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Many people have asked us if flying with CBD was ok — and we’ve heard more than a few horror stories that made us question taking our medicine, no matter how much we may have wanted to have it while traveling.

The good news is that the TSA has updated its guidelines to explicitly allow hemp-derived CBD products that are compliant under the 2018 Farm Bill will be allowed on flights. That doesn’t mean in the near future you won’t still get hassled. One TSA official explained that agents are being briefed on the new rule, but since “this is a new consideration, there may be some that do not recognize the FDA-approved version” of CBD.

But if you’re thinking you might be able to disguise your THC cannabis as CBD, they’re already onto that trick. In Europe, they have onsite cannabinoid detectors that can immediately test to make sure that your cannabis contains less than the legal limit of .03.

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