NutraLife BioSciences (OTCQB: NLBS) Delivers 30,000 NutraDerma Bug Patch Mosquito Relief Patches to the Bahamas After Hurricane Dorian
Coconut Creek, FL - ( NewMediaWire ) - September 13, 2019 - A NutraLife BioSciences representative, along with several other volunteers from South Florida, delivered 30,000 mosquito repellent patches and other relief supplies from South Florida to the Bahamas on September 7 to aid in the recovery from Hurricane Dorian. In addition to 30,000 NutraDerma mosquito relief patches donated by NutraLife BioSciences, the volunteers delivered items including medicine, medical supplies, diapers, food, water, hygiene kits, flashlights, tents, and propane cooking devices. The supplies arrived at 10:00 am and were immediately distributed to residents of Freeport, Bahamas.
Hurricane Dorian caused large scale destruction in the northwestern Bahamas, with Grand Bahama and the Abaco Islands being the most significantly affected. The death toll remains unknown and thousands are missing. At least 50,000 Bahamians are homeless as a result of the storm.
Among the many health risks posed by Hurricane Dorian is mosquito infestation. Hurricane Dorian resulted in widespread flooding and provided a breeding environment for mosquitoes carrying possibly dangerous and life-threatening diseases.
Edgar Ward, the Chief Executive Officer of NutraLife BioSciences, stated, “We hope that the 30,000 mosquito patches help residents avoid mosquito bites. Our patches are all-natural, with no side effects or harmful ingredients. As a South Florida company, our hearts go out to our neighbors in the Bahamas. We hope our efforts will provide much-needed relief and help our neighbors, colleagues, and all those impacted by Hurricane Dorian begin the long process of recovery as they work to put their lives and communities back together. We will continue to monitor relief efforts in the Bahamas and provide assistance to our neighbors.”
Stock Symbol: OTCQB: NLBS | Coconut Creek, FL. 33073 | 888.509.8901
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About the Company:
Since the Company was founded in 2010, it has evolved into a branded and private label developer, manufacturer, and distributor of a wide range of nutraceutical, wellness, and CBD products. The Company started with three nutraceutical spray products in 2010. Since then, the Company has evolved into an FDA registered manufacturer of a wide range of life science products that include seventeen (17) different core formulations with over 50 different variations. The Company’s products include:
· Cannabinoid-rich hemp oil derived from industrial hemp
· Nutraceutical Sprays and Tinctures with CBD as an added ingredient
· Topical lotions and oils applied directly to the skin
· Cosmetics and Skin Care including a CBD product line
· CBD and other pet products as a dietary supplement
· All-natural effective mosquito relief patches
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