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Frequently asked questions

What’s the possession limit for qualifying MMJ patients in Utah?

Smoking cannabis is illegal in Utah, even for medical reasons. However, vaporizing is acceptable. The limits include:

Tablet

Capsule

Concentrated oil

Liquid suspension

Transdermal preparation

Gelatinous cube

Unprocessed cannabis flower in a blister pack containing no more than one gram of flower pods in each individual blister

Wax or resin*

*If a patient fails to substantially respond on two other forms listed, a qualified medical provider may recommend wax or resin.

Smoking of Medical Marijuana is not permitted, but vaporizing (vaping) Medical Marijuana is legal.

The law prohibits any brownies, candies, cookies or other edible products, including unprocessed flowers outside of blister packs.

In any one 12-day period, patients may not purchase more than the lesser of:

An amount sufficient to provide 14 days of treatment based on the dosing parameters that the relevant qualified medical provider (QMP) recommends; or

56 grams of unprocessed cannabis (flower); or
More than a total of 10 grams of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in medicinal form
If a qualifying patient’s primary residence is 100 miles or greater from a medical cannabis pharmacy or local health department:

In any one 28-day period, patients may not purchase more than the lesser of:

An amount sufficient to provide 30 days of treatment based on the dosing parameters that the relevant qualified medical provider (QMP) recommends; or
113 grams of unprocessed cannabis (flower); or
More than a total of 20 grams of tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) in medicinal form