Hilton Herbs to launch new Herbal Cooling Gel

Hilton Herbs are launching a new product into their natural healthcare product range for horses - a cooling gel which will be an ideal companion to their other recently launched formula, MSM+TM.

MSM+TM Herbal Formula Cooling Gel combines three fine cut herbs with ultra-pure Alavis MSM. It is applied as a routine application after strenuous work, and to help aid with sore, tight muscles and areas of inflammation.

Alavis MSM has been professionally trialled in double blind clinical trials with racehorses and shown to be of great benefit to equine athletes. This cooling gel will bring many benefits of MSM and herbs directly to problem areas.

‘Comfrey leaves’ are traditionally eaten as a cure for poor circulation and as a blood strengthener and cleanser. ‘Arnica’ helps to reduce inflammation and decrease pain, and ‘Yarrow’ is known for its anti-inflammatory, anti-haemorrhagic and wound healing properties.

MSM+TM Herbal Formula Cooling Gel is available in 500ml bottles with full care instructions. Contact Hilton Herbs on: Tel: +44 (0) 1460 270700, Fax: +44 (0) 1460 270702, E-mail: [email protected], or look at their website: www.hiltonherbs.com

For a limited period, Hilton Herbs are offering a free 500ml bottle of MSM+TM; Herbal Formula Cooling Gel when customers purchase 1 kilo or more of their MSM+TM.

Carolwood Corporation is North America’s premier source for first quality food grade MSM (methyl-sulfonyl-methane). This is marketed under the trade name Alavis MSM™ for animals and Lignisul MSM™ for humans. The Company has also introduced Entrox ® - an essential fatty acid (EFA) supplement that contains Omega 3,6,9 and other essential phytochemical nutrients. These fine grade raw materials are subjected to strict purity testing controls and are sold in bulk to the nutraceutical trade through distributors and wholesalers.

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