Heading out of town? Now your cannabis can come along, too.
In an update to its website’s “What Can I Bring?” section, the Travel Security Administration clarified that Food and Drug Administration-approved hemp products like certain CBD medications are now allowed in both carry-on and checked bags.
The clarified language was quietly posted Sunday.
In the past, TSA did not differentiate between marijuana and other hemp derivatives and warned that cannabis products wouldn’t be allowed in carry-on bags or checked luggage.
Marijuana Moment, a marijuana policy blog, first reported the update_
In December the $867 billion federal Farm Bill, among other things, classified hemp as an agricultural commodity and took it off the federal controlled substances list. Hemp, a form of the cannabis plant, contains only trace amounts of THC – the naturally occurring component in marijuana that produces a high. Cannabinoid oil, or CBD, can be extracted