Cardax, Inc. ("Cardax") (OTCQB:CDXI) is pleased to announce the successful launch of ZanthoSyn, our first product to help consumers safely address their inflammatory health.* Our product launch strategy has centered around educating physicians and other healthcare professionals on the benefits of ZanthoSyn. Our launch approach has been to focus first on the Honolulu area where we can meet regularly with physicians as well as consumers to assess their feedback and refine our sales, marketing, and distribution strategy. Over the past three months since launching ZanthoSyn, we have held meetings with more than fifty physicians in the Honolulu area who combined treat more than 100,000 patients, many of whom have inflammatory health issues. We have provided these physicians with samples of ZanthoSyn to give to their appropriate patients. Although early, feedback has been encouraging and we are seeing this convert into purchases of ZanthoSyn through our website. "Doctors and other healthcare professionals have been very receptive to ZanthoSyn and are reporting back to us the satisfaction that many of their patients are experiencing with our product. We are encouraged by this positive uptake and feedback," said Randall Mau, Cardax's Director of Medical and Business Affairs and former Senior Business Manager with Pfizer in Hawaii, who is heading the Company's marketing efforts in the healthcare and business communities. "We are pleased with the successful launch of ZanthoSyn. We will continue to work with doctors and consumers to refine our message and expand our markets in a thoughtful way through Hawaii and then more broadly over the next months and quarters. We are off to a good start," added Cardax President and CEO, David G. Watumull. About Cardax Cardax devotes substantially all of its efforts to developing and commercializing safe anti-inflammatory dietary supplements and drugs. Cardax is initially focusing on astaxanthin, which is a powerful and safe naturally occurring anti-inflammatory without the side effects of currently marketed anti-inflammatories. The safety and efficacy of Cardax's products have not been directly evaluated in clinical trials or confirmed by the FDA.