Can protein supplements and powders be carried on a plane?

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  1. hayWIR3D

    hayWIR3D ** 40 days, 40 nights cumming to an OT near you **

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    I will flying out this weekend and am trying to find out if this shit is legal so I can take my dosage with me. With all the stupiod fucked up shit going on lately, I thought I heard on the news one day that they are now banning gel substances at airports. Is this the same for supplements such as powder (creatine and whey)?

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    PaddoK Some dolphins get massacred, some dolphins get blo

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    It's legal but check the website of the airline you are flying. They will probably have a list.
     
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    hayWIR3D ** 40 days, 40 nights cumming to an OT near you **

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    Thanks.
     
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    Formz Hipster Santa OT Supporter

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    I flew with a bag of ON last april. They didn't care then. But who knows now that stuff changes so frequently.
     
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    They never say anything about that bags of coke a jam up my asshole so I doubt they will care about some creatine.
     
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