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Launch of Super Colon Cleanse 60-count

Sunil Kohli, COO of Health Plus Inc., has announced the launch of Super Colon Cleanse 60-count at a wallet-friendly $5.99.

“There are many people who want to try the more intense version of our Colon Cleanse; and Super Colon Cleanse has seen spectacular sales since its original inception,” Kohli says. “But at large bottle counts of 120, 240 and 264 capsules, trial was prohibitive. A 60-count size is much more reasonable for trial and of course, the price is also right.”

Super Colon Cleanse is a great starting point for individuals who are beginning a cleansing program or for those who need a thorough cleanse. It is all natural, non-invasive, and provides results consumers seek.

Super Colon Cleanse contains psyllium husk powder, senna powder, fennel seed, peppermint leaf, papaya leaf, rose hips, buckthorn bark, celery and acidophilus.

Kohli adds that the new launch is backed by Nielsen data that shows a smaller-count size has been selling with higher velocity than larger counts for consumer trial and introduction, based on personal budget restrictions imposed by the state of the economy. Further, the box features an eye-catching offer: a coupon for of ages old parental wisdom: ‘waste not, want not,’ Kohli adds.

About Health Plus, Inc.

Health Plus, Inc. was founded in 1981 with its then-groundbreaking supplement, Colon Cleanse, which pioneered the internal cleansing category. The core mission of Health Plus Inc. is to provide specific cleansing and detoxification supplements and teas that give a wide variety of consumers a solid foundation of re-invigorated health and well-being. Log onto

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