Flying soon? Understand how to transport your Hemp Products
Remembering those long waits, not-so-great expensive airport food, and that weird feeling that you can't control what is happening while buckled up may be holding you back from traveling more often. If that's you, flying with Hemp can do wonders. Just to name a few of its amazing traveling benefits, Hemp products can help:
Keep up with your regular dose - Check out this past blog for more info on regular usage! But as we know, to get the most benefit from your products, CBD should be consumed regularly. So, if you're taking the same amount at the same time every day, it makes sense not to interrupt your routine. Not to mention that missing out on your doses might make you feel a bit off, and who would want that while on vacay?
Ease the anxiety or fear of flying - It may or may not be your case, but research shows that up to 6.5% of the population suffers from aviophobia, which is fear and/or avoidance of flying or anything related, like airports and planes. So, if you get a bit anxious about flying, you might enjoy the extra dose.
Help you sleep better on the plane - Some flights are not as short as we’d like, so being able to take a good nap before hitting your next stop may be just what you need! So let Hemp make it easier for you to doze off in the sky.
Where can I fly with my Hemp products?
Now that you know what Hemp can do for you while traveling, you should consider if Hemp is legal in your destination (Updated August 2022).
States where both recreational and medical marijuana is legalized
Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Jersey, New Mexico, New York, Oregon, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington;
States where medical marijuana is legalized
Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New Hampshire, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Dakota, Texas, Utah, and West Virginia.
States that Permit Limited Access to Hemp Products Only
Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Wisconsin, and Wyoming.
Though we do our best to get you the most up to date information we always recommend checking your state's website to be sure. And remember to always consult a medical professional before making any decisions.
Here are the rules for bringing Hemp on a plane:
Now, you checked that your destination is hemp-friendly, and you're happy that it legally allows the use of our products; that's great! Just don't forget to take into account the standard flight rules!
According to the TSA website, it's okay to transport "products that contain no more than 0.3 percent THC on a dry weight basis or that are approved by FDA" in your carry-on or checked bag. So, getting that off the way, here's everything you need to know:
- Any Hemp products you bring on board need to be in their original packaging.
- Liquids, drops, or cosmetics in your carry-on bag must contain less than 3 ounces.
- The product label has to include the THC content information on it.
- You may or may not be required to show your medical prescription.
After all, with this information, airports and flying out don't seem so bad, right? Let us help you ease your way to the next stop! Click here to check out some of our CBD, Delta-8, and Delta-9 products, as well as our 3rd party test results. And a reminder that all of our products are Hemp-Derived and Federally Compliant.
HoneySuckle does not assume the risk or liability of flying or traveling with our products. Consult with your physician or legal counsel before taking any further actions.
Our products have not been evaluated by the FDA to diagnose, treat, prevent, or cure any illnesses or diseases. All products are compliant with the 2018 US Farm Bill and contain under 0.3% THC.
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