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Portable Scale: This digital food scale measures 5" x 3" x 0.8", so it's the perfect size for measuring on the go. Use it to measure food, coffee, spices, or medication.Durable & Compact: This mini kitchen scale is perfect for travel and can fit in your bag. Plus, it easily converts between grams, ounces, troy ounces, and pennyweights.LCD Screen: The digital scale's backlit LCD screen makes numbers viewable and easy to read—even in dim lighting. Thanks to high-precision sensors, you'll get an accurate measurement every time.Built-in Cover: Keep your electronic food scale safe with the built-in plastic cover. It will keep your scale looking like new and protect it from scratches, bumps, and everyday wear and tear.Stainless Steel: Our digital kitchen scale has a stainless-steel surface that's easy to clean. Place your items directly onto the stainless steel or place them in a tray or container for measuring.
Get a scale. This one is like $6. Then look for ShadeTree's taper technique in the sidebar.
Holy shit! That scales "Acceptable Tolerance (+-)" is 200mg! Source
In case I'm not being clear: 100%, you cannot trust that scale.
If you're measuring anything below 1g, it requires extreme accuracy, which that scale cannot provide!
Here is the recommended scale of /r/nootropics:
American Weigh Scales GEMINI-20 Portable MilliGram Scale, 20 by 0.001 G
I have this scale. Even though it measures down to 1mg (.001g), the acceptable tolerance is still +-5mg. It also measures up to 20g, so that's an overall accuracy of +-0.025% compared to the max weight, which is extremely accurate for a scale (note: your scale comes in at 0.033% compared to the max weight)
If you have any questions, let me know. Good luck!
It will likely be either too potent or too weak, there's variance so it's best to grind them up into a uniform powder so the variance is equalized. Grab a cheap mortar and pestle off amazon I got mine for just 10 bucks, looking right now it's no longer available but skimming through something like this would work just fine https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01M742974/ .
After grinding them up you can measure the powder if you want but if you don't want to buy a scale then using a 1/8th teaspoon measuring spoon is normally what I use which when full for me measures in around 0.2g.
I'd highly recommend buying a scale though, I use this one https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B000O37TDO/ which is only 8 bucks. The supplies to properly microdose are cheap if you try to find good deals. Do it right so you don't regret it!
Hello and welcome... You can lok through the Kratom 101 for good information about different types of kratom, effects, usages, and dosages.
I would start with no more than 2 grams. You can start with 1 gram and wait an hour. If you are not happy with results, add another 0.5g and wait another hour. If you are still not happy with results, you can try to add another 0.5g and see what happens but I think it's better to try again a different day or wait at least six hours and do it again but starting with , wait an hour, add half gram, wait an hour and so on until you achieve results you are happy with.
Finding what works will take some time, patience, and [trial and error](https://www.reddit.com/r/kratom/comments/5ex0hn/ideal_dosage/dafrpkl/. Many times people starting out think that it is not 'working' at first. Some of that is about managing expectations. Your best course of action is to try different strains and keep notes - dosages, effects, pros & cons, etc. For pain, I would get some reds and maybe a white. Also important, get a scale if you don't already have one.
Here are some previous discussions that may contain something helpful for you. Some of them are older but might still have something interesting
Kratom - Pain
They're fine and they'll make you trip, younger mushrooms are anecdotally more potent. Get a scale if you want to know weight or figure out what the dry weight equivalent would be.
This scale is $8.68 and has good reviews - it can measure small amounts (under 1g).
ProTip ™ : Buy a small digital scale. Amazon has excellent options. I bought this one and it's totes awesomes. https://www.amazon.com/American-Weigh-Scales-AWS-600-BLK-Nutrition/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=sr_1_4?ie=UTF8&qid=1536284257&sr=8-4&keywords=small+digital+scale
It helps keep your dosing accurate and consistent.
I used to not weigh my doses....I would just "measure" by size of scoop I was taking with my spoon....totally unreliable and inaccurate way of measuring dosage. I would get upset when I wasn't getting consistent results/got the wobbles when the day before I took the "same amount" and it didn't make me sick etc...
