As the legalization of marijuana continues to spread across the United States, more and more people are turning to THC vape pens as a discreet and convenient way to consume cannabis. However, with strict TSA regulations in place, many travelers are left wondering whether it is legal to bring their THC vape on a plane.
Flying with CBD Vapes/Devices
The rules for CBD and cannabis vaping devices are the same as those used for nicotine. There is one major difference: cannabis products like flower and THC oil cartridges cannot be carried on planes. It is not possible to take CBD products through TSA checkpoints, even if they contain less than 0.3% THC.
TSA does not specifically search for illegal drugs. Their policy is to hand over any suspicious items to airport security. Most cases, airport security falls under the jurisdiction of the local police. It is best to avoid bringing it on board a plane. Epidiolex is an FDA-approved medication for seizure disorders. This is the only exception.
You can fly with an empty vape pen or vaporizers, provided they are free from any cannabis residue. You would need to clean the entire device from the inside out. It’s best to leave the device alone if you think that your dog might be sniffing for cannabis. In some countries, even a clean device may be considered illegal contraband.
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