• Utah
  • Medical use: Legal
  • Recreational: No

For now, Utah is a medical-only state. You must be 21 or older and have a qualifying medical condition to apply for a card, which you'll have to renew every six months. Your doctor or state-licensed pharmacist will work with you to determine how much a one-month supply would be to manage your condition, though the max you'll be able to obtain is up to 4 ounces of cannabis flower or 20 grams of THC. Some products are also illegal, including edibles, with consumption limited to methods such as vaping, tablets, capsules, and oils. You are allowed to grow weed as a medical patient, but you can only have up to 113 grams of unprocessed, wet flower at any given time. Unfortunately, Utah also doesn't decriminalize non-medical marijuana use, so you can still get in trouble for weed if you don't have a medical card.

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