Scale is a game changer, dude.
ALSO: Less is more (to a certain extent): Find your effective dosage range, and try to stay in that range.
Mine is 6.5-8.8 grams per/dose. No more, no less. I took me a long time to figure this range out...lots of vomiting from taking too much....and a lot of disappointment/being a sad panda because my silly leaf powder wasn't helping.
This helps keep your tolerance at bay, adhering to a dosage range...as long as you're not dosing excessively (frequency wise). This is just my personal experience, however. Your mileage may vary. Your mileage might actually be kilometers. That's ok too. Just be mindful of your dosing, keep a little log book to record dosage, effects, duration, symptoms relieved etc. I did that for a while and it helped me figure out dosage, as well as the vendors I choose to purchase from (don't worry I'm not gonna name names, I'm cool man, I'm cool....), and preferred strain color (kinda...they're pretty much the same tbh...except some Red veins are waaaay more sleepy than any white, green, yellow etc.)
Alright done ranting.
Welcome to the family!
*everybody high fives awkwardly* :)
Sounds like the wobbles. Kratom can vary immensely depending on how its ground, where it was grown, how it was harvested, what the growers put in it (not anything nefarious, stuff like matcha). The wobbles aren't fun, and you get it from taking too much. You won't die, but it sucks.
I HIGHLY recommend getting a cheap scale to weigh your stuff out. Find your dose and you can fine tune it. I've been taking kratom for 5-6 years now and I can tell a difference between 10.1g and 10.2g.
Seriously, get a scale and weigh out spoonfuls and you'll get different results just about every time, even from the same bag. One spoon could be 1.5g and the other could be 2.3g and then down to 1.6g.
[Here's one that's $10 and well reviewed.}(https://www.amazon.com/American-Weigh-Scales-AWS-600-BLK-Nutrition/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=gram+scale&amp;qid=1564754125&amp;s=gateway&amp;sr=8-3)
It's worth it.
First you're going to need tools. I assume you have a 12oz mug.
. Pay attention to U.S. vendors. Nearly all of the have sample packages and that's where I would start. Adagio Tea is a good beginner's tea shop.
Haha bunk police is about reagent testing. Its more for powders and pills. Actually I don't know if you can reagent test shrooms but my first thought would be probably not. Honestly I've always just trusted my shrooms were psilocybin and they've always been psychedelic (at different potencies). As far as scales go for something like shrooms you probably won't weigh out less than a gram. something like this would be more than fine.
Good Luck, my first mushroom trip was way fucking intense, I'd definitely recommend less than an 1/8th for your first time.
All three can be had for cheap from amazon, which is where I got all mine. Check out the links below... It's the setup I have for even cheaper than I paid (closer to $15). Acid is pretty standard and you can't really get "bad" acid (Gerry Garcia may say otheriwse). The scale has been awesome to me (the reviews on amazon are good too). The loupe is pretty cool and has been pretty helpful. It's just a magnifying glass. As such, it's hard to fuck up.
Acid Test Kit
Red is generally what most use for pain, but I recommend trying a green, white & maybe a gold as well. Gaia ethnobotanicals, socal herbal remedies, canopy, and herbal Rva are all great choices. Search "speciosa" in their shop to find the Kratom. I recommend getting a few ounces of different strains or a sampler pack, as some strains just wont work for you, but some should work great. Also, get a gram scale like this https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000O37TDO/ref=pd_gwm_psimh_0?pf_rd_p=cc000f63-21ee-4dc4-b9b6-9082ebacae63&amp;pf_rd_s=blackjack-personal-1&amp;pf_rd_t=Gateway&amp;pf_rd_i=mobile&amp;pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&amp;pf_rd_r=SB31B4ZH7EK6T2R7YPKE&amp;pd_rd_wg=TskJ5&amp;pd_rd_r=SB31B4ZH7EK6T2R7YPKE&amp;pf_rd_r=SB31B4ZH7EK6T2R7YPKE&amp;pf_rd_p=cc000f63-21ee-4dc4-b9b6-9082ebacae63&amp;pd_rd_w=UpdHd&amp;pd_rd_i=B000O37TDO , so you know how much you're taking and can find how much works for you, without taking too much accidentally and getting nauseas from it. Make sure to drink plenty of water as well, as it dehydrated you and can give you a headache because of that. Hope this helps
i got that one mate
Coming from a professional: Try weighing your ingredients. It’s common to be a little heavy handed with measuring flour by volume, and more water makes a crust tough. Your problem sounds like too much flour to butter, since liquid should be kept to a bare minimum and you really don’t need much.
