Can you fly and travel with CBD oil?

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  1. great info, thanks, I know this is over a year old, has anything changed? As a travel show and soon to be travel agent I get lots of people that have travel or flight anxiety and they want to know about using CBD oil to help with this, but also traveling with it concerns too. According to TSA it is against Federal law to travel with cannabis infused products "such as Cannabidiol (CBD) oil" (right from their website) thanks again for the info and help.

  2. Thats a dumb question ! Of course you can , its LEGAL, just like aspirin, cigarettes, toothe paste, DUH 😂

  3. What about international boston to Sweden and can you take edibles on plane internationally in a zip lock bag?who’s to say there edibles it looks like gummies. Maybe thats where the dogs comes in.? Does all food need to be sealed in the original package,or is food not allowed

  4. I live in Ontario, Canada. i have to travel to France to see my family and doctors, as I have a very complex medical histoey, i was thinking to travel with oil as i can't be without medical marijuana. thank you so much for your video.

  5. Can you please tell me where I can get a more concentrated CBD oil or capsule with the .03 THC in it.  I need to take at least 50 mg. of CBD twice a day, and have not had a satisfactory result for my pain level  yet..I would be very grateful for this information.  I have tried 5 different companies online and am wondering why I haven't received more help from the hemp oil.

  6. Thanks for this! Super timely, I just started CBD, and I am flying in just a few days! I have a question as a newbie – I just started on CBD and its giving me no effects yet. When increasing the dosage to find the right one… do I increase each dose, or do I increase the amount of dosages in a day?

  7. About traveling across state line with MJ. Because of Federal Laws we know we can't take it on the airplane. You said mail it to yourself. Wouldn't USPS fall under the same laws as when trying to fly with it?  I think it should also be stated you don't mean USPS.

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