This grams to pounds weed weight conversion chart is for basic units of measuring “medical marijuana”. This metric conversion chart will help take the guesswork out of the proper weight for your medical marijuana. Some people are scared by the metric system, don’t be. This handy guide will have you trading properly in no time at all.
Simple Weed Weight Conversion Calculator
The four (4) most important measurements in the medical marijuana metric conversion is
- 30 grams = 1 ounce
- 60 grams = 2 ounces
- 75 grams = 2.5 ounces (roughly)
- 450 grams = 1 pound (if you are purchasing or selling this kind of weed weight we don’t think you are a patient any longer but are now a dealer or dispensary. This kind of weight screams dealer and will certainly attract the authorities. Know your legal state medical marijuana laws.
Marijuana Oz to lb Conversion Chart Facts
When someone mentions a dime bag (usually $10), or quarter bag ($25), half ounce or ounce keep in mind the prices may vary depending on the strain. A better unit of measurement is your own finger across the bag, that is, unless you have tiny baby hands, then you’re screwed.
It’s at that point it might be worthwhile to carry a portable digital scale with you when you purchase your medical marijuana. Or, you can simply print this weed weight conversion chart to keep with you. You might look like a weed noob whipping this out in the dispensary, alley or wherever… but, you won’t get burned when it comes to weighing weed. You can download and print a copy of the WeedPad Weed Weights Conversion chart by clicking the big green button below:
One of the better portable digital scales we’ve seen on the market is this one featured on Amazon. It’s American Weigh Signature Series Silver/Black AWS-100 digital pocket scale that’s easy to clean and easy to carry. Comes with 2 “AA” batteries to power the digital backlit LCD display. It features a flip open lid which protects the weighing surface. A truly fine portable scale.
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Weed Weights Charts and Measurement Conversions Calculator
Some of the terms you’ll hear for a weed weight conversion chart come from a time when having a scale wasn’t common and digital scales hadn’t yet been invented. So weighing the weed wasn’t as commonplace as it is today. Since no one had a weed weight chart video back in the day to show them how to weigh weed, they had to use their fingers as a standard reference for the amount of weed sold. Quarters were two finger bags, half ounce was a three finger bag, an ounce was a four finger bag.
- 1 gram = 1 joint or 1 bowl
- Dime: 3 to 4g
- Quarter: 6 to 7g
- Half Ounce: 14 to 15g
- Ounce: 29 to 30 grams
Weed Weight Conversion Chart – Grams to Pounds | Ounces
This weed weight calculator can convert four different units of measurement for your weed at one time. To use it, choose your unit at the first line and enter the a number in the box beside it, then click the convert button. It automatically converts your choice to all five units.
WeedPad Weed Weight Converter
View This Weed Weight Chart or You Can Download this Chart Clicking the Link Above
|Pounds | Ounces
|7.9 oz | 1/2 lb
|16 oz | 1 lb
|1 lb 2 oz
|1 lb 10 oz
|35.2 oz | 2.25 lbs
|2 lbs 12 oz
|3 lbs 5 oz
Nowadays most medical marijuana strains may come in pre-packaged baggies. Keep in mind that these baggies and the white labels depicting what is in the baggy have their own weight. Some of the new plastic being used, especially the BPA free plastic is a tad heavier. So, you could be losing 1/2 a gram to a full gram when you purchase your medical marijuana. Ask your caregiver or dispensary agent to open the package and weigh it out for you. You may find they are a tad short. This could lead to complications and trust later on down the road.