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My husband and I will be heading to player next month and we haven’t been in quite a while so we are very much looking forward to it.
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I’ve recently started my senior Great Dane on CBD oil and it’s rather expensive for a good quality oil in the USA. Is this available in Mexico? Does anybody know if it’s legal for me to bring back? And any idea on the cost of a 30 mL bottle?
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In Playa del Carmen there is a company called Hands of the Artisan. they deliver to your location. it is Cannabis CBD with very low THC. you can chat with them via Facebook Page messenger. Web site is www.handsoftheartisan.com and also has live chat. I have 3 dogs on their Oils and myself and husband as well.

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Answer 1 of 29: Hi All! My husband and I will be heading to player next month and we haven't been in quite a while so we are very much looking forward to it. I've recently started my senior Great Dane on CBD oil and it's rather expensive for a…

You hear different things from different people. You are going on vacation or traveling for work. You wonder ‘Should you bring the CBD? Could I get in any sort of trouble if I do?’. These are valid questions. I have found myself asking the same ones, traveling with CBD oil and generally concerned about the public’s knowledge and that of law enforcement agencies. Standing in an airport terminal with a bottle of CBD I have wondered, is this German Shepard in Jacksonville going to get a sniff of my CBD? Is that adorable English Springer in London going to tip off the authorities that I am traveling with a low THC cannabis products?

September 9, 2019
I know from experience that traveling with CBD can be a daunting process. As a general rule of thumb: traveling domestically can be generally considered safe , although it makes sense to err on the side of caution with respect to international travel . Bringing CBD into the wrong country can result in criminal charges. However, if you are in a domestic airport and you see our authorities fluffy little companions walk by, feel free to hold your ground. Perhaps even go up and give that dog a pet, because you are in the clear with TSA.

Under the Controlled Substances Act, Congress has generally prohibited the possession, distribution, manufacture, cultivation, sale, transfer, or the attempt or conspiracy to possess, distribute, manufacture, cultivate, of marijuana. The 2018 Farm Bill states that it’s important that any CBD product you travel with contains less than .3 percent by dry weight and volume. Although both marijuana and industrial hemp (or “CBD”) come from the cannabis plant, the THC concentration is the main distinction between “industrial hemp” or “CBD” and marijuana.
Closely related to cruising is traveling to the Bahamas. Although the Bahamas has not decriminalized cannabis or CBD generally, Minister of Health Dr. Duane Sands has stated “Yes, it is legal” to reporters. However, this is inconsistent with the Dangerous Drugs Act, which “includes all parts of any plant of the genus cannabis whether growing or not from which the resin has not been extracted; the resin extracted from any part of such plant; and every compound, manufacture, salt derivative, mixture or preparation of such plant or resin.” Moreover, as stated by the Nassua Guardian there may be some legislative updates, reporting “in July the CARICOM Regional Commission on Marijuana recommended the declassification of marijuana as a dangerous drug in all legislation and the reclassification of the drug as a controlled substance, as noted in its report presented at the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Heads of Government Meeting.”
I thought it would be helpful to provide some highlights, with respect to traveling with CBD, as well as some context and color to the underlying regulations. For the purposes of this article, I will refer to CBD to include gummies, edibles, vape-pens, tinctures and all other products (with the exception of flower that I will discuss at the end of the article).
Flying with CBD is allowed now according to recent Transportation Security Administration (“TSA”) guidance, with the TSA stating:
I’ve traveled around the world exploring the legality of CBD domestically and abroad. Prior to founding Maku, I was responsible for drafting and researching the legality of CBD prior to the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018 (the “2018 Farm Bill”). In line with Maku’s mission to provide the best possible CBD knowledge, my goal is to (1) offer you some clarity with respect to domestic travel and (2) offer words to caution you with respect to international travel and flying with CBD.

It’s understandable that getting into the newly formed waters of CBD regulations can be intimidating without a trusted source. Laws and regulations change seemingly everyday and the normal media outlets typically do not provide holistic education and guidance for a national supplement phenomenon.

CBD (now federally legal) is confusing to understand. You hear different things from different people. You are going on vacation or traveling for work. Should you fly with CBD? Am I going to get in any sort of trouble? These thoughts may be going through your mind. Here's what you need to know.