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Earth Science Tech, Inc. (ETST) Selects Hygee Name for MSN-2 Home Medical Testing Kit, Sets Prelaunch Clinical Study in Quebec

  • Earth Science Tech anticipates registration of the trademark for the product will be approved within 10 months
  • Company is conducting a pre-launch clinical study of the product in Quebec, Canada, with Clinique Santé Amitié
  • Line of full-spectrum cannabinoid chocolates extended with three new raw dark chocolate products formulated with joint venture partner Karmavore Superfoods

Earth Science Tech, Inc. (OTC: ETST) has named its MSN-2 home testing medical kit for women ‘Hygee’, the French name of the Goddess of Health and the word for ‘hygiene’ in Greek mythology. The kit, to be marketed worldwide, is designed for the detection of sexually transmitted infections (STI), such as chlamydia (http://ibn.fm/vfq9j).

ETST is conducting a pre-launch clinical study of the kit with Clinique Santé Amitié in Quebec, Canada. The company says that test results will be released shortly. ETST’s marketing team worked with Absolu Communications to select the name, reflecting the product’s dedication to women’s health. The device is a home kit that collects human cells which are then laboratory tested (http://ibn.fm/IzTlp).

In a news release, Nickolas S. Tabraue, president and chairman of ETST, said, “We are very pleased with the work that Absolu has done on the name and on Hygee’s visual identity, including the logo design and the overall graphic signature of the product. We anticipate that the registration of the trademark will be officially approved within 10 months, with a 90 percent chance of approval.”

ETST, a biotech company based in Doral, Florida, is focused on developing medical devices for the pharmaceutical and nutraceutical fields and marketing its high-grade line of hemp cannabidiol (CBD). It also manufactures, markets and distributes its own cannabinoid products, including capsules and oils, to the nutraceutical and pharmaceutical markets.

ETST has also added three more unique full-spectrum cannabinoid products to its CBD raw chocolate line, extending it to five products. The new line consists of raw dark chocolate covered mangoes, coconut peppermint cups and caramelized quinoa crunch. All were formulated with ETST’s joint venture partner, Karmavore Superfoods, a health foods company. ETST anticipates a third quarter 2018 launch (http://ibn.fm/U6VEc).

ETST holds several wholly owned subsidiaries. Cannabis Therapeutics is an emerging biotechnology company. KannaBidioiD manufactures and distributes in the recreational sector. Earth Science Foundation, Inc. is becoming a non-profit and accepts grants and donations to conduct additional studies. Earth Science Pharmaceutical develops medical diagnostic tools and vaccines. It also has subsidiary Canno Inno Laboratories Inc., a strategic Montreal, Canada-based company formed to give ETST access to government grants.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.EarthScienceTech.com

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