Frequently Asked Questions

Most frequent questions and answers

CBD

Is CBD Legal?

CBD is legal in EU countries

CBD – Cannabidiol is one of the 2 major ingredients found in the Cannabis plant (among many, many other beneficial ingredients). It is important to point out that it is not psychoactive and does not cause the so-called ‘high’ therefore safe to use.

What Is the Difference Between THC and CBD?

Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) and cannabidiol (CBD) are the two primary cannabinoids that occur naturally in the Cannabis sativa plant, most commonly known as cannabis. Both of these substances interact with the cannabinoid receptors found in the human body and brain, but they differed dramatically in their effects. CBD is non-psychoactive which means that it will not get the user high. Because of this trait, CBD appears more frequently than THC in dietary and natural supplements.

What Are The Different Types of CBD Oil?

In just a couple of years, millions of people got started with CBD oils, but many users still find them a bit confusing. In this email, you will learn the main differences between CBD oils available on the market.

CBD Isolate Oils – made with pure CBD Isolate. They don’t contain any other cannabinoids than CBD, which does not support the so-called entourage effect. CBD Isolate is the safest choice for a CBD vaping product, but it’s not the best for CBD Oils.

CBD Full Spectrum Oils – contain CBD extract with many different compounds, mostly other cannabinoids, and terpenes. But they also contain THC in small quantities (usually 0.1% to 0.2% THC). This level of THC is not legal in most parts of the world, and it could be detected by authorities if they chose to inspect it.

CBD Broad Spectrum Oils – probably the best choice for most users of CBD oils. They contain CBD as well as other useful cannabinoids and terpenes, but in contrast to the full-spectrum oil, THC is not detected.

What strength CBD oil should I take?

Truth is it is very hard for us to answer this question without breaking the rules about medically advertising CBD.

You may have already contacted a CBD company and were denied advice for a specific medical condition.

However, we can provide helpful guidance on the dosage as per customer testimonials.

  • When to take 5% CBD oil: If you are taking CBD oil as a general health supplement as part of a healthy daily diet.
  • When to take 10% CBD oil: Customers are taking this oil for general mental issues.
  • When to take 20% CBD oil: Customers are taking this for serious physical issues.

What CBD Oil We Supply

I Am Wizzrd supply full spectrum Cannabis products made from hemp. Our products contain CBD (Cannabidiol) and other legal cannabinoids in various forms. In compliance with Irish law all products contain less than 0.2% THC.

We do not make any claims of medical or health benefits resulting from the use of our products. Any statements made have not been evaluated by any national regulatory agency.

If you are unsure of taking our products to consult your doctor prior to use especially if you are taking any medication. This product is a food supplement and it is not intended to treat, cure, diagnose or prevent any disease.

Are There Any Side-Effects?

Some possible side-effects may occur when using CBD products, such as:

Nausea
Drowsiness or fatigue
Changes in appetite
Changes in mood
Dry Mouth

What are the Possible Benefits of CBD Oil?

CBD oil can ease the symptoms of a wide variety of health problems, including:

  • Acne
  • Anorexia
  • Anxiety
  • Chronic pain
  • Depression
  • Drug addiction and withdrawal
  • Epilepsy
  • Glaucoma
  • High blood pressure
  • Insomnia
  • Muscle spasms
  • Parkinson’s disease

 

How to Calculate the Dosage?

To determine the dose, remember that each drop equals 0.05 mL. This means that a 30-mL bottle of CBD oil will have roughly 600 drops. If the concentration of the tincture is 1,500 mg per mL, one drop would equal 2.5 mg (1,500 mg ÷ 600 drops = 2.5 mg).

Vaping

What is an e-cigarette?

An e-cigarette is an electronic tobacco smoking substitute that creates a vapour mist to replicate the experience of smoking a cigarette. There are many types available for those first starting out, on a budget, or looking to splash out.

What are the benefits of e-cigarettes versus regular cigarettes?

Regular cigarette smoke contains over 4,000 chemicals, including 43 carcinogenic compounds and 400 other toxins. These include nicotine, tar, carbon monoxide, as well as formaldehyde, ammonia, hydrogen cyanide, arsenic and DDT. 

E-cigarettes are non-combustible and, therefore, contain no ash, smoke, tar, or carcinogens. They also do not smell like regular cigarettes (hurrah!) and are widely considered to pose no cause for concern to bystanders.

When should I replace my coil?

Coils will need replacing periodically; the length of time between changes depends on a number of factors. The amount of device use, power settings, chosen e-liquid, and other variables, all affect the lifespan of the coil. Generally you would want to replace your coil as and when you encounter a burnt or poor taste from your atomiser.

What is a coil?

These are the heart of your vaping device. Generally, with a manufactured coil (previously known as wicks), you’ll see a small wire wrapped around cotton. The cotton is soaked in e-liquid and, when the wire is heated by the battery, it turns the e-liquid into vapour.

The resistance of a coil is defined in ohms, which tells you how much current the coil will allow to pass through it. The lower the resistance, the more heat will be generated meaning that you will produce more vapour and experience a more intense flavour from your vape juice. The downside is that you will go through more e-liquid and your battery life will be reduced.

What is the difference between vaping products and smoking?

Vaping products are nicotine and non-nicotine delivery systems that do not contain tobacco, where a liquid is delivered orally to the user in the form of vapour rather than in the form of smoke. Vaping products are not cigarettes as they do not contain tobacco.

How do I Choose the e-liquid strength?

As you make the switch to vaping from regular cigarettes, you can consider this a guide to the nicotine strength you should try. Of course, this isn’t definitive as other factors, such as VG/PG ratio and your chosen flavour can have an effect on the nicotine hit, so you should always experiment with a few variants. 

10+ regular cigarettes per day = 18 mg nicotine strength

Up to 10 light cigarettes per day = 12 mg nicotine strength

Up to 10 ultra-light cigarettes per day = 6 mg nicotine strength

Very light/occasional smokers = 3 mg nicotine strength

Nicotine free = 0 mg nicotine strength

What is e-liquid?

E-liquid can also be known as e-juice, vape liquid, vape juice or coil sauce and is the liquid that you drip into your vaping device which is heated by the coil to create vapour. It consists of just four ingredients: propylene glycol (PG), vegetable glycerine (VG), flavouring and nicotine. The VG and PG are additives from the food industry that are typically used to sweeten or preserve food (more on this below). 

Ultimately, the blend you choose will be a very personal thing so it’s a good idea to experiment with a few different brands to find the perfect vape juice for you.

You may prefer more PG for the throat hit or more VG for increased vapour production and intense flavour. You may favour a particular flavour group (tobacco, menthol, fruits, vanilla, caramel, mixed berries – the choice is endless). You may decide to vape a liquid with a high, medium, or no nicotine at all. 

How do I prime my coil to avoid premature burnout?

It’s really important to make sure your coil is primed properly before you first fire the device. To achieve this, you can follow the following simple instructions:

  • Drip some e-liquid into the holes in the top and the side of the coil, allowing the cotton inside soak it up between drips. Be generous; if there is any excess once the cotton is fully saturated you can simply flick the coil to let it come out.
  • Refit the coil and fill your tank with vape juice
  • Allow to sit for a few minutes to soak
  • Take a few ‘Primer Puffs’ by pulling on the atomizer as if you were vaping but WITHOUT firing the device
  • If your device has adjustable power, turn it to a low setting and fire it there
  • Work the power higher at intervals until you are back to your preferred power level
  • Bingo, you should now have successfully primed your coil!

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