Try a vodka crust (look for recipes online), you get to use a little more liquid since the vodka cooks out and it lends to a much nicer crust (NO vodka taste, and the crust is more tender)
Keep ingredients cold. Use ice water. Watch some YouTube videos.
This is my favorite scale. It’s $8 and extremely accurate
For those who don't know :)
[600g (0.1g increments) scale $7.90 w/prime delivery] (http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000O37TDO)
$7.99 - 500g calibration weight (MUST HAVE)
Love that you're seeing improvement and a higher degree of consistency! Some super simple steps to up your game on a budget would be to time your brewing times on your phone.
In addition, I recommend picking up the American Weigh pocket scale for $6.
Equipped with a scale and a timer you will be able to further improve consistency and avoid over/under extractions.
Hope this helps you out!
Link to the scale: https://www.amazon.com/American-Weigh-Scales-AWS-600-BLK-Nutrition/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1526391144&amp;sr=8-3&amp;keywords=american+weight+scales
One idea is to prepare your lunch at home and bring it in.
Amazon has a few possibilities searching for portable scales
Scale here for $7.04 at Amazon-I have this one and love it. I paid $9.00 for it.
No worries at all, I'm more than happy to help as much as I can. I'm super passionate about tea and love seeing new people want to try it out, especially gongfu!
Because you've expressed interest in having a full gongfu set up, below I'm going to give you a couple examples of starter-packs consisting of a tea table, gaiwan, pitcher, strainer, and tea cups (and a tea pet if you're really feeling like going all out).
Nearly everything I'm going to list below is from Yunnan Sourcing's US-based website, because that way you won't have to wait for China shipping. Although, don't get used to US shipping. The deeper you get into this hobby, the more you're going to be ordering from vendors who ship directly from China, which generally takes anywhere from 10-15 business days. It's best to accept that fact up front and just get used to it--honestly, now I don't even notice. It shows up when it shows up.
Okay, without further ado, here's the full gongfu package that I'd recommend for one person just getting into gongfu.
Tea Table: ~$45.00USD (US Shipping)
Gaiwan + Teacup: $10.00USD (US Shipping)
Cha Hai (Glass Pitcher): $6.50USD (US Shipping)
Strainer: $3.20USD (US Shipping)
^That will have all the brewing utensils that you'd need to get started with gongfu (though some would argue you don't need the tea table, just use a cloth or a dish or something, but since you seem interested in the full package, that's what I'd go with...that's actually the table I use now!)
Now...when it comes to tea...
I'd first highly recommend picking up a scale (this one from Amazon is only $9.00USD and works really well: https://www.amazon.com/American-Weigh-Scales-AWS-600-BLK-Nutrition/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1503639369&amp;sr=8-1&amp;keywords=American+weigh+scale
As for strong sweet flavor that doesn't need sugar, I'd recommend starting with oolongs, which are typically very smooth, sweet, floral, and somewhat creamy.
Here are a couple of my personal favorites that are extremely budget-friendly, ship super fast, and are all from Eco-Cha.
Four Seasons Spring Oolong: https://eco-cha.com/collections/all-tea/products/four-seasons-spring-oolong-tea-1
Dong Ding Oolong: https://eco-cha.com/collections/all-tea/products/dong-ding-oolong-tea
Alishan High Mountain Oolong: https://eco-cha.com/collections/all-tea/products/alishan-high-mountain-oolong-tea
If you're feeling adventurous, then I'd definitely pick up some puerh as well. The Basics Puer Tea Sample Set from White2Tea is
one of the best introductions you can ask for. It's $39.99USD for 400g of solid tea (4x100g cakes of Spring, Autumn, Huangpian [large leaf], and 10-year-old tea), and it always comes with a free puerh pick, and ships anywhere in the world for free, which is super nice.
