The holiday season is quickly approaching. If you’re travelling this year to see family, it’s going to be a little more chaotic with all the precautions in place. It’s easy to guess that you’ll want to bring your CBD oil and other hemp-derived products. While we’d love to tell you it’s all good to travel the country, the EU, and the world with your trust CBD self-care package. The truth is that it’s complicated.
Travel with CBD in the UK.
You can drive, fly, use the tubes, and travel by rail throughout England with all CBD products that meet the country’s strict regulations. HuGG CBD items are all compliant with UK laws and legal for most destinations throughout the cities and countryside.
CBD oils come in 10ml glass bottles. Understandably, you don’t want to store that in your luggage. No worries. You can keep your favourite oil and other CBD self-care items in your hand luggage for easy access at any point during your flight. Keep everything in the original packages to avoid suspicion. You may be questioned about the products, just be honest. CBD with less than 0.2% THC is 100% legal in the UK.
Travel with CBD to EU Countries
Again, there’s no concern here with HuGG CBD products that always have less than 0.2% THC. All EU members follow the same rules regarding CBD self-care items. Similar to going on holiday throughout the UK, it’s okay to travel with CBD by air, plane, sea, and train.
Travel with CBD to Non-EU Countries
Here’s where the complications begin to appear. If you’re flying into the US, you’re entirely safe. However, you’ll probably be questioned about a CBD oil. In December 2018, the US government legalized all the compounds found in hemp except for THC. The US allows up to 0.3% THC, so HuGG isolates, broad-spectrum, and full-spectrum oils and sales items are perfectly legal in all states.
Although Canada is very progressive with cannabis laws, CBD is a controlled substance in the provinces, and you can’t fly into the country with it.
- Antigua and Barbuda
- Czech Republic
- San Marino
Keep in mind that each of these locations has different allowances for THC levels.
The following countries don’t allow CBD products no matter how little THC they have:
- Boznia and Herzegovina
- Dominican Republic
- French Guiana
- Saint Kitts and Nevis
- Saint Lucia
- Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
- Trinidad and Tobago
- Vatican City
Additionally, you should never travel to any African nations with CBD products or the Middle East. CBD isn’t legal on either continent. Similarly, the laws in Asian countries regarding CBD are still very confusing, and its best to double-check or leave the hemp extract at home.
This list isn’t all-inclusive. There are 195 sovereign states in the world. We can’t cover the laws of each one. If you’re unsure of the rules of a nation you’ve visiting, it’s best to reach out for an answer before travelling with CBD or leave the hemp products at home for this trip.
In a nutshell, for most travel situations with CBD, you’re safe. So when you’re packing for that holiday trip, don’t forget to stock up on HuGG CBD self-care products. Customer favourites, such as CBD Oil Oral Drops and the CBD Oil Roll Away Rollerball, fit nicely in your carry-on luggage.