Hemp-Derived CBD Now Allowed On Flights By TSA

Published on May 27, 2019, By MassRoots

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TSA (Transportation Security Administration) now allows CBD (Cannabidiol) in airports and on flights. TSA clarifies that the CBD products must be hemp-derived “under the Agriculture Improvement Act 2018.” They recently updated a section of their website “What Can I Bring?” regarding medical marijuana shown below.

Possession of cannabis and “certain cannabis infused products” are still prohibited, but the wording opens up the possibility of some cannabis infused products being allowed. TSA has made it clear several times that their security officers are not searching for illegal drugs, including marijuana, when screening luggage. This tweet from February illustrates that, though their policy on hemp-derived CBD oil has changed.

Check out their website and the new policy for yourself here: https://www.tsa.gov/travel/security-screening/whatcanibring/items/medical-marijuana

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