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If you are new to cannabis, understanding weed measurements is an essential skill to learn when buying weed, cooking with it, and consuming it. In our ultimate guide to weed measurements and costs, we break down the slang terms and cannabis market prices.

When you go to a marijuana dispensary, do you ask the budtender for a certain dollar amount of weed or refer to the cannabis measurements provided? As a cannabis consumer, it's important to understand the unique measuring system and slang commonly used at dispensaries.

You shouldn't have to feel embarrassed about buying cannabis for the first time. You might not even understand when the budtender tells you how much it costs for an ounce of your favorite marijuana strain. And that is OK.

Not everyone will know how to buy weed right off hand, but you can let the bartender know that you are new to cannabis measurements. It might take you time to learn, but always ask questions if you are unsure.

## The Avid Marijuana User

Understanding cannabis measurements can be a learning process. The metric system itself, though it has been around for a while, takes some getting used to. However, you can easily learn it and be ready to make a wise cannabis purchase in no time.

## Various Measuring Systems for Cannabis

Many people in the United States are accustomed to measuring things using the imperial system (feet, inches, pounds, ounces, etc.), but not everyone understands cannabis measurements. Cannabis measurements use the metric system and imperial system. Having an idea of how the systems work will be helpful.

Measurements in pounds and ounces are part of the imperial system and are usually only available for purchase by licensed operators. Dispensaries that use the gram form of cannabis measurements are taken from the international unit system, or the metric system.

Most of the confusion comes from switching from the system of general cannabis measurements and international cannabis measurements.

Common cannabis measurements you will see at dispensaries use the metric system. Cannabis is measured in grams (metric system) but also in ounces (imperial system).

This is the reason why cannabis measurements can be confusing for new users. They are a mixture of different systems of measurement.

To complicate matters, dispensaries round down when converting ounces to grams. For example, one ounce of cannabis is technically 28.35 grams. At a dispensary, one ounce will be rounded down to 28 grams.

## The Cannabis Measurements Lingo

If you are new to the cannabis world, you may not know all the slang words that avid users use. For example, your budtender might refer to weed as Mary Jane, bud, ganja, or chronic, for example.

Other jargons that you might not yet know are eighth, ounce, full O, dime, quarter, dub, and Z. Dime and Dub is another term for $10 or $20 worth of cannabis. An eighth, half or quarter is between 3.5 grams to 14 grams. An ounce, Z or full O is twenty eight grams.

While slang cannabis terms are usually used by black-market dealers instead of budtenders at licensed dispensaries, you may hear these terms being used there, too. Here is a quick primer on common slang terms for cannabis measurements:

- Dime bag – A dime bag refers to a measurement of weed that is $10. It's usually about 1 gram of cannabis.
- Dub sack – A dub sack, also known as 2 grams of cannabis, refers to $20 worth of marijuana.
- A slice – A slice is a term used to describe an eighth of weed (3.5 grams).
- A zip – A zip refers to an ounce of weed (28 grams).

## Cannabis Purchasing Limits

The maximum amount medical or recreational users can buy varies by state, product category, timeframe (daily, 14-day period, monthly, etc.), and even between medical and recreational programs. Generally, medicinal users are able to buy larger amounts of weed at a time compared to recreational users.

It’s important to note the difference between purchasing limits and possession limits. Possession limits are the maximum amount of weed that a user can possess. In some cases, users can possess more weed at home than outside.

Here are a few cannabis purchasing limits from major cannabis markets:

- Arizona
- Medical – 2.5 ounces every 14 days
- Recreational – 1 ounce of flower or 5 grams of concentrates every 14 days

- California
- Medical – 8 ounces of cannabis per day
- Recreational – 1 ounce of cannabis and up tp 8 grams of concentrate per day

- Colorado
- Medical – 2 ounces of cannabis flower per day or 40 grams of concentrate or 20,000 milligrams of edibles
- Recreational – 1 ounce of cannabis flower per day or 8 grams of concentrate or 800 milligrams of edibles

- Nevada
- Medical – 2.5 ounces of cannabis every two weeks
- Recreational – 1 ounce per day

## Cannabis Measurements: Explained

What are the most common weed measurements used at dispensaries?

