Is Delta 9 Legal In Utah?

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Yes, hemp-derived Delta-9 THC is legal in Utah. This can range from full spectrum CBD to our Select Spectrum Cocoa Squares which contain 300mg of hemp-derived Delta-9 THC. 

Want to learn more? Below you’ll find everything you need to know about Delta-9 and its legality in Utah.

Is Delta 9 THC Legal to Buy in Utah?

First we’re going to address what you’re probably wondering—is Delta 9 THC legal in Utah? The answer is yes!

As of this writing, all cannabinoids, including derivatives, and isomers of hemp, are legal in Utah. Marijuana, or “weed,” as you may know it, is only legal for medical purposes in Utah. 

For a time, hemp-extracts were only legal in Utah for those with certain medical conditions and it required a card. Then, the 2018 Farm Bill legalized hemp and all hemp-derived cannabinoids on a federal level. Afterwards, Utah repealed its card requirement. 

So does this mean that you can buy Delta 9 products online in Utah? Yes you can. Below, you can see for yourself the laws relating to hemp-derived products in Utah:




58-37-4.3. Exemption for use or possession of hemp extract.

As used in this section, "hemp extract" means an extract from a cannabis plant, or a 114 mixture or preparation containing cannabis plant material, that:

(a) is composed of less than 0.3% tetrahydrocannabinol by weight;

(b) is composed of at least [15%] 5% cannabidiol by weight; and

(c) contains no other psychoactive substance.

(Full Bill)


Hemp extract registration card -- Application -- Fees -- Database. 

The department shall issue a hemp extract registration card to an individual who:

 (a) is at least 18 years of age; 

(b) is a Utah resident; 

(c) provides the department with a statement signed by a neurologist that: indicates that the individual:

(A) suffers from intractable epilepsy; and 

(B) may benefit from treatment with hemp extract; and is consistent with a record from the neurologist, concerning the individual, contained in the database described in Subsection (8); 

(d) pays the department a fee in an amount established by the department under Subsection (5); and 

(e) submits an application to the department, on a form created by the department, that contains:

 (i) the individual's name and address; 

(ii) a copy of the individual's valid photo identification; and 

(iii) any other information the department considers necessary to implement this chapter

(Full Bill)


Title 26, Chapter 56, Hemp Extract Registration Act, is repealed January 1,  2019.

(Full Bill)

What’s Delta 9 THC?

Did you know that there are over 113 cannabinoids that can be derived from hemp? Scientists have been exploring hemp for years, yet the three most sought cannabinoids are:

  • CBD
  • Delta-8 THC
  • Delta-9 THC

Delta 9 THC (Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol) is a common cannabinoid located in both hemp and marijuana plants. 

What’s the Difference Between Delta-8 and Delta-9?

As of this writing, Delta-8 THC is illegal under Utah state law. However, Delta-9 from hemp is fully legal. 

Delta 8 THC and Delta 9 THC are identical in their chemical makeup. However, they have one major difference. 

Delta 9 has a link called a “double-bond”, located within its ninth carbon chain. Delta 8’s double-bond, however, is located on its eighth carbon chain. Even though this seems only minor, it poses real significance. Because the bond’s location directly determines the effect it has on a person’s body.

What Are the Effects of Delta 9 THC?

For most, cannabinoids deliver different experiences that vary, because everyone reacts to chemicals in their own way. After consuming Delta-9, cannabis enthusiasts have reported feeling:

  • Euphoria
  • Relaxation
  • Calmness
  • “The giggles” 
  • Connectedness
  • Comfort
  • Increased appetite 

Remember, depending on the dosage you take, you may have various experiences. If you’re trying Delta-9 products for the first time, we recommend starting with a smaller dosage and working your way up depending on how you feel.

Can You Buy Delta 9 in Utah?

Now that we’ve taken a closer look, you’re probably interested in buying Delta 9 in Utah. If so, we can direct you in the right direction. 

Whether you’re doing your shopping in-store or online, Delta-9 is available for purchase from qualified retailers in Utah. Hemp-derived products, including those containing Delta-9 THC, can be shipped right to your door in a discreet manner. You must be 21 years or older to buy Delta 9 or other hemp products in Utah.

Products containing THC deriving from marijuana cannot be shipped. However, products with hemp-derived cannabinoids can be shipped legally across state lines. 

Where to Buy Legal Delta 9 THC in Utah

So, where can you buy Delta 9 THC gummies in Utah? You can find hemp-derived Delta-9 products at your local hemp store or smoke shop, and if you have bought full spectrum CBD in the past, then you’ve already purchased Delta 9 THC. 

Shopping for hemp in-person can take time and you risk showing up without your favorite products in stock, but don’t worry. You can purchase hemp-derived Delta-9 products online. 

When buying Delta-9 online, you will receive fast-shipping as well as reliable customer service that can be contacted with a click of a button. Feel free to reach out to one of our representatives today to address any questions or concerns you may have. 

Is Delta 9 Safe?

Delta 9-THC is generally safe, but you should always use it responsibly. Keep in mind, it is illegal to drive a vehicle and operate heavy machinery after you have consumed THC, so make sure you don’t plan on going anywhere after consumption. 

Consuming too much THC at one time may make you feel “overwhelmed.” Keeping a moderate consumption level is key for the ideal experience with our products, so avoid overindulging. 

If you think you took too much THC and are feeling uncomfortable, try some relaxing activities that you enjoy. We recommend listening to music or watching a movie.

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