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Common conditions cannabis recommended for include
- Alzheimer's Disease (AD)
- ALS aka Lou Gehrig's Disease
- Chronic Pain
- Crohn's Disease
- Debilitating Seizures
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Persistent, Debilitating Muscle Spasms
- Persistant, Severe Nausea
- Ulcerative Colitis
- Terminal Illness
- A Rare Condition that Affests Less than 200K US Citizens
- Any Condition Approved by Compassion Board
Frequently Asked Questions
Medical marijuana certificate on its own = $199 at Leafwell.co for the first 90 day certificate. The second certificate is also $199, and lasts 6 months. The third renewel certificate is $99, and lasts 1 year.
State application fee = Patient Card (initial): $15
Patient Card (first 90-day renewal): $5
Patient Card (six-month renewal): $15
Caregiver Card (primary patient initial): $68.25
Caregiver Card (secondary patient initial) $15
Caregiver Card (first renewal): No charge
Caregiver Card (primary patient subsequent renewals): $14
Caregiver Card (secondary patient subsequent renewals): $5
In Utah, the following conditions may qualify you for a medical marijuana certificate and card:
ALS aka Lou Gehrig’s Disease
Persistent, Debilitating Muscle Spasms
Persistant, Severe Nausea
A Rare Condition that Affests Less than 200K US Citizens
Any Condition Approved by Compassion Board
Telemedicine for medical cannabis is legal in Utah. Therefore Leafwell’s services are accessible via telehealth in Utah.
There are four simple steps to seeing a Leafwell provider in Utah to obtain your medical marijuana card:
1. First, you will need to create an account with the Utah Medical Cannabis Program. The address is id.utah.gov. Then you will need to complete your Electronic Verification – click here to watch a video which will help with both steps.
2. Create a Leafwell account using a valid email address and choosing a password. You’ll then be asked to complete a brief questionnaire of personal and health information and to either take or upload a photograph of identification (Leafwell is required by law to verify your identity). You will need a smartphone, computer, or tablet with a reliable internet connection and a working camera to be seen by a Leafwell provider.
3. Next, you will be taken to the virtual waiting room where you’ll be connected Leafwell provider for a video chat (i.e., a virtual doctor’s visit). (You will receive a text message to your cell phone when the provider is ready to see you.) During the video chat, the provider will assess your health situation to determine if you qualify for a medical marijuana certification. If you are approved, your physician will submit your certificate directly to the Utah Medical Cannabis Program
4. Return to your account with the Utah Medical Cannabis Program to pay for your card.
Leafwell requires the following documents for your online visit:
– Photo ID (e.g., driver’s permit/license, state ID, or U.S. passport)
– Proof of address (e.g., utility bill, mortgage, rental lease, bank statement)
– Medical records (e.g. patient history, doctor’s notes, prescription information/history, imaging/scan results)
You must be at least 21 years of age in order to apply for a Medical Marijuana Card in Utah. 18 – 20 year-olds may qualify if the Compassionate Use Board recommends approval (e.g. terminal or chronic illnesses). Caregivers must be 21 years of age.
In Utah, you can get a medical marijuana card for a minor with parental/guardian consent. Medical marijuana has been proven to be effective for many conditions suffered by children. The Leafwell providers understand this and frequently work with parents to help them get their children the medical care they need.
Yes, medical marijuana patients in Utah can have a caregiver. To apply as a caregiver, follow this process:
1. Current medical cannabis patient designates caregiver online.
2. Review the EVS user guide and apply online for a medical cannabis card.
3. Pay medical cannabis card application fee online.
4. Caregiver completes background check forms.
5. Utah Department of Health (UDOH) reviews medical cannabis card application.
6. Receive medical cannabis card.
7. Purchase medical cannabis from a medical cannabis pharmacy.
We currently cannot offer renewals for Utah patients. However, we hope this will change soon.
Utah medical marijuana certificates are valid for 90 days. When you use Leafwell to obtain your certificate, we’ll send you a reminder email one month before your card is due to expire to make sure you have plenty of time to submit your renewal application.
In Utah, you can possess the following amounts with a valid MMJ Card:
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
If you have a medical marijuana card or certificate letter, you can buy cannabis in Utah at a licensed dispensary or use a licensed delivery service.
Some states accept out-of-state Medical Marijuana Cards. This is called reciprocity. The following states accept out-of-state medical cannabis cards:
– Alaska ^
– Arkansas *
– California ^
– Colorado ^
– Hawaii *
– Oklahoma *
– Oregon ^
– Puerto Rico
– Washington ^
– Washington D.C.
States marked with * require visitors to complete a visiting patient application for the duration of their stay.
States marked with ^ have adult use programs but do not accept out of state cards.
Registration to the Utah medical marijuana program is mandatory. However, this database is not visible to the public.
Here is an overview of the medical marijuana laws in Utah:
2015 – Senate Bill 259 was a proposed by Senator Mark B. Madsen (Republican, Saratoga Springs) with eight working days left in the legislative session. The bill was defeated in the Senate on a 15–14 vote, with several senators citing the relative rush behind the bill as the reason for their no vote.
2016 – Senator Madsen again attempted to pass legislation legalizing the use of medical cannabis through Senate Bill 73. The bill eventually passed the Senate 17-12.
2018 – In February 2018, the Utah House of Representatives passed HB 195, a bill to legalize the “right to try” and grow medical marijuana plants for terminally ill patients.
On November 6, 2018, The Utah Medical Cannabis Act was passed as ballot Proposition 2. Provisions must be set by the state for dispensaries to open by January 2021.
On December 3, 2018, the Utah Legislature passed HB3001, amending the Utah Medical Cannabis Act as passed through Proposition 2. The Governor signed HB3001 into law later the same day, causing it to go into immediate effect.
Yes, we do. All of the doctors who work with Leafwell are licensed physicians within Utah and experienced medical marijuana doctors. We’re committed to working with physicians who understand the value of medical cannabis and can help people interested in trying medical marijuana and providing medical support and guidance.
No, you cannot cultivate marijuana in Utah even if you have an MMJ Card.
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