If you purchase everything I listed, you'd spend ~$130.00USD, which would set you up with a tea-set you would grow into, and enough tea to last you roughly 2 months, and that's assuming you drink 10g of tea every day, which is highly unlikely.
If you're on a super tight budget, then I'd recommend ditching the tea table and just getting the gaiwan+teacup, the scale, and the teas. Everything else isn't nearly as important, though if you have the money, it's certainly nice to have the full setup.
American Weigh Scales AWS-600-BLK Digital Personal Nutrition Scale, Pocket Size, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apap_vnTURcDBwNe8o
It does up to 500g, has been SUPER accurate for me, and does Troy oz. Love it
American Weigh Scales AWS-600-BLK Digital Personal Nutrition Scale, Pocket Size, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_eF1yzbAWXBF81
> I've ordered a scale ($20) because I've realized how important it is to know your exact GPD. You cannot get that by using spoons. Just knowing your intake is a step forward. From there you can taper
This is THE best advice for getting started. Forget cutting back or your plan. Just start by getting stable at a standard dose for the day (and you have to measure to know what that standard is). Just getting to a point where your intake is stable and not dictated by "well I'm going past the bag, I guess I'll get another scoop" or "I feel like taking another", is a good first step.
And you don't even have to pay $20 for a scale. This one works perfectly fine for $7!
Get started today. Keep a written log. You'll feel better getting it out of your head and onto paper, and that paper can help keep you accountable. You won't know how to get where you're going until you know where you are currently.
This is basic gear for so-called "Western-style" brewing for one person. If you decide you want to scale up with this method, there are pots that work with the same principle.
FYI this scale is a tiny thing and is great for traveling.
I use this one: http://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B000O37TDO - $8.29
I bought a scale for 10 dollars on amazon. I put a glass on. Zero out the glass. Then put an exact amount of grams into my drink for Kratom. I would recommend.
You should really consider getting a scale, using a teaspoon won't give you an accurate dose.
The colors are the only thing you need to worry about when buying strains. The names don't matter too much because one vendor's strain will not be the same as the other vendors. Generally red is sedating, white is stimulating, and greens are somewhere in between. The only way to know what strains you like is to try them. I'd recommend getting a sampler from someone on the Vendor list. Any other questions? And here's a link to a cheap scale:
I've been happy with this scale.
Deal with a trusted LCS (local coin shop) who knows what they're doing, avoid sketchy online auctions, and you'll probably never have to worry about counterfeit silver coins.
Digital scales that can do tenths of a gram are very cheap now. I would recommend this one -- I got it a while back and was very happy with it. It was very inexpensive and handy to have around. You might have to calibrate it every now and then but that's probably only if you use it a lot and/or are rough with it.
I've got the AWS-600 and I am quite pleased with it. Don't forget a calibrating weight to go along with it!
Just get the one all the drug kiddies use. Been using it for over 3 years. Never had a single problem or even replaced the batteries.
Really wish people took heed of these wise words.. We can look at nugs all we want, but without the feel, true density is a very hard thing to try and 'guesstimate'.. I suggest you buy a scale. They are very inexpensive, and will most likely end up saving you money. There are many to choose from, and you do not need to be of age to make the purchase. You can purchase them online for as little as $8 w/ shipping included. If you aren't so fond of getting items shipped to your (or your parent's house), you can always go to your nearest Ace Hardware, or just about any supply store (home depot, menards, lowes, just to name a few) and pick up a digital jewelry scale for less than $20.
These knitting needles so I can keep knitting lots of socks! ❤️
Or this scale which is indespensible in measuring "do I have enough yarn left?" to complete a project!
I have two pocket scales. One goes to .01 g.
This one is better for food scaling. Full range 600 g.
Handy and pretty cheap.
American Weigh Scales AWS Series Digital Pocket Weight Scale, Black, 600G x 0.1G (AWS-600-BLK) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_j9RXDbAZDBXY8
Works OK for me. Only problem might be for larger plates, the display and buttons might be obscured.
