Elixir is defined as: A magical or medicinal potion, or a particular type of medicinal solution. Dixie Elixirs come with a child- resistant dosing cap featuring a line at the 15 ml mark to allow patients to find their perfect dose. These Elixirs are made with pure cane sugar and have no artificial coloring or flavors. Special homogenization technology increases the bioavailability and reduces the uptake time. The Dixie site says: “Deliciously juicy cherries and terrifically tart lime join with pure clean- extracted THC for a dance party in your mouth. Get refreshed, relaxed and ready for fun.”
To fully enjoy this drink, we used it to make an infused limeade canna-cocktail and added a full capful to a glass of club soda over ice with 3 fresh squeezed lime wedges and a couple of maraschino cherries. This was an ideal drink to have on a hot Summer day in Oklahoma. It’s got a great cherry limeade taste and the THC is very subtle, you can’t even taste it. In liquid form, the cannabinoids within a drink have the potential to be somewhat absorbed sublingually as you sip on your beverage, while also passing through the digestive tract more quickly than would happen with a regular edible. That means this cherry limeade elixir worked fast and really well while also being a very nice alternative to a standard alcoholic cocktail. I was able to casually sip and continuously ingest more cannabis as the afternoon progressed until I was in a very laid back state of total relaxation. Be careful because you’ll want to have a lot of these but it shouldn’t take too much. The bottle is a total of 200mg and this should be good for mixing between 10-20 drinks, depending on your tolerance. See more of what all they’re up to at dixieelixirs.com.
Patrick Ian Moore