State Department Warns Travelers About Flying With Cannabis Oil Internationally

State Department Warns Travelers About Flying With Cannabis Oil Internationally

The U.S. State Department is warning international holiday travelers that while hemp-derived CBD might be legal in the U.S., it can land you in trouble if you take it certain places abroad. “Make sure your gift isn’t a fa la la la la la la la la fail,” the department said in a tweet on Thursday. “Bringing along gifts like drones, CBD oils, and firearms can land you in trouble in foreign countries. Research what is and isn’t allowed before you travel.” Make sure your gift isn’t a fa la la la la la la la la fail. Bringing along gifts like drones, CBD oils, and firearms can land you in trouble in foreign countries. Research what is and isn’t allowed before you travel. pic.twitter.com/BU12hsQEvv — Travel – State Dept (@TravelGov) December 12, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js A video attached to the post shows a person packing a suitcase with holiday sweaters, a camera and a touchscreen device — but notably, no hemp-derived CBD oil, which was federally legalized under the 2018 Farm Bill. While there are cannabis reform efforts underway in a number of countries outside the U.S. — including Mexico and Trinidad and Tobago — there are many nations that continue…

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