Countries such as Greece, France and Spain are safe to travel to with CBD Oil as long as the product does not contain more than 0.2% THC. However, countries such as Portugal, Finland, and Germany require a prescription from a medical professional. In Slovakia, on the other hand, CBD is completely illegal.
North and South America
CBD is legal in all 50 US states; however, they must contain less than 0.3% THC. Canada has legalised both recreational and medicinal use of cannabis products, so it should be safe to travel with CBD Oil.
CBD law in South America varies from country to country; most countries, such as Mexico and Brazil, have legalised CBD for medical usage with controlled THC levels.
Africa and Australia
CBD is more restricted in Africa. Most countries, including Angola, Morocco, Kenya, and Egypt, have banned any usage of cannabis, including CBD.
Like Africa, CBD products are quite restrictive in Australia. They are considered “schedule products” where it is only available through a medical prescription from a doctor.
In Asia, CBD laws are very much influenced by culture, tradition, and religion, so the rules vary depending on which country you are aiming to travel to. For instance, in Japan and Hong Kong, CBD products can be used as long as there are no traces of THC whatsoever. In Singapore, however, the use of any cannabis products are treated with severe penalties.
For those who are nervous travellers, CBD Oil can be a perfect solution whilst flying. If you are planning to air-travel with CBD Oil, we suggest doing thorough research about your airlines, airport rules, departing and arriving countries. All airlines have their own set of rules and regulations, so it is always good to talk to relevant airlines and get much-needed details before your flight.
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