In a rush? Here's a handy reference guide for common weed measurements:

- One-eighth of an ounce – 3.5 grams
- One-quarter of an ounce – 7 grams
- One-half of an ounce – 14 grams
- One ounce – 28 grams

## 1 Gram of Weed

A gram is the smallest amount you can buy at a dispensary. Grams are a good choice for users who want to try a different strain or those who are not regular users. It can be enough to fill a standard joint or two smaller joints, if you’re the only one smoking. A gram is enough to fill between 2-3 standard pipe or bong bowls.

## Eighth of Weed

An eighth refers to an eighth of an ounce of weed, or 3.5 grams. An eighth is the most popular cannabis quantity and one of the lowest amounts available at dispensaries. For most users, an eighth is enough to last them for a good while (at least a week) before they have to stock up again.

## Quarter of Weed

If someone talks about a quarter of weed, they are referring to a quarter of an ounce, also known as a quad or quarter, weighing about 7 grams. A quarter is equal to two eighths of weed. A quarter ounce is a perfect amount for a large gathering with friends.

## Half Ounce of Weed

A half is short for a half-ounce of cannabis, or 14 grams. A half-ounce, also called half a zip, is equal to two quarters or four eighths. Half ounces and higher weed amounts usually are a better deal than smaller amounts.

## Ounce of Weed

An ounce, also called a zip, refers to 28 grams of cannabis. In most legal states, an ounce is the most you can buy at one time. Buying an ounce of cannabis at a time, if possible, can get users the best bang for their buck compared to buying smaller amounts.

## Quarter Pound of Weed

A quarter-pound, also known as a QP, is not commonly available for cannabis users, only for licensed operators (retailers, processors, etc.). A quarter-pound is equal to four ounces or 112 grams of cannabis. In most states, possession of a quarter pound of cannabis is prohibited.

## Pound of Weed

A pound of weed is not available for purchase by cannabis consumers. Only growers and retailers are able to buy such large quantities. A pound of weed contains 16 ounces of cannabis or 448 grams.

## Cannabis Edibles Measurements

Cannabis-infused edibles are measured in milligrams for the entire package. Some edibles like mints and gummies may list the number of milligrams available per serving. Generally, edibles have a limit of 100 mg of THC.

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## Understanding Cannabis Measurements and Costs

Cannabis products must be properly weighed and labeled to be sold at a medical or recreational dispensary. Cannabis consumers can buy up to a certain amount of cannabis flower, concentrates, and edibles (limits and restrictions vary by state).

Generally, medical patients have higher purchasing limits than recreational users. For example, in California, medical patients can buy up to 8 ounces of cannabis per day compared to 1 ounce of weed for recreational users.

Understanding common weed measurements and your state and local laws can help you get the best cannabis deal in your city and have enough weed for your particular medical or recreational needs.

Common weed measurements include:

- One gram
- Two grams
- 3.5 grams (one-eighth of an ounce)
- 7 grams (one-quarter of an ounce)
- 14 grams (one-half of an ounce)
- 28 grams (1 ounce)
- Quarter-pound of weed (4 ounces or 112 grams)
- Half-pound of weed (8 ounces or 224 grams)
- 1 pound of weed (16 ounces or 448 grams)

The weight of the weed can vary depending on its natural composition. Are the buds light and airy? Are they dense and heavy? Do they have a lot of stems and seeds? All of these elements affect the final weight of the weed.

Cannabis prices vary by state, dispensary, and time of year but are generally more affordable if you buy in bulk.

How much you spend on cannabis depends on various factors, including:

- Frequency of purchase
- Proximity to dispensaries
- State possession and purchasing limits
- Excise tax rate
- Product price

## How Much Weed Do You Need?

The amount of weed you need depends on your medical or recreational needs, consumption method, and budget. For example, first-time users and users who microdose will need considerably less weed at a time compared to medical patients and high-tolerance users who need strong relief from high-cannabinoid products.

To estimate the amount of weed you need, consider your consumption habits. Do you prefer joints, bowls, edibles, or dabs? How often do you consume in a day?

Consider the dose size per use. For example, joints can vary in weight from 0.3 grams or one gram of weed per joint. Knowing how much weed you use and how often can help you get the best deal for your cannabis.

