Hemp Registry

Under House Bill 3001, passed by Utah lawmakers on December 3, 2018, legal possession of hemp extract, or CBD oil, containing less than .3% tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) no longer requires a hemp extract registration card.  Therefore, the Utah Department of Health no longer issues or renews hemp extract registration cards.

Although a card is no longer required to possess hemp extract containing less than .3% THC in Utah, those who cultivate, process, or sell these products must be licensed by the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food.

To learn more about legal cultivation, processing, or selling of hemp extract in Utah, visit http://www.ag.utah.gov/cannabis-information.html.