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All CBD supplements must be prescribed by a medical professional.
You may have noticed a couple of perhaps surprising omissions from the list above.
This link provides a good general guide to which States are the most and least “friendly” towards CBD.
So what about the rest of the world? First of all, do not be too alarmed by the few sensationalist news stories out there of people being arrested for carrying CBD oil.
Whilst we strive to update this page with up-to-date information, some data may be incorrect.
As such, we strongly advise that you do your own research into the laws of the country you are visiting before travelling with any CBD or cannabis-based or hemp-based extract. That also includes layover destinations such as Dubai and Singapore which are notoriously strict.
No limits legally enforced. 0.2% THC maximum for domestic hemp cultivation.
We also have category pages that cover each of our product ranges, including CBD e-liquids, CBD oils, CBD cosmetics, as well as CBD topicals and CBD edibles. That way, you’ll be totally ready to buy CBD.
The confusion here stems from the fact medicines aren’t limited by the 100ml rule if accompanied by a prescriptions or doctor’s note. As such, if you’ve been prescribed a CBD tincture you can ignore the liquid limit, but that’s unlikely in the UK.
If you’re looking to discover more about how to use CBD, read about it in our beginner-friendly CBD guide, or if you want to know more about the difference between different CBD oil classifications, check out our article here.
Final tips for flying with CBD
Meanwhile, for full spectrum and whole plant products, the trace amounts of THC can raise red flags at airports where staff aren’t properly informed on the distinction between CBD products and medical cannabis. Likewise, it might be that the country you’re flying to has a lower THC threshold than the one you’re flying from.
Before getting into the specifics of your Broad Spectrum CBD E-liquid and whether you can or can’t fly with it, the most universal impediment is the size of the liquid container you’re carrying. If you’re intending to bring it in your carry-on, then you’ll be subject to the 100ml liquid rule.
The best solution to any headaches you may be having about whether you can fly with CBD or not is to be upfront. That means taking it in your carry-on, carrying the batch report with you to prove your THC levels (if you’ve bought your CBD with us you can find your specific one here) and contacting customs in advance to ensure you’re on the same page.
Since the majority of our users are UK based, you’re probably already aware that buying CBD is legal in the UK, especially given that it’s now being stocked in national supermarkets and stores. However, the laws around flying with CBD can seem a little confusing.