## One Gram of Weed

One gram of weed is the smallest unit of measurement you will be able to buy at a dispensary. One gram of weed is also known as a dime bag. Weed gram prices vary by retailer, state, and country.

Here is the average cost of one gram of high-quality weed in some states (based on September 2020 data):

- California – $9
- Oregon – $7
- Washington – $8
- Nevada – $10
- Arizona – $11
- Colorado – $9
- Alaska – $11
- Illinois – $13
- Michigan – $10
- Vermont – $12
- Massachusetts – $12
- New Jersey – $12
- Maine – $10
- Montana – $10
- Oklahoma – $12
- Utah – $10
- Arkansas – $12
- Louisiana – $13
- Florida – $11
- Pennsylvania – $13
- West Virginia – $13

Keep in mind, buying grams of weed in bulk is more affordable than smaller amounts of marijuana.

## Two Grams of Weed

Two grams of weed is also known as a dub sack.

## One-Eighth of an Ounce

One-eighth of an ounce of weed is 3.5 grams.

## One-Quarter of an Ounce

One-quarter of an ounce of weed is 7 grams.

## Half-Ounce of Weed

A half-ounce of weed, also known as half a zip, is 14 grams.

## One Ounce of Weed

One ounce of marijuana, also referred to as a zip, is 28 grams of weed.

An ounce (28 grams) may be purchased as a single bag of cannabis flower or several eighths, quarters, and half-ounce amounts.

An ounce of cannabis shake can be as low as $40. Higher-quality cannabis ounces can run you about $150 or more in some states.

Here is the average price per ounce of high-quality cannabis (as of October 2020):

- California – $258.51
- Colorado – $241.38
- Washington – $233.93
- Florida – $298.62
- Oregon – $209.99
- Nevada – $271.48
- Michigan – $289.53
- Arizona – $296.58
- Montana – $266.18
- Oklahoma – $342.21

## Quarter-Pound of Weed

A quarter-pound of weed is 4 ounces (112 grams). A quarter-pound of weed and higher is not a common weed measurement for medical or recreational users.

## Half-Pound of Weed

A half-pound of weed is 8 ounces (224 grams).

## One Pound of Weed

One pound of weed is 16 ounces (448 grams).

## Cannabis Concentrate Weed Measurements

Cannabis concentrates, also known as dabs, come in a wide variety of forms, including shatter, crumble, budder, live resin, rosin, and so much more.

Dabs are commonly sold by the gram. Since they contain a concentrated cannabinoid amount measured in milligrams, a single gram is more expensive than a single gram of flower.

Depending on the quality, a gram of concentrate can cost you between $30 and $50. Small-batch and artisan products such as live rosin, live resin, and terp sauce can be more expensive due to their production and quality.

## Cannabis Edibles Weed Measurements

Cannabis edibles are cannabis-infused foods and beverages. Legal cannabis states have limits on the amount of THC (measured in milligrams) in edibles. A product label will indicate the amount of THC and CBD present in milligrams.

Serving sizes for cannabis edibles may vary by product. For example, single-serving items can contain 100 gm of THC. A 100 mg edible with 10 gummies, for example, would have 10 mg of THC per gummy.

Edibles can range from $1 for a 5 mg THC serving of a flavored lozenge (for example) or up to $90 for high-potency or multi-pack products such as soft gels and capsules. An average pack of gummies or chocolate bars can cost between $15 and $20.

Top Measurement Conversions: If you are a cannabis cook or making cannabis infused recipes these are common measurements that will assist you in your formulations.

**How many ounces in a quart?**

There are 32 Fluid Ounces in a quart.

**How many oz in a quart?**

There are 32 Fluid Ounces in a quart.

**How many pints in a gallon?**

There are 8 Pints in a gallon.

**How many cups in a liter?**

There are 4.2 Cups in a liter.

**How many tablespoons in an ounce?**

There are 2 tablespoons in an ounce

**How many ml in a teaspoon?**

There are 4.1 ml in a teaspoon.

**How many grams are in a pound?**

There are 448 grams in a pound.

**How many quarts in a liter?**

There are 3.8 liters quarts in a liter.

**How many ml in a gallon?**

There are 2790 milliliters ins a gallon.