Get one of these. Sure you'll look like a dealer but... priorities, right??
American Weigh Scales AWS-600-BLK Digital Personal Nutrition Scale, Pocket Size, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_yIZVCbKPWMB9Q
I cant recommend this series of scales enough http://www.amazon.com/American-Weigh-Scales-AWS-600-BLK-Nutrition/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=sr_1_11?s=home-garden&amp;ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1419711376&amp;sr=1-11&amp;keywords=american+weigh+scale
American Weigh Scales AWS-600-BLK Digital Personal Nutrition Scale, Pocket Size, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_MyU6yb90AD61X
You overpaid by like 3x. https://www.amazon.com/American-Weigh-Scales-AWS-600-BLK-Nutrition/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=sr_1_5?keywords=american+weigh+scales&qid=1549946694&s=gateway&sr=8-5
American Weigh Scale AWS Series Digital Pocket Weight Scale, Black, 600G x 0.1G https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Fgz6Cb4RTVXKG
Defitnely worth the few bucks! I use mine to weigh coffee too if I'm feeling precise.
You took too much. Get a scale, it costs $8 https://www.amazon.com/American-Weigh-Scales-AWS-600-BLK-Nutrition/dp/B000O37TDO
Get one of these... Way better for the weights you're probably working with:
American Weigh Scale AWS Series Digital Pocket Weight Scale, Black, 600G x 0.1G (AWS-600-BLK) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_fuvJDb7VMXJHN
I'd invest in a drug-dealer electric gram scale (less than $8). Sodium citrate doesn't taste great if you add too much, but you only need to a tiny bit and bigger scales don't work well with such small quantities.
Here are two recipes from some of the people that popularized it:
You don't need much in terms of apparatus. Personally, I would begin with the following. Keep in mind I am only talking about loose leaf tea.
The above combined will set you back <$60. Honestly, you can substitute the Kamjove tea maker with a simple all purpose teapot, eyeball the dry leaf instead of weighing it, and guess the temp of water and do without the variable temp kettle - I personally wouldn't do it for a variety of reasons, but if you're on a budget...
The next step, and the most important one, would be to get your hands on samples of tea. A lot of vendors, incl myself, offer samples. Get small quantities from a variety of vendors so that you have enough tea to experiment with, but not so much that you're stuck with a large quantity of tea you don't like. Once you have sampled enough to determine your likes and dislikes, invest in larger quantities of tea.
--Just type '.01 gram scale' in google. Any will do. Saw one on amazon for $8. lol. Its just your typical scale.... used by Jewelers, drug dealers, or really anyone who needs to be able to weigh in small amounts. (Think how small of 0.05mg of a little orange pill is. And thats weight not size! Its so small... But thats how u get off... you need to slowly taper off to the last few days only taking amounts that actually need to be weighed out due to size....
I go to culinary school for baking and pastry arts and this microscale is the exact product all of my chefs use. It's under 8 bucks and works great.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000O37TDO/ref=mh_s9_acsd_top_bjuwvb_c_x_2_w?pf_rd_m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&amp;pf_rd_s=mobile-hybrid-4&amp;pf_rd_r=VZ0RHR80T6NHKRAYYPHH&amp;pf_rd_t=30901&amp;pf_rd_p=7e1d90d8-cbc0-5725-8f0d-95bf8c11cd7b&amp;pf_rd_i=678508011 this is a good one I like
I bought a shaving bag, scale and use a hard case for my coffee. Here's what I picked up on Amazon, fit well and traveled through Iceland and Ireland for two weeks.
They're great, get yourself a scale and check out blender bottle as well.
I'd caution against getting a 60ml unless you're sure you want one - a 60ml nominal gaiwan is gonna produce 30-40ml of tea per steep, basically one tiny (eggcup-sized) cup. The can also lose heat faster than is desirable for teas that work well with boiling water. 90-120ml would be my recommendation, and you can stack 3-4 steeps to get your 8oz.
If you decide you want a scale, this is the one that basically everyone has. You can go the 100g if you want more resolution, but the 600g allows you to weigh directly into heavier brewing vessels, and measure the amount of water you pour in if desired (which can be useful in some circumstances). The 1kg isn't as accurate as is desirable, imho.
