How to make Infused coconut oil
- ½ cup of coconut oil
- 3.5 ground weed
Step by step
- Before Starting: Decarb your weed – Learn how to do
- Step 1: Add the weed to a canning jar with ½ cup of coconut oil.
- Step 2: Seal the canning jar very tightly.
- Step 3: Add the canning jar in boiling water using low-medium (240° F – 115° C) heat for over 2 hours.
- Step 4: Put all the jar’s content into a cheesecloth over a metal strainer.
- Step 5: Gather the cheesecloth and squeeze all the remaining liquid out.
Eat a small amount at a time, and wait an hour or more between doses.
Eat real food before you try an edible.
Remember that eating weed edibles is much stronger than smoking it.
Be aware that edibles can take up to an hour to kick in.
If you get anxious, try to stay calm. Nobody has ever overdosed from edibles.
Don’t eat pot food too quickly. Start small and low.
Don’t get dehydrated, make sure to drink water.
Don’t try to get as high as possible. It’s not a competition.
Don’t take edibles food with empty stomach.
How to make edibles? This edible dosage calculator will help you to cook and dose cannabis edibles. We show you all of the steps to make your edibles.
How Much Does an Eighth of Weed Weigh and What Does it Cost? All Your Questions Answered!
The weights and measures of American weed might seem mysterious to the rest of the weed wide world who have long since moved on to the metric system while the States still use eighths, quarters, halves and full ounces to measure marijuana. ‘How much does a quarter weigh?’ a Canadian cannabis consumer might ask. British and Europeans tokers and dabbers may wonder, ‘How many grams are in a quarter?’ or ‘How many grams in an eighth’? We are here to answer those questions and more! Clear and concise communication can bring better understanding to the global cannabis community; so, if eighths, quarters and ounces of pot seem alien to you, fear not, we will attempt to alleviate your anxiety… or you could have a little relaxing indica while we go through this! And, yes, this blog post contains a handy chart of weed weights and prices to help give you a good idea of how much weed you can buy for how much money when you are in the US, cannabis shopping at a dispensary or provisioning center.
(Gram bag of weed, image source: Anonymous Stoner on Instagram)
It is most likely that if you’re visiting the United States from a foreign country you are looking for recreational weed. More and more US states are legalizing either recreational marijuana or medical pot, or both, but the requirements for medical marijuana merchants usually dictate that their sales are only for state residents – though some states do allow card-holding patients to use out-of-state licenses to purchase pot. Recreational herb, however, is less restricted and so the prices that we give you will likely be recreational weed rates – there is a slight markup for recreational marijuana over medical. Use the Internet to check the current cannabis laws in the city and state that you are visiting – there are a lot of changes happening, sometimes restrictions are dropped or added, the situation in the States with weed sales is pretty dynamic. At least the weights and measures for cannabis are consistent!
American Cannabis is weighed, packaged, and sold by the gram, eighth (⅛), quarter (¼), half (½), and by the ounce. There are a myriad of laws that vary from state to state, and even by city, as far as how much weed you can buy or possess on your person at any one time, so again check the laws for wherever you are visiting and want to purchase some pot. We’ll start with the smallest marijuana measure and go, well, higher – so, ‘What is a gram of weed?’ 1 gram of weed, which used to be called a dime-bag even though it cost ten dollars and not ten cents, is about the amount of cannabis you’d need for a pipe or a joint. The cost of 1 gram of weed in prerolled joint form is between $5 and $15 dollars depending on the quality of the weed used in making it. An eighth of weed is the next common level for American weed weights and price; an eighth of an ounce of weed weighs precisely 3.546875 grams, but is generally rounded to 3.5 grams – some sketchier people might try to pass off 3 grams as eighths, but 3.5 grams is generally accepted – and some more generous marijuana merchants will even give you a ‘heavy eighth’ of 4 grams, especially for first-time customers. An eighth of weed will vary in cost depending upon region, availability, and maybe even popularity – but a good ‘average’ cost for an 8 th of weed is $40, most eighths are sold between $30 and $75, ranging from bottom, middle or top shelf quality.
(8th oz of weed, image from Dank Budd on Instagram)
After eighths, comes quarters and a quarter ounce in grams of ganja comes to 7. The cost of a quarter ounce of weed, say some Platinum Girl Scout Cookies would run you $30-$40 in Los Angeles, but here in Michigan it is about $50 for a quarter ounce of that particular weed. There are 14 grams in a half ounce of weed, also referred to as a half or half ‘o’; and to give you an idea of the cost of a half ‘o’ of weed, a quarter of Sour Diesel cannabis costs $60 for a quarter oz here in our hometown of Lansing, Michigan, but is only $50 in Denver, Colorado. Lastly, if you’ve even wondered how many grams were in an ounce – also known as an ‘o’ or ‘zip’ of weed), that answer is that, since an ounce equates to four 7 gram quarters or eight 3.5 gram eighths, 28 grams is an ‘o’ of weed. As to ‘How much is a zip of weed?’ that would be $105 for an ounce of Headband weed in Seattle, Washington or $190 for a zip of the same weed in Phoenix, Az. And if you’ve ever wondered what an ounce of weed looks like, depending upon the size of density of the nugs, a zip is about enough weed to fill a Ziplock sandwich bag, hence the name ‘’zip of weed”.
Oh, and keep in mind that prices are as of publication date and that prices and availability should always be verified by visiting the dispensary web site or phoning ahead.
Here is a vid where a guy explains exactly what you just read, while getting stoned:
Here now is that handy chart we promised that concentrates the information above into maybe a more visual representation of weed weights and price:
Intro: The weights and measures of American weed might seem mysterious to the rest of the weed wide world who have long since moved on to the metric system while the States still use eighths, quarters, halves and full ounces to measure marijuana. ‘How much does a quarter weigh?’ a Canadian cannabis consumer might ask.