**How many ounces are in a quart?**

There are 32 Fluid ounces in a quart.

**How many cups is 8 oz?**

1 Cup is 8oz.

**How many cups to a liter?**

There are 4.2 Cups to a liter.

**How many grams are in a kilogram?**

There are 1000 grams in a kilogram.

**How many grams in an eighth of weed?**

There are 3.5 grams in an eighth of weed.

**How many liters in a quart?**

There are 0.95 liters in a quart.

**How many ml in a tablespoon?**

There are 14.8 ML in a tablespoon.

**How many pints are in a gallon?**

There are 8 Pints in a gallon.

**How many cups are in a liter?**

There are 4.2 Cups in a liter.

**How many cups is 16 oz?**

There are 2 Cups in 16oz.

**How many ml is a gallon?**

There are 2790 milliliters in a gallon.

**How many ounces are in 750ml?**

There are 25.4 Fluid ounces in 750ml.

**How many ounces in half cup?**

There are 4 fluid ounces in a half cup.

**How many ounces is 1/3 of a cup?**

2.66 fluid ounces is 1/3rd of a cup.

**How many ounces is in 2 liters?**

There are 68 fluid ounces in 2 liters.

**32 oz is how many cups?**

4 cups is 32 oz.

**How many cups are 4 quarts?**

There are 16 Cups in 4 quarts.

**How many cups in 32 oz?**

There are 4 Cups in 32 oz.

**How many grams in an eight?**

There are 3.5 Grams in an eighth.

How many grams is an eighth?

3.5 grams is an eighth.

**How many kilograms are in a gram?**

There are 0.001 kilograms in a gram.

**How many milliliters in a teaspoon?**

There are 4.9ml in a teaspoon.

**How many ounces in 750 ml?**

There are 25.4 fluid ounces in 750 ml.

**How many ounces is 2 litres?**

There are 68 fluid ounces in 2 litres.

**How many oz is a half gallon?**

64 fluid ounces is a half gallon.

**16 oz is how many cups?**

16 oz is 2 Cups.

**How many cups 8 oz?**

1 Cup equals 8 oz.

**How many cups are 8 oz?**

1 Cup equals 8 oz.

**How many cups in 16 oz?**

There are 2 Cups in 16 oz.

**How many cups in a half gallon?**

There are 8 Cups in a half gallon.

**How many cups is 12 oz?**

There are 1.5 Cups in 12 oz.

**How many cups is 32 oz?**

There are 4 Cups in 32 oz.

**How many cups is 4 oz?**

There are 0.5 Cups in 4 oz.

**How many cups is 4 quarts?**

4 quarts equals 16 Cups.

**How many grams in a quarter?**

There are 7 grams in a quarter of weed.

**How many meters are in a kilometer?**

There are 1000 meters in a kilometer.

**How many millimeters are in a meter?**

There are 1000 millimeters in a meter.

**How many ounces 750 ml?**

There are 25.4 ounces in 750 ml.

**How many ounces are in 12 cups?**

There are 96 ounces in 12 cups.

**How many ounces in 1/3 cup?**

There are 2.666 ounces in 1/3 cup.

**How many ounces in 2 liters?**

There are 68 fluid ounces in 2 liters.

**How many ounces in a 1/4 cup?**

There are 2 fluid ounces in 1/4 cup.

**How many ounces in a kilo?**

There are 35 ounces in a kilo.

**How many ounces in half gallon?**

There are 64 fluid ounces in a half gallon.

**How many ounces is in 750 ml?**

There are 25.4 fluid ounces in 750 ml.

**How many pounds is a cup?**

1 cup equals 0.44 pounds.

**How many tablespoons in 3/4 cup?**

There are 12 tablespoons in ¾ cup.

**Liter is how many cups?**

A liter is 4.2 Cups.

**How many cups in 4 ounces?**

There are 0.5 cups in 4 ounces.

**How many cups is 2 oz?**

0.25 cups is 2 oz.

**How many cups is 6 oz?**

0.75 cups is 6 oz.

**How many grams in quarter?**

7 grams are in a quarter of weed.

**How many grams in a pound?**

There are 448 grams in a pound of weed.

**How many grams is in a quarter?**

There are 7 grams in a quarter of weed.

