The Top 5 Countries with the Cheapest and Most Expensive Cannabis

The Top 5 Countries with the Cheapest and Most Expensive Cannabis

moneyBelow is a list of the top 5 countries in regards to where cannabis is the cheapest and most expensive, based on the average price of a gram. The list was compiled using data from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime’s 2014 World Drug Report, and from the cannabis pricing index website Price of Weed.

Here are the top 5 countries where cannabis is the cheapest:

  • South Africa ($4.45 per gram)
  • Afghanistan ($4.35 per gram)
  • India ($3.03 per gram)
  • Brazil ($2.41 per gram)
  • Uruguay ($1.00 per gram)

Here are the top 5 countries where cannabis is the most expensive:

  • Ireland ($13.45 per gram)
  • Japan ($15.67 per gram)
  • Finland ($19.12 per gram)
  • Estonia ($20.31 per gram)
  • Norway ($21.90 per gram)

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9 Comments

  • Robbie O Rourke
    September 3, 2015

    Lads now I haven’t a clue where your going with the price of 13.45 for Ireland! I’m from here living in dublin all my life and it’s straight up 25 euro a gram which is redicilious and I mean you will get it no where cheaper! 2.2 is a 50 bag (not for me) but for majority or people 50 euro it’s a cat buzz for that weight

  • David
    September 3, 2015

    They said “Uruguay ‘s” the place y’ outta be so they loaded up the truck………………………….

  • Alexander
    September 3, 2015

    Bullshit. I live in Cambodia now and its less then 1$ per gram. I was living in India for a long time and I state 1(one)KG of weed is about 5000-6000 rupee. 10-12 gram of charas is 10-12-15$. 60 rupee(1$) for 10 small zip of weed. 1 KG of hashish in Nepal is 6000 nepali rupee.

  • Steve
    September 4, 2015

    Haha Well lucky me South Africa is less than 1.2$ per gram

  • Anonymous
    September 4, 2015

    What about Morocco ??? Come on!

  • Anonymous
    September 4, 2015

    In Mexico. It’s $50 a kilo

  • Anonymous
    September 4, 2015

    All I smoke is good so it’s 20 a G

  • Peter Hughes
    September 4, 2015

    Fact

  • Anonymous
    January 4, 2017

    25cents uganda

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