC are banned in the country. It’s common for Turkish manufacturers to pass off hemp oil as CBD oil, even though there’s a world of difference between these two products. If you want to travel with CBD to Turkey, isolate will be your best bet.
Where to Buy CBD in Turkey
There are no local manufacturers in Turkey at this point. CBD is not a popular topic in the country and thus you won’t find any head shops specializing in selling CBD isolates, for example.
If you’re in Turkey for a longer period, consider buying CBD oil out of Japan, which has the same law when it comes to legal THC limits in their CBD products.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Australia & New Zealand
Australia and New Zealand surprisingly have some of the harshest laws surrounding hemp in the world. Buying CBD over the counter in both countries is not an option.
The only way to obtain CBD products is through the country’s special compassionate program, which is very similar to medical marijuana regulations. Simply put, you need a prescription to buy CBD oil, even if it’s derived from hemp.
The laws will probably change soon, but for now, Australia and New Zealand aren’t most sought after destinations for those traveling with CBD.
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Australia and New Zealand?
No, bringing any CBD product to these countries is prohibited. You can only travel with products sourced from the seeds of hemp plants, as they are void of cannabinoids.
Where to buy CBD in Australia and New Zealand
As mentioned, buying CBD over the counter is not an option in Australia and New Zealand. Online purchases are often seized and can get you into serious trouble with the law.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Latin America
Most countries in Latin America legalized hemp-derived CBD. Cannabidiol is widely available in many forms, including tinctures, capsules, edibles, and vape products.
However, not all Latin American countries are as progressive as Uruguay or Chile. The table below illustrates the differences in the legality of hemp-derived CBD in each country. Legal Status of CBD in Latin America By Country
|Argentina||Legal||Limited sales, only allowed for personal extraction and cultivation, can be bought online|
|Brazil||Legal||Available for retail purchase nationwide|
|Chile||Legal||Limited sales, can be imported but not sold within the country. Hemp cultivation is allowed only for personal use and at-home consumption.|
|Columbia||Legal||Widely available at food and drug stores, including oils, tinctures, sprays, capsules, and topicals|
|Mexico||Legal||Legalized for medicinal use and available upo|
|Paraguay||Legal||Only available when prescribed by a doctor. No local sales, can be imported from overseas|
|Uruguay||Legal||Available for retail purchase nationwide|
|Peru||Legal||Limited sales, can be bought online|
Traveling and Buying CBD in Brazil
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Brazil?
Yes, as long as these products contain less than 0.2% THC.
Where to Buy CBD in Brazil
CBD oil has become legal in the country since 2015. Since that ruling, many manufacturers have entered the marketplace and Brazil has currently one of the fastest growing CBD markets in Latin America. You can buy CBD both locally (in head shops and health centers) and online.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Argentina
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Argentina?
Yes, but they must have 0.2% THC or less.
Where to buy CBD in Argentina
Hemp is legal in Argentina only for personal cultivation and use. Extraction and manufacturing with an intent to sell is prohibited, so there are no local stores that could offer CBD products. You can order CBD online if staying there for a decent period, or bring your own products.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Mexico
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Mexico?
Yes, all CBD products containing less than 0.2% THC are widely available over-the-counter in Mexico. As long as your supplements meet the legal THC limit, you can also bring your own CBD there.
Where to Buy CBD Oil in Mexico
Mexico is one of the best countries to buy CBD in Latin America. CBD products are widely available in head shops, vape stores, and wellness centers. You can also order them online.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Chile
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Chile?
Yes, as long as they have less than 0.2% THC
Where to buy CBD in Chile
Buying CBD in Chile is not an option as of right now. It’s illegal to sell CBD products; they’re only allowed for personal use, so you need to home-grow your own plants if you want to obtain CBD in the country. You can, however, import CBD oil from overseas.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Columbia
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Columbia
Yes, but they must have 0.2% or less.
Where to buy CBD in Columbia
Columbia is hands down the number one country to buy CBD in Latin America. CBD products are widely available across the country’s food stores, drug stores, and head shops. You can also order CBD online and have it delivered to your door.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Africa
CBD is very restricted in Africa. So far, only South Africa allows over-the-counter sales but must meet specific THC content limits. The majority of African countries continue to ban all forms of cannabis, including hemp-derived CBD.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Morocco
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Morocco?
No, cannabis is illegal in Morocco. Although some of the finest cannabis products are believed to be made in Morocco, bringing CBD oil to the country is a crime.
Where to buy CBD in Morocco
There are no operating CBD stores in Morocco as of right now.
Traveling and Buying CBD in South Africa
Can I travel with my own CBD products to South Africa?
Yes, but they must have 0.3% THC or less and contain a maximum daily dose of 20 mg of CBD. CBD products cannot be advertised as a treatment for any disease.
Where to buy CBD in South Africa
CBD from hemp is available over the counter among other health supplements. You can purchase CBD products both locally and online.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Egypt
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Egypt?
No, cannabis is strictly prohibited in Egypt, including hemp-derived CBD.
