sho-saiko-to


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sho-saiko-to

Japanese herbal medicine
A herbal formulation that increases production of tumour necrosis factor, stabilises cell membranes, increases the efficiency of antigen presentation to the immune system, inhibits Epstein-Barr virus, reduces prostaglandin E-induced suppression of white cells, and has been used for chronic hepatitis.

sho-saiko-to

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A traditional Chinese and Japanese herbal mixture used to treat chronic hepatitis and other illnesses.
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Sho-saiko-to has been demonstrated in anti-fibrotic effect by inhibition of lipid peroxidation in hepatocytes and stellate cells in animal studies.
According to the design of the clinical trial, 31 patients will receive Sho-saiko-to (H09) granules at 2.
In the United States, Sho-saiko-to (H09) is available in granules through health professionals and in tablet as Liver Kampo to consumers.