The booming marijuana business has grown to new heights in states where it is legal, thanks to edible editions. But the new ways people are consuming cannabis are also raising some warning flags.
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On Aug. 21, 2017, the Denver Department of Environmental Health announced that Dixie Elixirs had six cannabis products recalled because they had not been made with food grade essential oils.
DENVER, Aug. 21, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Dixie Brands, Inc. (Dixie), the owner of Dixie Elixirs and Edibles, makers of cannabis-infused consumable and topical products, today announced that its Colorado manufacturer, Left Bank LLC, has issued a recall for six of its products.
OAK BROOK, Ill., June 28, 2017 /Weed Wire/ — Dixie Elixirs has worked with TricorBraun for stock packaging but this is the first time they would engage with them for an innovative, custom packaging solution.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 10, 2015 /Weed Wire/ — The Quigley’s Effect is here! Quigley’s, the first fast-acting long lasting cannabis drink, is now available for consumers in the Colorado market. It’s the perfect stocking stuffer or holiday gift for the astute Cannabis consumer for both adult and medical use.
DENVER, Nov. 17, 2015 /Weed Wire/ — Quigley’s, the first & only fast-acting cannabis drink, will be available in the Colorado market this Thanksgiving.
Smoking, vaporizing and eating marijuana-infused products is nothing new, but what if the consumer does not like these choices? There is another option that is quickly gaining traction.
Because “Pot Barons of Colorado” is essential viewing for any entrepreneur or investor aspiring to enter the legal marijuana business, Marijuana Investor Summit has announced that is bringing together the cast of the series for an exclusive afternoon lunch on April 21, 2015.
Life for Colorado marijuana users just got a little easier. Thanks to new state regulations governing the packaging, labeling and potency of marijuana edibles.
Ebbu specializes in creating healthier, safer cannabis-based medicinal and recreational products.
Now that recreational marijuana is legal in the state of Washington, it is available in a number of forms. Everyone knows that marijuana can be smoked, but companies such as Dixie Elixirs and Canna Cola also sell marijuana-infused edibles and drinks.
With edibles, as with tinctures and oils, it is now possible to produce strain-specific products with uniform chemical composition and potency because of developments in extraction and infusion technologies.
State health regulators in Colorado want to take a bite out of a significant sector of the marijuana industry by limiting what edibles may be manufactured and sold.