Here at Scientific Nutritional Products we truly value all of our customers so this November, with Christmas on the horizon, we thought it was the perfect time to give a little something back to our loyal customers! This fabulous, new special offer provides £5 off a 1 kg tub of Equine Joint Right Supreme by simply entering the code JRSKILO at the checkout. This special offer is perfect for the coming winter months which can often result in our equine presenting with stiffer movement and uncomfortable joints. The Joint Right Supreme special offer is due to be launched in November and will be available online until 31st January 2014 allowing your horses and ponies to stay mobile and comfortable during the colder months whilst offering you the opportunity to save some pennies! Equine Joint Right Supreme contains optimum levels of Glucosamine, Chondrotin and MSM which help to build equine cartilage, ligaments, tendons and develop synovial fluid found in the horse or pony's joints. Containing crucial Hyaluronic Acid, which naturally occurs within the body and assists in cushioning and lubricating joints. In addition to helping to advance the condition of the joints Joint Right Supreme also includes Omega 3, well known as an anti-inflammatory in order to soothe and comfort aching joints. For more information about Joint Right Supreme or any other of the wide range of equine and canine supplements available from Scientific Nutritional Products visit the website; www.horsesupplementsdirect.com and keep a look out on our website to claim the special offer in November 2013!
Special Offer from Scientific Nutritional Products for Joint Right Supreme
Posted by Tom Gatenby on 01 November, 2013
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