IS IT LEGAL TO TRAVEL WITH CANNA OILS BCP??
I received a great email this week asking if there will be any issues travelling overseas with Canna Oils BCP?
Firstly, there are a few things we need to know, so let’s recap.
BCP is the synonym for Beta Caryophyllene and simply put it is a food additive found in plants that can activate the Endocannabinoid System (ECS).
Beta Caryophyllene is a chemical compound in the terpene family. Terpenes are common compounds found in plants that are responsible for the smell, taste and essence of the plant. Each one also produces specific health benefits.
It’s always good to remember that Canna Oils BCP is a terpene NOT a cannabinoid. Cannabinoids are definitely illegal in most countries.
There is no law that classifies terpenes as a prohibited substance in Australia. Terpenes can be bought without a prescription. As long as your terpenes are not derived from cannabis, you’re good with the law.
However, if your terpenes are derived from cannabis, then you may face trouble with the law in Australia.
So great news – Canna Oils BCP is extracted from either black pepper or cloves!!
BCP oils for travelling overseas. Is it okay? Of course, every country will have it’s own regulations, but as a general rule, terpenes that are not extracted from cannabis do not attract attention.
BCP oils for travelling overseas are not illegal but are also not legal in all countries. If you’re traveling outside of the United States, it’s best to check with your local embassy or consulate before trying any BCP oil products.
As always, check with your airline if you are concerned at all.
Phew, it’s good to know that you can continue using your Canna Oils BCP even when travelling on holidays!
So happy travels where ever you may go!
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