Question: Is It Legal To Import CBD Oil?

No.

CBD (cannabidiol) is illegal to import into the US, despite whether it contains any THC.

CBD is defined in a recently issued Final Rule drug code as being a “marijuana extract” under the federal Controlled Substances Act.

Can I import CBD oil into us?

Under this authority, USDA is providing an alternative way for the safe importation of hemp seeds into the United States. Products containing THC, the hallucinogenic substance in marijuana, are illegal to import. Products that do not cause THC to enter the human body are therefore legal products.

What states have legalized CBD oil?

Also, 14 states have enacted CBD-explicit medical laws. And, according to Armentano, all cannabis products, including marijuana and medical CBD, are illegal in Idaho, South Dakota, and Nebraska.

Can you take CBD oil on a plane?

Technically, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) states on its website that, “possession of marijuana and cannabis infused products, such as cannabidiol (CBD) oil, is illegal under federal law.” Meaning, per the TSA rules, you aren’t allowed to bring CBD in a carry on or checked bag.