The result was a very unique and effective line of premium elixirs based on ancient Ayurvedic properties and modern cellular science.
The result is an unmatched platform of innovative Ayurvedic elixirs that satisfy smart consumer requests for natural, organic, science-based, clinically validated and efficacious ingredients for nutrition and rejuvenation at the cellular level.
The new Dixie Elixirs facility produces more than 100 SKUs across approximately 35 product types, including three types of cannabis-infused confections and six flavors of infused carbonated beverages in three strengths.
Dixie Elixirs production schedules pivot on the arrival of new raw material.
Dixie Elixirs & Edibles, LLC (a Colorado LLC), which is recognized by Colorado's Medical Marijuana Enforcement Division (MMED) as a Medical Marijuana Infused Products manufacturer (MMIP) still remains a separate entity and has entered into a licensing agreement with its branding partner, Red Dice Holdings, LLC effective immediately.
Dixie Elixirs & Edibles manufactures and distributes six carefully formulated product lines consisting of well over 40 medical marijuana infused products including medicated beverages and tonics, cannabis capsules, medicated lozenges and edibles as well as a full line of topicals and salves as part of the Dixie Botanticals line of products (which were recently featured on National Geographic's series "American Weed").
Patty Vincent, Coffee Product Manager at Green Mountain Coffee Roasters has described the Double-Bean Elixirs as "delicious and innovative new coffee products.
Java Pop manufactures the Double-Bean Elixirs for Green Mountain Coffee Roasters.
As fans of the "Green Bar" Elixir, including its organic cocktail menu and monthly Green Drinks Happy Hour, they decided to focus their efforts on helping more bars in the city operate in sustainable ways.
Elixir became one of the first fifty businesses to become designated as a Green Businesses by the City of San Francisco in December of 2005.
Elixir Guest Bartenders raised over $5500 in 2004 for charities across the Bay Area and the country.
Tonight at 9PM, the volunteers will be the actual staff of Elixir and they will donate all of their tips as well as a portion of the night's proceeds to Doctors Without Borders and UNICEF, two of the larger aid organizations currently helping victims of last week's natural disaster in Asia.