Cannabis remains illegal to import or export across the Canadian border

Cannabidiol oil, or CBD, is generating a lot of buzz in the world of alternative medicine and many Canadians are buying in. Although it is now legal to possess 30 grams of cannabis while travelling from province to province in Canada, it remains illegal to leave or enter Canada or the U.S. with cannabis. This applies regardless of whether the cannabis is owned for recreational or medicinal purposes.

Federal authorities say CBD oil, which is widely available at head shops and online, is indeed illegal without a medical marijuana prescription.

Holding a medical prescription for cannabis does not authorize its export or importation into Canada.

From the previously written, we would like to highlight that by-product of Cannabis including, but not limited to THC and CBD in any form are prohibited from cross-border shipping.

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