How many marijuana cigarettes (joints) can be made from 20 grams of marijuana?
In some states, like Florida, marijuana penalties increase based on the amount in possession, so it’s important to know what 20 grams of marijuana looks like. You can make about 40 marijuana cigarettes (joints) from 20 grams of marijuana, but it’s possible for you to get as many as 100 joints or as little as 20 depending on how they are rolled. Potency can also vary depending on the joint. Scroll down to learn more.
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In Florida, because marijuana penalties increase depending on the amount you possess, it is useful to know exactly how many marijuana cigarettes equal 20 grams (an ounce is 28.35 grams).
Typically, 20 grams make about 40 marijuana cigarettes, which are popularly referred to as joints, but this can vary depending on the potency of the joint.
It’s possible that 20 grams could produce as many as 100 cigarettes or as little as 20.
It’s also easy to confuse a joint with a blunt, but the two are in fact very different in terms of size. A blunt, or marijuana cigar, typically holds much more marijuana (often multiple grams per blunt), so less than 20 blunts will collectively contain 20 grams of marijuana.
Follow this link for more information about Florida Marijuana Laws and Florida Medical Marijuana Laws