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SST (Sho-saiko-to) is made up of seven medicinal plants which, when used together, help to build immunity and stabilize liver health. Learn more about the benefits of SST, and why it was temporarily unavailable until just recently.

SST’s temporary disappearance had nothing to do with the product itself, but with the constraints of lawful herbal supplement sales and marketing.

The formula upon which SST is derived has a long history of helping conditions related to the liver and gallbladder. Despite the time-tested strength this formula displays in supporting several areas of human health, sales and marketing restrictions rendered it unavailable for a short amount of time. Luckily, the obstacle hindering the sale of SST has been resolved, making this legendary supplement accessible to consumers once again.

Known in Traditional Chinese Medicine as Xiao Chai Hu Tang, the herbal formula known as SST originated during the Eastern Han Dynasty (25 AD – 220 AD). Comprised of seven ingredients, Xiao Chai Hu Tang was traditionally brewed as a tea. Although this potent brew was very effective, the labor involved in its preparation and the pungent, bitter taste dissuaded many potential benefactors from taking it. Comprised of the exact same seven ingredients as Xiao Chai Hu Tang, SST is a compliant-friendly capsule that doesn’t require brewing a tea or tasting the potent herbs.

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