Oh, one other thing I forgot; water matters. That's not to say you have to use bottled water for tea, but if you have a filter or dispenser in addition to tap water, it's good to try each with whatever kind of teas you like and see which works best. It's crazy how much the mineral profile of the water can affect the way the tea extracts, tastes and feels.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B000O37TDO?psc=1&amp;ref=yo_pop_mb_pd this is what I use to measure out all my pre workout supplements. The scoopers are so off.
I actually bought that grinder...works well. Better than my old one for sure.
Not sure if this one is any good but its pretty sweet looking and its got a good rating.
I can't find the actual scale I bought from amazon but this one looks pretty good for about the same price.
A pocket scale has been very beneficial for me, during my taper. You would not believe the variance in your dosages when "eyeballing" them. It's such a fine powder that the density of any particular dose could swing wildly by 20% either way, in my experience.
Amazon has a $9 digital scale that works well.
American Weigh Scales AWS-600-BLK Digital Personal Nutrition Scale, Pocket Size, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_iHFPCb5F8VSN4
I have this one or something like it. $8.68 if you want your own in the future.
a single bad bag properly measured is worth the cost. one of my dealers used to use this for small amounts and i have a similar one. put a nickel or penny in it and you will never be ripped off
I got a <$10 scale from Amazon for measuring my DIY Soylent ingredients. I also sometimes use it for other purposes. It very reliably and accurately measures down to 0.1g!
Hey! I have that same scale
Here's a couple links for some cheap scales from Amazon.
Less than $9 for these two
Or, here is a scale for $4.99. This one requires you to spend $25 on Amazon to get this deal. That's easy to do! Some items on Amazon are cheaper than walmart / the grocery store. So it doesn't have to be a frivolous purchase.
Skip your Starbucks tomorrow, buy a scale ;)
It's so cheap to get a scale, you should get one.
And if you have a little extra cash, consider a calibration weight too.
My last AWS scale lasted like 8 years and my current one has been going for a few years now.
scale on amazon
This one is durable and the powder won't gunk up the buttons. I have the 250g version and I bought a calibration weight just to be unnecessarily precise. It's cheap and folds up to protect the platform/load cell.
You'll need to grab a scale to follow along; the doses drop in such small increments (.2 grams), it'll be impossible to eyeball. Here's a scale on Amazon for under $8.00 (can't beat the price!):
If I had to estimate though, I'd say 15 grams is approx. 2 tablespoons.
Absolutely get a scale!
I bought a 600gm capacity American Weigh Scales (AWS). Nicely portable, works great, no problems after a year.
Depending on your needs, a better choice might be a lower-capacity scale. Greater sensitivity and presumably better accuracy.
Whichever scale you choose, for best accuracy get a calibration weight. A complete set of weights is best, but might be overkill. I use one 500gm weight to calibrate my 600gm scale.
I bought dumb... I needed a millegram scale that would measure down to the thousandth of a mg for meds, so the first one I got was the AWS gemini-20 and that's been the scale I use 99.9% of the time. Problem is, it only has a 20g capacity, so trades/donations were ridiculously complicated. However, it's an extremely accurate scale, comes with calibration weights and the case has a magnetic flap and protects the scale very well. It's a complete system.
Then, I got the AWS ACP-200 and that better for trades and donations, and I thought it would adequate. But no... Most of what I buy is 250g minimum (I told you I bought stupid). This one, however, requires that you buy a separate calibration weight. And they're not cheap.
Which brings me to the AWS-600-BLK with a capacity of 600g. Of course, I also buy kilos, but I haven't addressed that one yet :-) This one requires a calibration weight also, which really offsets the relatively inexpensive buy-in for the scale.
If I was smart, I would have purchased the 20g and a 1000g version and been done with it. One suggestion I would make is to NOT buy the calibration weights that they list as accessories for the scales and go with this guy instead. It's a 1000g calibration weight set that will give you just about any weight imaginable for only $18.
