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All these differing terms and measurement systems can be really confusing, but it’s actually quite simple to do the math. Photo by FRED TANNEAU/AFP/Getty Images

Quarter pound of cannabis

In the cannabis community, a quarter pound of weed is known as a QP, and the name says it all. This equals 113.4 g, or four ounces.

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Half-pound of cannabis

Half-pack and half-pounder are the main slang terms for a half-pound of weed. This totals 226.8 g, or eight ounces of dried cannabis.

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Pound of cannabis

One pound of cannabis is 448 g or 16 ounces. And that’s quite a lot—imagine a bulk of weed the size of a watermelon and you’re almost there. Really, this is considered a dispensary-level amount of cannabis.

Not-so-fun fact: Keep in mind that the legal limit for posession and sharing in Canada is 30 g.

One gram of cannabis

If looking to buy small quantities of cannabis, it’s best to go for a gram, especially if the particular strain hasn’t been tried before.

A gram of weed is often called a dime bag on the street; it’s the smallest amount of cannabis that can be purchased.

What does a gram of cannabis look like? It’s about the size of a hazelnut, and most experienced users usually put an entire gram in one joint.

If smoking alone, this amount can be split in half and rolled into two smaller joints. If new to cannabis, however, this will undoubtedly be too much, especially if it’s a high-THC indica.

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Five grams of cannabis

Most Canadian LPs sell their products in five-gram and 10-gram packages. Five grams of cannabis translates to 0.1763 oz, and looks to be about the size of an egg. This is a perfect amount for a few weeks of self-medication. Five grams would be enough for four to five blunts, or five to 10 joints, depending on their size.

In some dispensaries, a visitor will also sometimes hear the term a five-gram eighth. As noted earlier, an eighth is 3.5 g, so what does it have to do with five g? This term refers to the price—a customer who buys a five-gram eighth will get five g for the price of an eight (3.5 g), which is a pretty sweet deal.

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10 grams of cannabis

Depending on the medical condition, most patients would buy a 10-g jar and consume it over the course of weeks. This amount is more than enough for rolling a bunch of joints for you and your friends, but it’s probably a bit too much for any crew to consume in one sitting.

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One often hears people say an eighth or a half quarter when referring to cannabis. Just how much weed is that exactly? Photo by GEOFF ROBINS/AFP/Getty Images

A kilogram of cannabis

One kilogram of weed is such a huge amount that I’ve seen it in just one (of the numerous coffeeshops) I visited in Amsterdam. One kilogram equals a thousand grams, or 2.2046 pounds.

Grams to ounces/ounces to grams

All these differing terms and measurement systems can be really confusing, but it’s actually quite simple to do the math. The following formula will help a consumer figure out how many grams there are in an ounce.

One gram is 0.0352 oz, so if looking for the number of grams, simply multiply it by that number by 0.0352. One ounce equals 28 g, so multiplying the desired ounces by 28 will provide the exact quantity in grams.

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