Bringing powder on a plane might make you nervous, as you probably expect to receive all kinds of questions from the TSA.
But you can bring creatine on a plane in both your carry on and checked bags, though there are a few things you should know, so the process goes as smoothly as possible.
Can You Bring Creatine on a Plane?
Carry on Bags
According to TSA regulations, you can bring creatine on a plane in your carry on bag, but it may require additional screening.
Additional screening is necessary when the creatine is in a container that is greater than 12oz/350ml.
If the creatine you want to bring exceeds this amount, the container may also be opened to be inspected by TSA officers.
You can bring creatine on a plane in your checked bags – and it is actually recommended for your convenience, so you can go through airport security more quickly.
Can You Bring Pre-Mixed Creatine on a Plane?
You can bring pre-mixed creatine on a plane, but as it will contain liquid, the 3-1-1 Rule applies.
The 3-1-1 Rule prohibits passengers from bringing any liquids (as well as gels and aerosols) in containers larger than 3.4oz/100ml through airport security.
If you want to bring pre-mixed creatine on a plane, we recommend mixing the powder after you have passed airport security.
Pre-mixed creatine can be packed in your checked bags with no restrictions.
Can You Bring Creatine Capsules on a Plane?
You can bring creatine capsules on a plane in both your carry on and checked bags with no quantity restrictions.
Can You Bring Creatine on International Flights?
You shouldn’t have any problem bringing creatine on international flights.
There is some misinformation online that states Creatine is banned in France, but this isn’t the case.
Just keep in mind that you will be traveling with a white powder, so it would be a good idea to ensure that the creatine is stored in a clearly labeled container.
Can You Drink Creatine on a Plane?
You can drink creatine on a plane without running into any issues.
You can mix creatine after you have passed airport security and bring it onto a plane, or wait until you are on the plane and ask the flight attendant for a beverage to mix it with.
How to Pack Creatine for Flying
To make the process of bringing creatine on a plane as simple as possible, we recommend the following.
- If the creatine container is greater than 12oz/350ml, you should pack it in your checked bag for convenience.
- If packed in your carry on, make sure that the creatine container is easily accessible, as you will need to place it in a separate bin for screening.
- If packed in your carry on, you can leave the creatine in its original packaging or place it in a Ziploc bag.
- If packed in a Ziploc bag, make sure to double bag in case the bag tears.
Can You Bring Protein Powder on a Plane?
According to TSA regulations, you are allowed to bring protein powder on a plane in both your carry on and checked bags.
Again, if the protein powder you want to bring is greater than 12oz/350ml, it will require additional screening.
Can You Bring SARMs on a Plane?
As SARMs are legal on a federal level, you can pack it in both your carry on and checked bags.
As SARMs is usually sold in liquid form, keep in mind that if packed in your carry on, it must not exceed 3.4oz/100ml.
Can You Bring Metamucil on a Plane?
According to TSA regulations, you can pack Metamucil in both your carry on and checked bags, though the same rules apply when it comes to containers greater than 12oz/350ml.
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Robert is a seasoned flyer who knows more about commercial air travel than practically anyone else out there due to the time he has spent at airports and on planes over the years for work.