Traveling with Medications
When traveling with prescription or over-the-counter medications:
- Pack the medications in your carry-on luggage in their original, labeled containers to facilitate airport security and customs screening procedures.
- Prescription medication is exempted from liquid restrictions but must be presented to the screening officer separately from your carry-on luggage, alongside a copy of the original prescription form.
- Each medication must be stored in its original manufacturer package and must not be combined with others in a single container.
- Prescription medications known to be used by drug abusers must be accompanied by a prescription form indicating its purpose to be presented to the security officer.
Admitting Prescription and Over-the-Counter Medications to Jordan
Passengers are permitted to admit a single course or 90-day supply - whichever is less based on the directions for use - of treatment or over-the-counter drugs. The medication must be for your own use or for the use of a person traveling with you and for whom you are responsible. The medication must be shipped or carried in hospital or pharmacy-dispensed packaging, in the original retail packaging or have the original label attached that clearly indicates what the product is and what it contains.