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Medical Cannabis

Cannabis Initial Evaluation

$200

Come meet with one of our expert QMPs to evaluate whether you are a candidate for medical cannabis. Money back guarantee.
Cannabis Renewal

$125

Quick and easy process, complete from home and qualify for a year.

Although Marijuana is not yet approved by the FDA, more than two thirds of U.S. states and the District of Columbia have approved marijuana for medical treatment, and many more are proposing bills to do the same.


Qualifying conditions under the Utah Medical Cannabis Act are listed below:


  • HIV or acquired immune deficiency syndrome

  • Alzheimer's disease

  • amyotrophic lateral sclerosis

  • cancer

  • cachexia

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

    • pregnancy

    • cannabis-induced cyclical vomiting syndrome

    • cannabinoid hyperemesis syndrome

  • Crohn’s disease or ulcerative colitis

  • epilepsy or debilitating seizures

  • multiple sclerosis or persistent and debilitating muscle spasms

  • post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) that is being treated and monitored by a licensed health therapist and that:

    • has been diagnosed by a healthcare provider by the Veterans Administration and documented in the patient's record; or

    • has been diagnosed or confirmed by evaluation from a psychiatrist, masters prepared psychologist, a masters prepared licensed clinical social worker, or a psychiatric APRN

  • autism

  • a terminal illness when the patient's life expectancy is less than six months

  • a condition resulting in the individual receiving hospice care

  • a rare condition or disease that affects less than 200,000 individuals in the U.S., as defined in federal law, and that is not adequately managed despite treatment attempts using conventional medications (other than opioids or opiates) or physical interventions

  • persistent pain lasting longer than two weeks that is not adequately managed, in the qualified medical provider's opinion, despite treatment attempts using conventional medications other than opioids or opiates or physical interventions

  • acute pain that is expected to last for 2 weeks or longer for an acute condition, including a surgical procedure, for which a medical professional may generally prescribe opioids for a limited duration

  • Note: Patients with medical conditions not listed in the law may petition the Compassionate Use Board for a medical cannabis card, which will review complete petitions and recommend eligibility on a case-by-case basis. LMPs are unable to submit to the Compassionate Use Board. 


Cannabis Initial Pre/Post Instructions

To prepare for your appointment, please do the following:

Register for your medical card with the state:

  • Review qualifying medical conditions (see below)

  • Apply for your card online at http://medicalcannabis.utah.gov. You can view detailed instructions here.  You must register for a Utah State ID prior to applying for a card!

  • Your status must be “Awaiting Certification” prior to your appointment.  Call us if you need help or have any questions!

After your appointment, your provider will submit your paperwork to the state. This is typically done on the same day as your appointment. Once complete your status will change to “Awaiting Payment”.


Instructions for making your payment:

  • Log in to the EVS and navigate to your patient profile

  • Hover over Tracking Inbox in the top left-hand corner of your screen and click Patient  (not New Patient)

  • Click your name

  • Click the gray “Payment” tab (below the blue status bar and above your information)

  • Ensure your browser’s pop-up blockers are disabled

  • Click ‘+New,’ then ‘Click Here to Make Payment.’

  • A new window will open

  • Enter your payment information and submit

  • Once you receive a confirmation, you will be automatically redirected back to the EVS

  • Hover over Tracking Inbox in the top left-hand corner of your screen and click Patient  (not New Patient)

  • Click your name

  • View your profile, where your status will have changed to ‘Renewal Completed’ or  ‘Awaiting State Review.’ 

  • If your status is “Renewal Completed” or “Awaiting State Review,” you are finished. You  wait for us to approve your card. Wait for your confirmation email that your card has  been renewed.

After your payment has been completed the state will typically email your card within a few business days.  We will reach out to you 3-4 weeks prior to your expiration and offer to book your renewal.


Additional resources:






The cost of getting your medical card is $200 for your initial evaluation followed by $125 for each annual renewal.  The state also includes a $15 fee for registration. If you require submission for compassionate use (you are under 21 or do not meet a qualifying condition) there is an extra $150 charge.


We have partnered with WholesomeCo to offer you a $225 credit towards your first order.  WholesomeCo is one of Utah’s best Medical Cannabis pharmacies, with great pharmacists available to answer all your questions, and a seamless online ordering and free delivery service.


Initial Evaluation ($200): This appointment must be completed in person.  The state has recently changed the rules and an initial evaluation is now good for 1 year.


Renewal ($125): This appointment can be done via telehealth if done by the same initial provider


Expired Renewal ($200): This appointment can be done via telehealth.


Renewal Transfer ($125): This appointment must be completed in person.  Although it is similar work to an initial appointment, we charge $125


Cannabis Pharmacies:

https://medicalcannabis.utah.gov/pharmacies/pharmacy-locations/


* Note: Patients may use an FSA or HSA to pay for their evaluations





Educational Resources:

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Cannabis Consumption Methods in Utah


Everything You Need to Know about Live Resin Vape Cartridges


A Comprehensive Guide to Using THC for Pain Management


Cannabis and PTSD: What You Need to Know


What are Cannabis Edibles?



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