Where to buy CBD in Egypt
Buying CBD oil in Egypt is not an option.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Ivory Coast
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Ivory Coast?
No, CBD is illegal here.
Where to buy CBD on Ivory Coast?
There are no operating CBD stores on Ivory Coast.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Zimbabwe
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Zimbabwe
No, bringing CBD to Zimbabwe is illegal.
Where to buy CBD in Zimbabwe
You won’t find any CBD stores in Zimbabwe.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Kenya
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Kenya?
No, CBD is illegal in Kenya and you can’t travel there with it.
Where to Buy CBD in Kenya
You can’t legally buy CBD in Kenya.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Asia
Asia is the origin continent of hemp and has been used in many Asian cultures for hundreds of years. Current cannabis policies in Asia are mostly very conservative; the status of hemp and CBD varies a lot from one country to another.
While China is a world-leading producer of hemp, countries like Singapore prohibit all cannabis products with harsh penalties, including a combination of heavy financial fines with prison time.
The Legal Status of CBD in Asia by Country
|China||Legal but restricted|
|Hong Kong||Legal but restricted (only isolates)|
|Israel||Legal for medical use|
|Malaysia||Legal for medical use (only isolates)|
|Philippines||Legal for medical use|
|South Korea||Legal for medical use|
|Taiwan||Legal for medical use|
|Thailand||Legal for medical use (only isolates)|
|The United Arab Emirates||Illegal|
Traveling and Buying CBD in China
Can I travel with my own CBD products to China?
Yes, all CBD products with 0.3% THC or less are legal in China. For safety measures, don’t bring any CBD foods such as gummies or other edibles.
Where to buy CBD in China
CBD products are widely available online. It’s currently the best way to buy CBD in China. Chinese retailers can’t sell CBD oil locally because it can’t be used as a health supplement or food additives. You can only buy CBD cosmetics locally.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Korea
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Korea?
No, CBD products are allowed in Korea only for medical use. One would need to obtain a doctor’s recommendation and import CBD products through the Korean Orphan Drug Center. Importing CBD for commercial use is prohibited.
Where to Buy CBD in Korea
There are no retail vendors of CBD in Korea as of this writing.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Japan
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Japan?
Only if it’s pure CBD (isolate). Full-spectrum CBD products are illegal in Japan unless they are labeled as ZERO THC.
Where to Buy CBD in Japan
You must look for licensed retailers online. There are few companies allowed to export CBD to Japan.
Traveling and Buying CBD in India
Can I travel with my own CBD products to India?
No, CBD lives in a legal limbo in India, so it’s better not to bring any CBD products with you.
Where to buy CBD in India
There are currently no operating CBD stores in India.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Israel
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Israel?
Yes. Although imported CBD lives in the restricted grey area, the Israeli police don’t consider CBD a dangerous drug and thus refrain from any actions against people who import CBD products.
Where to buy CBD in Israel
There are no operating CBD stores as of this writing. The Israeli government is working on a draft that would allow commercial sales of hemp-derived CBD products nationwide.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Philippines
Can I travel with my own CBD products to the Philippines?
No, CBD is only legal for medical use and requires a doctor’s prescription.
Where to buy CBD in the Philippines
You can’t buy any CBD products in the Philippines without a prescription.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Malaysia
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Malaysia?
The law is a bit unclear. The Malaysian government allows government-licensed retailers and companies to sell CBD after their products pass through a series of strict tests and meet all the legal criteria, so it’s safe to assume that it’s not safe to bring your own products there.
Where to buy CBD in Malaysia
You can only buy from government-licensed retailers.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Indonesia
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Indonesia?
No, even hemp-derived CBD is illegal in Indonesia.
Where to buy CBD in Indonesia
There’s no legal way to obtain CBD in this country.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Thailand
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Thailand?
No, CBD is legal only via a doctor’s prescription. It must also be free from THC.
Where to buy CBD in Thailand
You can’t buy CBD in Thailand as a tourist.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Vietnam
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Vietnam?
No, CBD is strictly prohibited in Vietnam.
Where to buy CBD in Vietnam
You can’t. At least not legally.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Cambodia
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Cambodia?
No, CBD is is illegal in Cambodia
Where to buy CBD in Cambodia
Although cannabis products are widely available in Cambodia, they all come from the black market. There’s no legal way to purchase CBD in Cambodia.
Traveling and Buying CBD in Singapore
Can I travel with my own CBD products to Singapore
No, we actually suggest you refrain from bringing any illegal product into Singapore — including hemp-derived CBD. This country has highly strict laws on cannabis, and any illicit activities are severely punishable.
Where to buy CBD in Singapore
There are no CBD stores in Singapore, and nothing seems like that would change any time soon.
5 Tips for First-time CBD Travelers
Here are the 5 amendments for people traveling with CBD for the first time:
- Review the CBD policy for your destination before you depart: it’s a dead giveaway but it should be your top priority if you don’t want to end up in prison for drug trafficking crimes.
