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Cannabis pricing is complex because many factors go in to determining the value.

Generally speaking, weed is sold by the gram, and one gram of flower costs between $5 (economy) to $20 (top shelf), with $10 being about average.

One gram of concentrate can cost as low as $15 and as much as $70.

Edibles tend to cost $15-$25 for 100mg of THC.

The factors that go into pricing weed include: the quality of the flower (its genetics, how and where it’s grown, and how it’s cured); the reputation of the grower/brand; the exclusivity or rarity of the strain; whether it was grown selectively or in bulk.

The above also factor into concentrates, with the added factors of the extraction method that concentrate was produced through and the first, second, or third run of the process.