**How many ounces in a quarter pound?**

There are 4 ounces in a quarter pound of weed.

**How many grams in a qp?**

There are 112 grams in a qp.

**How many grams in a kilo?**

There are 1000 grams in a kilo.

**How many grams in a zip?**

There are 28 grams in a zip.

**How many grams is an eight?**

There are 3.5 grams in an eighth.

**How many ounces is a kilo?**

Around 35 ounces in a kilo.

**How many ounces is half a gallon?**

64 fluid ounces

**How many ounces is in a quarter pound?**

There are 4 ounces in a quarter pound.

**How many oz in a half gallon?**

There are 64 fluid ounces in a half gallon.

**How many oz in a tablespoon?**

There are 0.5 fluid ounces in a tablespoon.

**How many oz is a tbsp?**

0.5 fluid oz is a tbsp.

**How many tablespoons in 2/3 cup?**

There are 10.666 tablespoons in 2/3 cup.

**How many tablespoons in a stick of butter?**

There are 8 tablespoons in a stick of butter.

**How many tbsp in an oz?**

There are 2 tablespoons in an oz.

**A liter is how many cups?**

A liter is 4.2 cups.

**How many ml in a pint?**

There are 473 milliliters in a pint.

**How many ml in a tbsp?**

There are 14.8ml in a tbsp.

**How many ounces 750ml?**

750ml is 25.4 fluid ounces.

**How many ounces are in a half a gallon?**

There are 64 ounces in a half gallon.

**How many ounces in 1/4 cup?**

There are 2 fluid ounces in 1/4 cup.

**How many ounces in 2 cups?**

There are 16 ounces in 2 cups.

**How many ounces in 3 quarters of a pound?**

There are 12 ounces in 3 quarters of a pound.

**How many ounces in a teaspoon?**

There are 0.174 ounces in a teaspoon.

**How many ounces is 2 cups?**

2 cups is 16 fluid ounces.

**How many ounces is 2/3 cup?**

2/3 cup is 5.66666 ounces.

**How many ounces is 750 ml?**

750 ml is 25.4 ounces.

**How many ounces is in 2 cups?**

There are 16 Fluid ounces in 2 cups.

**How many oz in half gallon?**

There are 64 fluid ounces in a half gallon.

**How many oz to a shot?**

There are 1.5 fluid ounces in a shot.

**How many pints in a liter?**

There are 2.11 pints in a liter.

**How many qt in a gallon?**

There are 4 quarts in a gallon.

**How many tablespoons in 1 oz?**

There are 2 tablespoons in 1 oz.

**How many teaspoons is 5ml?**

1 teaspoon is 5ml.

**How many centimeters are in a milliliter?**

There are 0.1 centimeters in a millimeter.

**How many cm are in a meter?**

There are 100 centimeters in a meter.

**How many cups are a liter?**

There are 4.2 Cups in a liter.

**How many cups are in 32 oz?**

There are 4 Cups in 32 oz.

**How many cups in half gallon?**

There are 8 Cups in a half gallon.

**How many cups is 6 tablespoons?**

There are 0.375 cups in 6 tablespoons.

**How many cups is 8 ounces?**

1 Cup is equal to 8 ounces.

**How many ounces is 12 cups?**

12 cups equals 96 ounces.

**How many cups is liter?**

There are 4.2 Cups in a liter.

**How many cups to a half gallon?**

There are 8 Cups to a half gallon.

**How many milliliters in a tablespoon?**

There are 14.8ml in a tablespoon.

**How many ounces are 2 liters?**

There are 68 fluid ounces in 2 liters.

**How many ounces are in 1/2 a cup?**

There are 4 Fluid ounces in 1/2 a cup.

**How many ounces are in 750 ml?**

There are 25.4 Ounces in 750 ml.

**How many ounces in 2/3 cup?**

There are 5.5 ounces in 2/3 cup.

**How many ounces in 2 quarts?**

There are 64 ounces in 2 quarts.

