Summer is over, and soon, two of the most joyful and stressful holidays will be here. Thanksgiving and Christmas can be a difficult time for people with anxiety, depression, or other mental health disorders. Having a plan in place and coping strategies ready to go can mean the difference between a very merry Christmas or the most horrible time of the year. For many people, their self-care will include CBD oil, gummies, hemp flower, or other CBD products. Whether if you are traveling to see distant relatives or planning a much needed escape to somewhere warm, it’s important to know restrictions and regulations for traveling with CBD products. It’s also important to note that individual carriers and company’s policies on CBD products are subject to change. Check with their customer support directly before your trip, and keep relevant paperwork handy, including a lab report showing the THC level. Also, do not use CBD products while driving. Save your CBD products for the destination or the comfort of your own home. Plane The TSA allows for CBD products with less than 0.3 percent THC in either checked luggage or carry-on. However, airports do not permit smoking or vaping indoors, and airlines do not allow smoking or vaping while on the plane. This isn’t a problem if you don’t plan on using it during the flight, but if you are anxious about flying, you might want to pack some gummies in your carry-on bag. Bus According to Greyhound’s website, smoking is prohibited on the bus. There are frequently scheduled stops, where passengers can smoke or vape outside the bus. Unfortunately, there is a broadly written rule, which can be found on the website under “A few dos and don’ts,” which prohibits “alcohol [and] drugs.” This rule includes any bags stored under the bus. Confusion over CBD products and their legality have also led to some problems with bus services, including users having their products confiscated. Also, any glass pipes or rigs need to be stored under the bus. Train Amtrak allows for medicine and food to be carried on board. CBD products are not explicitly prohibited or permitted, but on their website, it reads that, “Amtrak personnel may determine if an item not mentioned in this list is prohibited.” Essentially, it is up to Amtrak employee’s discretion, and that might be more of a chance that travelers are willing to take. Cruise Ships Several major cruise ship lines, including Royal Caribbean and Disney Cruise Line, have rules forbidding CBD products on board. Since rules and regulations are ever changing, confirm with the cruise line whether CBD products are allowed on-board or allowed only on certain voyages. Make It Easy Arete Hemp wants to make it easier for you, so your favorite CBD products are waiting for you when you arrive at your destination. We offer free shipping on all orders over $100 anywhere in the United States, and shipments include lab reports and a notice to authorities. Also, be sure to check all local and federal laws, especially if your travel plans are taking you outside of the United States. Readers, we want to hear from you! Do you have experience traveling with CBD products? Will you bring CBD products with you for holiday travel this year? Leave a comment below!