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A teaspoon is a measure of volume, where as a gram is a measure of weight. A teaspoon holds 5 millilitres, and if it was distilled water, that water would weigh 5 milligrams. There is a difference in density of water and baking side, a powder. It would be approximately 1.25 grams. That is one point two five grams, a gram and a quarter.
First, to be accurate, you'd need the density (specific gravity) of the material or liquid you are converting.
But regardless, 3 milligrams would be "just a speck" as compared to 1 milliliter. There are 1,000 GRAMS in a milliliter. There are 1,000 milligrams in a GRAM. Roughly speaking, 3 milligrams would be about 0.000003 of a milliliter.