Since California voters passed Proposition 64 legalizing cannabis, “Marijuana farms” have been popping up all over the state. So called “grow Houses” up to 50,000 square feet are saturating the market with cannabis based products. This over abundance of product, has essentially drove down prices to a point where, the real money to be made is outside of California.
That brings us to the question of getting the product across country, specifically, via air transportation.
Now if you remember, we stated in a recent article LAX is OK with Marijuana, LAX had recently announced that it will permit travelers to bring small amounts of legal marijuana through security in their carry-on bags. (must be 21 years of age or older to legally possess up to 28.5 grams of marijuana and 8 grams of concentrated marijuana for personal consumption).
But, just because it’s legal in California, cannabis is still illegal under federal law. And, boarding a plane with
So before you decide to take your “medicine” onboard your next flight or, get try to find out if you “grass is greener on the other side of the U.S.”, please take a few minuets to read our article on Marijuana in carry-ons and the Adult Use of Marijuana Act. That way you will know all of the rules and/or