HerbsPro Discount Coupon Codes for 5% for July 2011

4th of July  - Additional 5% off on all Orders

2 Days Only Sale - Additional 5% off on all Orders

HerbsPro is a nutritional supplement reseller based in Northern California. This is a new vendor for us, so we’re still evaluating them. So far, it looks like they have very competitive prices particularly for supplement fans who buy in bulk as on many products they offer increasing discounts at quantities 4, 8, and 12.

Two 5% discount codes for savings from HerbsPro run through July 31, 2011. Their “4th of July Special” coupon code DSC200523 is good for 5% off everything. DSC200549 is also good for 5% off.

Free shipping applies to orders over $89 under of 3 pounds or less weight. For heavier orders, they charge $5.95 flat rate ground shipping.

They offer a “cash back” rewards program for frequent customers that offers up to 5% back on orders over $399 (use HerbsPro discount coupon code DSC198130). After $1000 in orders, double rewards points are added. For a more complete explanation, read HerbsPro Cash Back Program.

HerbsPro reviews on Google are generally good, about 4.3 stars out of 5.

An example of a very well-priced product at HerbsPro is NOW Foods L-Proline 500mg 120 capsules amino acid supplement. In quantity 12, it costs $6.64 per bottle. With the coupons and cash back rewards program, you can save even more. Linus Pauling, the double Nobel Prize winning biochemist, believed that atherosclerosis in the circulatory system and consequent high blood pressure could be largely prevented by supplementing with high dosages of vitamin C plus L-Proline and L-Lysine amino acids. The vitamin C helps repair lesions in arterial walls and the higher concentrations of proline and lysine help to keep artery-clogging Lp(a) cholesterol to those lesions which thereby helps avoid building up atherosclerotic plaque.

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