A lower-quality CBD oil containing more than 1 mg of THC per product is illegal to possess and use in the UK, and therefore a serious concern for those considering travelling with CBD oil.
As long as the CBD oil contains no more than 1 mg of THC per product, it can be taken on a plane in the UK.
The importance of the destination of the flight
There shouldn’t be an issue taking it in either your hand or hold luggage – there are a couple of considerations, though.
Will Brexit impact travelling with CBD oil?
It’s a common question that many CBD users planning to travel ask: ‘Can you take CBD oil on a plane in the UK?’.
Holidays to certain countries require careful packing as items could be illegal there that are acceptable in the UK. One such article that can cause complications is CBD (cannabidiol) oil. An estimated 300,000 people use it in the UK but it’s advisable to think twice before travelling with it in your hand luggage, even if it does help settle pre-flight nerves. CBD oil is banned in some countries so it’s best to check restrictions ahead of travel.
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Such soft cheeses include brie, camembert, goat’s cheese, cream cheese and more.
Holidaymakers are much better off packing any soft cheeses in their hold luggage to avoid confiscation.