- Research additional limits on CBD as well: do your crew lines allow CBD on board? Can you bring full-spectrum products into your destination? Or does the country only allow CBD isolates? The fact CBD is legal where you travel to doesn’t mean you can go all out and use every form of CBD there.
- Bring your product’s CoA with you: the certificate of analysis is a lab report confirming the cannabinoid profile of your product. It’s the only way to prove that your CBD has the legal amount of THC during any security check.
- Buy travel-size CBD: this is particularly important for liquid limits. Since most people take CBD in the form of oil drops, they will be subjected to standard airport liquid restrictions; airports usually allow travelers to bring 100 ml bottles on board. You may also consider buying a vape pen. Vape pens are very travel-friendly for all means of traffic.
- Leave your CBD at home: if CBD is legal in your country of destination but you don’t know what the additional limits on CBD products are, you can leave your CBD oil at home and research your opportunities to buy a replacement oil somewhere upon arrival.
Can You Be Jailed for Traveling with CBD Around the World?
If you purposely try to bring a CBD product with higher than permitted levels of THC, or you’re traveling with a mislabeled product, you can get arrested and be put into trial by the local court under their jurisdiction.
The severity of punishments for cannabis-related offenses varies greatly between countries, but if you want to stay away from travel, we suggest you always carry CBD from hemp and make sure you familiarize yourself with cannabis policies at your destination place.
Traveling with hemp-derived CBD is tolerated in most countries around the world, but it’s always good to err on the side of caution — especially on a foreign territory.
Final Thoughts on Traveling with CBD Around the World
While many people are still afraid of facing legal charges — or, at the very least, a delay in their flight caused by extra security control — traveling with CBD becomes more and more popular every month.
If you must travel with CBD products around the world, always have a certificate of analysis at hand, and above all, remember to research the laws regarding cannabidiol at your destination.
Now you’ve got all your research in one place. We hope you’ve found this guide useful and that you’ll use it for your future trips!
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PDEA Reiterates Warning on Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil
The Philippine Drug Enforcement Agency (PDEA) is warning the public against buying imported Cannabidiol (CBD) oil being used as pain reliever and helps improve overall health and wellness.
PDEA Director General Aaron N Aquino reiterated the warning after the increased trafficking of CBD oil using the mail and parcel services was recorded. CBD oil is also openly sold in online shopping platforms in the country.
What is CBD Oil?
Cannabidiol is the second most prevalent of the active ingredient of marijuana next to Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC)- the main psychoactive cannabinoid of marijuana which causes mind-altering and euphoric effects. THC is a dangerous drug included in the 1971 United Nations Single Convention on Psychotropic Substances.
However, unlike the THC, CBD is non-psychoactive and there is no evidence of public health problems associated with it. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), CBD exhibits no effects indicative of any abuse or dependence potential.
“CBD is not addictive, but contains very small amounts of THC which remains illegal under the law. In general, the law dictates that any variety and derivative from marijuana, including CBD, is prohibited,” Aquino said.
Medication and side effects
Clinical studies suggest that CBD has broad therapeutic value. CBD is known to be effective for seizure disorder and chronic pain. The cannabis oil may also be used to help improve sleep, and reduce anxiety and stress.
Other than the treatment, the CBD oil can also cause unpleasant side effects, the most common include nausea, fatigue, and irritability. The cannabis oil can also cause dry mouth, low blood pressure, light headedness, and drowsiness.
Methods of consumption
There are four ways to consume CBD oil– inhalation, sublingual drops, ingestion and topical application.
Inhalation of the CBD oil is done through smoking and vaping. Likewise, drops of the substance can be placed under the tongue before swallowing, and can be infused to food and drinks. CBD oil can also be applied like a balm or ointment on the skin.
According to Section 2 of Republic Act 9165, or “The Comprehensive Dangerous Drugs Act of 2002”, “People with legitimate medical needs are not prevented from being treated with adequate amounts of appropriate medications, which include the use of dangerous drugs”.
“While marijuana remains illegal, including for medical purposes, in the country, terminally-ill patients may apply for a special permit from Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) for the compassionate use of CBD oil,” Aquino noted.
To apply for the special permit, the patient needs to accomplish an application form from FDA, and submits letter from the prescribing doctor, medical abstract and the amount of the medical cannabis needed. All documents will be the subject of evaluation by the FDA.
Since February 2019, a total of 792 milliliters and 621 grams of CBD (with THC) contained inside bottles, droppers, capsules, vape juice cartridges, and gummy candies, were intercepted following 14 incidents of mail and parcel interdiction operations in airports and seaports. Two consignees were also arrested as a result of the operations. The rest of the seized packages reflected senders with fictitious names, and were placed under investigation.
“PDEA cautions the public not to buy CBD oil simply because the law expressly forbids it,” the PDEA chief said, advising the public to surrender any products containing CBD to the nearest PDEA regional offices, or report it to PDEA contact numbers 09998887332, 09255737332 or 09279160616.