CBD is very new to the marketplace and its classification could change at anytime. Currently, it is not classified as a drug although CBD is an ingredient in the drug Epidiolex which is used to treat seizures. At the present time, CBD is not FDA approved to treat, cure, diagnose, or prevent any condition.
FAQ Category: Legal CBD FAQs
Legal CBD FAQ
Can I carry Broad Spectrum CBD oil through an airport?
Yes. Feel relieved knowing broad-spectrum CBD can be taken on a plane. The TSA recently announced that CBD products that contain less than .3% THC can legally be brought on airplanes.
Is CBD legal in the United States?
Per the passing of the Farm Bill Act of 2018, CBD products containing less than .3% THC are legal in all 50 states. The Wellest premium line of zero THC products can be shipped legally anywhere in the country. However, CBD oil that’s made from marijuana, with high levels of THC, can only be purchased in states with programs for medical marijuana by holders of medical marijuana cards.