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Mexus provides plan for Santa Elena

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CABORCA, Mexico, Aug. 06, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Mexus Gold US (OTCQB:MXSG)("Mexus" or the "Company") released a report from staff geologist, Cesar Lemas, outlining the plan for the Santa Elena mine.

"The report written by Cesar gives a clear outline as to our plans for this property.  A 43-101 report with a proven resource will give us a bankable reserve moving forward.  We are speaking to multiple parties who have shown interest in helping with a drill program,"  added Mexus CEO Paul Thompson.

Santa Elena report

About Mexus Gold US

Mexus Gold US is an American based mining company with holdings in Mexico.  The fully owned Santa Elena mine is located 54km NW of Caborca, Mexico.  Mexus also owns rights to the Ures property located 80km N of Hermosillo, Mexico. This property contains 6900 acres and has both gold and copper on the property.   Founded in 2009, Mexus Gold US is committed to protecting the environment, mine safety and employing members of the communities in which it operates.

For more information on Mexus Gold US, visit www.mexusgoldus.com.  Paul Dent  425-478-4908

Cautionary Statement

Forward looking Statement: Statements in this press release may constitute forward-looking statements and are subject to numerous risks and uncertainties, including the failure to complete successfully the development of new or enhanced products, the Company's future capital needs, the lack of market demand for any new or enhanced products the Company may develop, any actions by the Company's partners that may be adverse to the Company, the success of competitive products, other economic factors affecting the Company and its markets, seasonal changes, and other risks detailed from time to time in the Company's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. The actual results may differ materially from those contained in this press release. The Company disclaims any obligation to update any statements in this press release.

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