CBD oil has many uses, and recently, brands have started to incorporate it into a wide range of products. You can buy CBD Gummy Bears and skincare products that contain CBD, and even some dog treats now have CBD in them to calm our anxious 4-legged friends. Due to the changes in the law, more people are open to buying CBD products. If you have a travel bug or are living nomadically while working remote, you might wonder if it's okay to bring along your CBD items during your trips. Questions like "Are CBD-infused products allowed in airports?" and "Can I bring my CBD oil?" are very common. Due to recent changes in the law after the 2018 Farm Bill, also known as the Agriculture Improvement Act of 2018, traveling and crossing state lines with CBD is federally legal. But there 3 catches to watch out for we'll explain here - make sure the CBD in your products was extracted from hemp (not marijuana), has a dosage of THC under the legal limit, and the place you're traveling to allows CBD.