CBD Health & Wellness / Written by Colby McCoy

Can you bring CBD to an Airport now that the 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp?

In recent years, cannabis advocates have seen a tidal wave of decriminalization and legalization for the recreational use of cannabis across the United States. This doesn’t just include products with high levels of THC however. One of the most popular cannabis products on the market today is CBD — also known as cannabidiol.

According to Forbes Magazine, a new report projects CBD sales reaching $20 billion by 2024. In addition, the report adds that CBD sales in dispensaries have outpaced overall sales for all dispensary products. The data on CBD’s market potentiality certainly is impressive. At the same time this shouldn’t be too surprising. It is not uncommon to find CBD products on shelves in stores and gas stations across the United States.

Thus, one might expect more and more travelers to bring their favorite CBD products through America’s airports. The question here being — is it legal to travel with CBD? As with many legal questions surrounding the cannabis industry, CBD’s legal status according to the federal government remains in a very murky, grey area.  Read Full Article

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