**How many ounces is 2 liters?**

68 fluid ounces

**How many ounces is 750ml?**

25.4 Fluid Ounces

**How many ounces is a pint?**

16 fluid ounces

**How many ounces is in 2 l?**

68 fluid ounces

**How many ounces is in a 2 liter?**

68 fluid ounces

**How many ounces to a shot?**

1.5 fluid ounces

**How many oz in 750 ml?**

25.4 Fluid Ounces

**How many oz in a qt?**

32 fluid ounces

**How many quarts are in a liter?**

1.06 quarts

**How many tablespoons are in 1/4 cup?**

4 tablespoons

**How many tablespoons are in a quarter cup?**

4 tablespoons

**How many tablespoons for 2/3 cup**?

5.67 tablespoons

**How many tablespoons in a 1/4 cup?**

4 tablespoons

**How many tablespoons is 3/4 cup?**

12 tablespoons

**How many tbsp in 1 2 cup?**

8 tablespoons

**How many teaspoons are in 1 oz?**

6 teaspoons

**How many teaspoons is 1 oz?**

6 teaspoons

**How many teaspoons is in a gram?**

0.24 teaspoons

**1 pound is how many ounces?**

16 ozs

**1/8th of a cup is how many tablespoons?**

2 tablespoons

**How many 4oz in a cup?**

0.5 cups

**How many cc in an ounce?**

29.5 ccs.

**How many cups are in 2 oz?**

.25 cups

**How many cups are in 3 oz?**

..33 cups

**How many cups are in a half gallon?**

8 Cups

**How many cups for 8 oz?**

1 Cup

**How many cups in 12 oz?**

1.5 Cups

**How many cups in 32 ounces?**

4 Cups

**How many cups in 750 ml?**

3.2 Cups

**How many cups in a 16 oz?**

2 Cups

**How many cups is 10 oz?**

1.25 cups

**How many cups is 14 oz?**

1.75 cups

**How many cups is 15 oz?**

1.875 cups

**How many cups is 24 oz?**

3 Cups

**How many cups is 3 oz?**

0.375 cups

**How many cups is 5 oz?**

0.625 cups

**How many grams in an 8th?**

3.5 Grams

**How many grams is a quarter?**

7 grams

**How many grams is quarter pound?**

112 grams

**How many liters in a cup?**

0.24 liters

**How many mg in gram?**

1000mg

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**How many mg is in a gram?**

1000mg

**How many ml in 1 liter?**

1000ml

**How many ml in 8 oz?**

236.6ml

**How many ml is 2 oz?**

59.15ml

**How many mls in a tablespoon?**

14.8ml

**How many mls tablespoon?**

14.8ml

**How many ounces 1/4 cup?**

2 ounces

**How many ounces 1/3 cup?**

2.6667 ounces

**How many ounces are in 1/3 of a cup?**

2.6667 ounces

**How many ounces are in a qp?**

4 ounces

**How many ounces in 1 2 cup?**

4 ounces

**How many ounces in 1 liter?**

34 fluid ounces

**How many ounces in 1.5 liters?**

51 fluid ounces

**How many ounces in 3 4 cup?**

6 ounces

**How many ounces in 6 cups?**

48 fluid ounces

**How many ounces in a half cup?**

4 fluid ounces

**How many ounces in a quarter cup?**

2 fluid ounces

**How many ounces is 1/4 cup?**

2 ounces

**How many ounces is 100 grams?**

3.52 ounces

**How many ounces is 4 cups?**

32 fluid ounces

**How many ounces is 50 ml?**1.69 ounces

**How many ounces is 500 ml?**

16.9 ounces

**How many ounces is a half a gallon?**

64 ounces

**How many ounces is a quart?**

32 ounces

**How many ounces is in a kilo?**

35.2 ounces

**How many oz are in 750ml?**

25.4 Fluid Ounces

**How many oz in 1 3 cup?**

2.6667

**How many oz in 2 tablespoons?**

1 fluid ounce

**How many oz in a 750ml?**

25.4 Fluid Ozs

**How many oz is 1/4 cup?**

2 fluid ounces

**How many oz is 750 ml?**

25.4 fluid ounces

**How many oz is a pint?**

16 fluid ounces

**How many oz is a quart?**

32 fluid ounces

## Weed Measurements Conclusion:

This is a complete list of any measurement conversion you could think of.

Hope this helps with your weed measurements when making edibles, buying cannabis, or doing other weed measurements.

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