There are no universal rules for flying or traveling with CBD since laws vary from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.
What is one of the best things to do when you are going to travel with CBD? Look up the laws of the state you are traveling to! Do your best to thoroughly research the laws regarding CBD and hemp products.
While CBD is now legal at the federal level (within limit), state-to-state laws may vary. Each state has their own laws regarding the sale of CBD products. As well as possession of CBD products, and percentage of THC allowed in those products.
Most states that allow recreational or medical marijuana allow CBD as well, but some states require a prescription for CBD.
CBD is a compound found in the hemp plant that has numerous health benefits. But unlike THC (the component in marijuana that makes you feel high), it does not alter your mental state.
CBD is great for treating anxiety, pain, inflammation, seizures, and numerous other ailments. Some people use it daily for chronic pain relief. So it makes sense that they would want to bring it along on a vacation.
Many people are left wondering if they can bring CBD on a plane with them.
TSA states CBD products containing less than .3 percent THC or is FDA approved, is legal to fly with. Newer CBD products and not understanding the differences between CBD and THC, may create trouble at the airport. And you may be asked a lot of questions.
Help keep travel easy by keeping CBD products in the original packaging that states all ingredients.
CBD oil and tinctures must comply with the TSA rules regarding liquids. TSA states that carry-on liquids must be no more than 3.5 ounces (or 100 ml). Otherwise, they must go in a checked bag.
There are exceptions to this rule for medications, but you will likely need a printout of your prescription. If your bottle is larger, you may want to check it in with your luggage. Keep in mind, this would not be accessible during the flight.
There are no similar restrictions on gummies. So these may be the preferred option if you need to take CBD mid-flight for pain or travel jitters.
Our Cali-Born Dreams Gummy Bears are a great option for air travel. Not only does it come packaged in its own container. But, it is easily accessible, and would not be as messy as a tincture in your bag.
Unfortunately, flying internationally can be more restricting because CBD and hemp products are not legal in every country. When traveling out of the United States, be sure you know the laws of the country you are flying to. Including legal THC percentages.
Some countries may only allow you to possess CBD products with lower THC concentrations than are legal here. If you are unsure of your destination’s rules, leave your CBD products at home. So you don’t risk getting in trouble.
If you are flying in the United States, however, make sure you follow all the regulations and state rules. So you can continue to enjoy your CBD products on your vacation and travels, and avoid any frustrations.
Wine and weed pairing has become quite popular in the 420-friendly community in recent years. The buzz from alcohol and the high from marijuana are two unique experiences that can be better together when properly orchestrated. Read how you can pair different wine with marijuana strains or terpenes.
When you pair wine and food, a balance of complementary flavors is typically the guiding principle. With wine and weed, you’re going to want to focus heavily on terpenes and desired high.
Terpenes are aromatic compounds that are emitted from different plants and organic substances. Cannabis has terpenes that give it the strong odor that makes it so easily recognizable. Wine also has a very strong smell from the terpenes in fermented grapes.
The art of pairing wine and marijuana comes from choosing combinations with complementary terpenes.
Just like there are many flavors of wine, there are many strains of marijuana that are unique in terms of taste and experience.
There is no right or wrong with when pairing wine and marijuana, but there are a few combos that experts suggest.
Check out these combinations to see what your favorite type of wine or cannabis strain pairs best with.
Rosés are often paired with subtle floral strains. Bubba Kush, an Indica strain, is considered the perfect match to Rosé.
Cinderella 99 is a hybrid strain that is also a close pal of Rosé. It is said to offer a “spacey” high, making it the perfect relaxation combo
Cabernet Sauvignon is a dry red wine. A nice red goes particularly well with Indica-Sativa hybrids.
Sunset Sherbert is a hybrid that is great to match with a glass of Cab. The reason for this is that Cabernet has a relatively high alcohol content so the transitional high that comes with a hybrid activates all of your senses in the best way possible.
Having a celebratory flute of bubbly? A strain with citrusy terpenes is a great option to pair with champagne.
For a more chill body high, you’ll want to go with an Indica strain like Sensi Star or White Rhino. If you’re looking to be more alert and in the mood to party, a Sativa strain is more appropriate. Lemon Haze and Super Lemon Haze are good options.
If wine and weed pairing feels a bit overwhelming to you, do not fret. You’re not alone. Finding the perfect balance of aromas and flavors can be a bit daunting when you’re new to the game or if you have a lot of options to choose from.
Lucky for you, some places actually offer wine and weed tours. Marijuana and wine combos are curated to please your palate. This eliminates the need to experiment to find the right pair because an expert does it all for you.
Wine tours are among the first excursions that have brought the cannabis tourism industry to life.
If you are a lover of wine, weed or both, we recommend pairing the two. Whether you learn how to pair marijuana and wine yourself or you decide to do a tasting with a pro, you’re in store for a wonderful experience.
We hope you find the perfect Mary Jane and wine combo for your preferences!