If you are one of those lucky smokers who can purchase cannabis at a local dispensary, you have no problem getting whichever strain you like, whenever you like it. The less fortunate have to deal with shady delivery companies and guys on the street. Each state has different laws and marijuana politics, and comparing the specifics of pricing and the product itself is not easy. The strain with the same name can differ depending on where you have bought it. The most unfair thing is that the residents of some states pay more for bad cannabis than patients with a special card. So, how can you know that you have gotten a good deal? First of all, to become an educated marijuana smoker, you need to know different types of marijuana weight as well as how much you should spend in each case.
How much marijuana should I buy to have a nice first experience?
Unfortunately, this question does not have a correct answer as every person is unique. In the dispensary, you will find weed weighed and packed by quarter, half, ounce, dime, etc. When purchasing cannabis, you should take into account such factors as the amount of weed you smoke per day, the tools you use to smoke, and your budget. For the beginners, we recommend starting with a dime. But how many grams is a dime of weed? Well, a dime bag of weed is around one gram or so and refers to a $10 bag of marijuana. After you have become familiar with cannabis, you can increase the consumed amount. To understand that you are completely ready for larger amounts of weed, try to make more than 2 hits per session. If you feel alright, you can buy an eighth of weed (nearly 3,5 grams), then a quarter (7 grams), a half (14 grams) and finally an ounce (28 grams).
How long will I use an eighth of weed?
As you already know, an eighth of weed weighs 3,54375 grams, though all dispensaries round the number up to 3.5 grams. Some even sell you 4 grams of weed, giving you 0,5 grams for free. To speak generally, an eighth of weed is enough for 15-35 doses. You may also use microdosing to make it last longer. With joints and blunts, it usually lasts a shorter time.