Gram scales are cheap. You can get one for around $8 off Amazon. I use one like this regularly for measuring bulk supplement powders and stuff like that.
What scale do you use? So far I have found:
So far I'm leaning to option 1. AMIR since it can weigh 3000g and is still accurate to .1g. Also its pretty cheap at $10.99.
American Weigh Scale AWS Series Digital Pocket Weight Scale, Black, 600G x 0.1G https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_U-w8CbJPTRQWS
Do yourself a solid and buy these products before using this powder... Any questions on volumetric dosing PM me.
You should be safe rounding down to 3.3. If your cheapass scale doesn't do tenths, there's cheapass ones on Amazon that do. :) The one I use set me back $8 USD.
Your recipe is calling for a maximum of 150 ppm. Rounding down to 3.3 gets you to 147.3 ppm. You should be good there. If you round up to 3.4, you're at 151.8 ppm, which is also fine (US standards allow a max of 156 ppm, while your European standards allow a max of 150 ppm. You'd be slightly over, but none of us would tell).
8$ can’t get much cheaper than this. I have one so worth it.
Also [scale](http://www.American.com/ Weigh Scales AWS-600-BLK Digital Personal Nutrition Scale, Pocket Size, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_izpYBbB27KPD3)
For 9 bucks it's awesome.
This is the one I have and really like. It only measures to the tenth of a gram (you can get finer ones) but it has a max of 600g so you can still set a ceramic bowl on it and it won't max out. I would avoid any that have a max of 100g.
There is no exact conversion because you are trying to go from volume to weight. That said, one level, unpacked tsp is approx 2.5g.
Here is approx conversion cc to tsp
1 cc ~0.20 tsp
1tsp (level, unpacked) ~2.5g
0.20 x 2.5=0.5g
Like I said, that's for level, unpacked tsp. If you're packing it in, then it's more (obviously).
tl;dr: No way to know for sure. Best to get a scale.
Here are three good inexpensive ones.
$8 (0.1) https://www.amazon.com/American-Weigh-Scales-AWS-600-BLK-Nutrition/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=sr_1_5?s=kitchen&amp;ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1540322695&amp;sr=1-5&amp;keywords=pocket+scale
$11 (0.01) https://www.amazon.com/Weigh-Gram-Digital-Jewelry-Kitchen/dp/B06Y61YW7S/ref=sr_1_3_sspa?s=kitchen&amp;ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1540322695&amp;sr=1-3-spons&amp;keywords=pocket+scale&amp;psc=1
$11 (0.01) https://www.amazon.com/American-Weigh-Scales-BL-100-BLK-Digital/dp/B002SVLB8E/ref=sr_1_8?s=kitchen&amp;ie=UTF8&amp;qid=1540322695&amp;sr=1-8&amp;keywords=pocket+scale
Buy 4 or 6, they're small.
Get a scale if you don't have one. Eat 2g of green. If you feel nothing after 1 hour eat another 1g of the same bag. If still nothing or you don't like it STOP don't take anymore that day. The next day try a red and repeat but if it doesn't do what you want after 3g STOP and wait till the next day. Keep trying, I have no doubt that almost everyone can find something they like as long as 1) you don't over saturate your system right off the bat with kratom that doesn't work for you; and 2) you give it a solid try with multiple colors/vendors. PM me if you want to. Good luck
edit: it's your bday? happy bday if so!
Here ya go!
American Weigh Scales AWS-600-BLK Digital Personal Nutrition Scale, Pocket Size, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_FclfAb6QHFEMK
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_IIEdAbAT503FS that’s true about the reviews . I just said fuck it, I need a scale now so I ordered that one and it’s still working good .
This is what I went with but you should shop around a bit:
How much were you told was there? This looks like good mids with bad trimming. Maybe like 2.5-4 but it's hard to tell, you aren't size comparing to anything. It's hard to just measure how much is there from a picture. This will answer your question better than asking a bunch of internet strangers with a picture.
Thank you. This one is slightly less expensive, https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000O37TDO/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_CHp8AbC2PDR8E , looks like it should be fine for darts aswell, correct?
Edit: noticed the one you posted had better resolution at .01g