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How do I get a Medical Marijuana Card in Utah?

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Schedule an appointment with a licensed healthcare professional by completing an evaluation form on My MMJ Doctor.

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Our doctor will examine your medical condition during the consultation and determine whether you qualify for a medical cannabis card in Utah. The evaluation typically takes 10-15 minutes.

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Once the registered physician issues a recommendation, you can submit your application to the Utah Department of Health and Human Services. The department will process your application and issue a medical cannabis card to you.

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Cannabis Legalization in Utah

In March 2014, Governor Gary Herbert signed House Bill 105, which legalizes the possession and use of low-THC for patients with epilepsy, with a physician’s recommendation. In 2015, Senator Mark B. Madsen proposed Senate Bill 259 to legalize cannabis for many other medical conditions, including cancer, nausea, and chronic pain. Unfortunately, the bill was not passed. In 2016, Senator Madsen made another attempt to legalize marijuana through Senate Bill 73. This bill included provisions for medical conditions, as well as models for cultivation, tracking, distribution, and enforcement, which were not included in the 2015 bill. However, the bill eventually failed to pass out of committee. In February 2018, the Utah House of Representatives passed HB 195, a bill to legalize the medical use of cannabis for terminally ill patients. On March 21, the Governor signed the bill into law. The Utah Medical Cannabis Act, passed through Proposition 2, was amended by HB3001 on December 3, 2018, and signed into law by the Governor on the same day, making it effective immediately.

Qualifying Medical Conditions for Medical Marijuana Card in Utah

  • Alzheimer’s disease
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Autism
  • Cancer
  • Cachexia
  • Chronic pain
  • Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis
  • Epilepsy
  • Hospice care
  • HIV or acquired immune deficiency syndrome
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Muscle spasms

Persistent nausea that is not significantly responsive to traditional treatment, except for nausea related to:

  • pregnancy
  • cannabis-induced cyclical vomiting syndrome
  • cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Terminal illness when the patient’s life expectancy is less than 6 months

Patients whose medical conditions are not listed may petition the Compassionate Use Board for a medical cannabis card. The board will review complete petitions and recommend eligibility on a case-by-case basis. Doctors are not able permitted to submit to the Compassionate Use Board.

Documents Required for Getting a Medical Cannabis Card in Utah.

  • A valid government-issued ID, such as a driver’s license or passport, to prove your identity and age (must be 21 years or older).
  • Proof of Utah residency, such as a utility bill or lease agreement, to demonstrate that you live in Utah.
  • A recommendation from a licensed physician who is registered with the Utah Medical Cannabis Program certifies that you have a qualifying medical condition for medical cannabis treatment.

Medical Marijuana Possession Limits in Utah.

Registered medical marijuana patients can possess up to 113 grams of cannabis within 30 days. When possessing marijuana outside the home, a patient must carry their state-issued medical cannabis card. Additionally, recreational marijuana is not legal in Utah. Possessing marijuana without a card can cost you hefty fines or jail time.

Who Can Become a Cannabis Caregiver In Utah?

Caregivers provide a valuable service for medical cannabis patients who cannot purchase or manage their treatment plans. A caregiver can buy medical cannabis on behalf of the patient and assist with the patient’s treatment regimen. To become a caregiver, you must meet the following requirements:
  • Be 21 years of age or older
  • Register with the state as a caregiver
  • Be a Utah resident with a valid driver’s license or state identification card
  • Undergo a background check and be approved for the Guardian Card.

What are the Cultivation Limits for Marijuana Plants In Utah?

Currently, the cultivation of marijuana for both medical and recreational purposes is not allowed in Utah.

Benefits of a Utah Medical Marijuana Card.

Obtaining a medical marijuana card in Utah can provide several benefits. Some of these are
Legal Protection
As recreational marijuana is not legal in the state, having a medical marijuana card is the only way to access cannabis in Utah. It allows cardholders to possess and use marijuana without fear of penalties.
Access to verified Cannabis
A medical marijuana card allows patients to purchase medical cannabis products from licensed dispensaries that meet specific quality and safety standards.
More Strain Options
Medical marijuana cardholders can access cannabis with higher concentrations of CBD or THC, benefiting patients seeking relief from severe medical conditions.
Tax Exemption
Medical marijuana products are exempt from taxes in Utah, which can lead to significant cost savings for patients.

Frequently Asked Questions

How old must I get a Medical Cannabis Card in Utah?

You must be 21 to apply for a medical marijuana card in Utah. However, a minor under 21 can also get a medical marijuana card. If a patient is a minor under the age of 21, the application must be reviewed by the Compassionate Use Board. A minor cannot receive medical marijuana in Utah unless their parent or legal guardian qualifies for a medical cannabis guardian card.

What are the requirements for a medical cannabis card in Utah?

The requirements to get a medical marijuana card in Utah include the following:
  • Must be a Utah Resident;
  • Must have a valid State ID
  • Must have at least one qualifying condition;
  • Meet in person with a physician registered with the Utah Department of Health (DOH) and Human Services to recommend medical cannabis.

I don't have a Utah ID. Can I still be a Medical Cannabis patient?

No, all applicants must submit a valid Utah ID to qualify for a medical marijuana card in Utah. What types of Medical Cannabis are Utah patients legally allowed to use?

What types of Medical Marijuana are Utah patients legally allowed to use?

  • Aerosol
  • Capsule
  • Concentrated oil
  • Gelatinous cube
  • Liquid suspension
  • Tablet
  • Transdermal preparation
  • Unprocessed cannabis flower in an opaque tamper-evident and resistant container that contains a quantity that varies no more than 10% from the stated weight at the time of packaging.
  • Wax or resin
  • Medical cannabis devices such as vaping pens warm cannabis material into a vapor without a flame, delivering cannabis to an individual’s respiratory system.
Smoking cannabis is not permitted. The law prohibits candies, cookies, brownies, and other edible products.

What if my medical condition does not qualify for Medical Cannabis in Utah, such as anxiety or depression?

If your medical conditions do not qualify for the Utah medical cannabis card, you can petition the Compassionate Use Board for a medical cannabis card. The board will review your application and decide whether you are eligible for a medical cannabis card in Utah.

Who can recommend Medical Cannabis to a patient in Utah?

To recommend medical marijuana in Utah to a patient, healthcare providers must be licensed to practice marijuana in Utah. They must also have a valid DEA (Drug Enforcement Administration) registration number and be registered with the Utah Department of Health as a Qualified Medical Provider (QMP) for medical cannabis. You can easily contact My MMJ Doctor. Our doctors are licensed to recommend cannabis in Utah.

How long is a Utah medical cannabis card good for?

The patient’s first medical cannabis card is active 6 months from its date (Compassionate Use Board renewal dates may differ). After further, your Utah cannabis card is good for 1 year. Medical cannabis cards are initially valid for one year from the date of issuance. When it’s time to renew, there are two options: a six-month or one-year renewal cycle. To qualify for the one-year renewal cycle, the patient must have used medical cannabis for at least one year. Their physician must determine that they have been stabilized on the treatment. If the physician approves the one-year renewal, the patient won’t need to renew their card again for a year.

Where can a medical cannabis cardholder purchase medical cannabis in Utah?

Medical cannabis cardholders may visit a medical cannabis pharmacy in Utah to purchase products. Many licensed medical cannabis pharmacies operate in Utah and are located throughout the state to provide access to patients in different regions.
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