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Dixie Elixirs and Edibles launches first true low dose THC-Infused Soda with Watermelon Cream Dixie One

DBR Staff Writer Published 26 June 2014

Dixie Elixirs and Edibles, one of America’s first revolutionaries in THC-infused edibles, topicals and tinctures today announced the limited release of its first-ever low-dose Elixir—the Dixie One Watermelon Cream soda.

Boasting all-natural agave syrup, an unparalleled flavor profile of summertime watermelon, and 5MG of THC, this new product is designed for marijuana novices as well as experienced users looking for a light high.

This new Elixir joins Dixie's existing line of seven other flavors across its 40MG and 75MG strengths...with one major difference. This is the first product under a new line that Dixie is calling "Dixie One."

The Dixie One designation will be used for all single serving, single dose products. In other words, while Dixie's 40MG Elixir contains four "servings" of THC and is designed for sharing, the Dixie One Watermelon Cream Elixir is meant for one person to consume the whole bottle.

This single serving ethos will be extended to other products in the future as well.

"We are very excited about today's launch of Dixie One Watermelon Cream Elixir because not only is it a great product, but it is also a direct reflection of the promise we have made to the consumer to always drive the future of cannabis," said Tripp Keber, CEO of Dixie Elixirs. "We are just six months into the legalization of adult-use cannabis, and we are learning from our customers daily about their wants, needs and concerns. Dixie One is born of the need to fill a gap we identified for lower dose delivery systems that would allow infused product fans to consume an entire package without being concerned with over-consumption. Likewise, as more people began to understand the benefits of THC and edibles, we knew there would be a demand for a choice that would be safe for those looking to try THC for the first time."

 

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