While medical marijuana is still a schedule 1 drug according to the DEA, even the TSA is loosening their stance against the drug under a wave of legalization and proof that medical marijuana is a useful treatment. Unfortunately, it is not a simple lifting of a ban. The TSA now allows products that contain hemp-derived CBD and medications approved specifically by the FDA that contain CBD. They are now allowed in carry on luggage and checked bags. Of course, agents are allowed to check every medication and must report anything suspicious, so there is always a risk of delay or confiscation if you bring medications like this with you. Hopefully, soon this somewhat sensible policy will be updated again to allow full traveling rights to those who need to bring medical marijuana with them. What do you think? Are there reasons medical marijuana should not be allowed while traveling?