Si Wu Tang (Sun Ten)
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The Sun Ten brand of Si Wu Tang. This formula is also known as Si Wu Wan, Four Substances for Women, Tangkuei Four Combination.
Format and Dosage:
100 Sun Ten Capsules - General Dose 1-2 capsules 2-3 times per day. At full dose lasts approximately 16 days.
Our theory site has clinical information about Si Wu Tang including, traditionally included ingredients, diagnostic associations, potential clinical applications and more. For usage we recommend that you consult directly with a practitioner (see why here).
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Formula Details @ Store
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Details and Brands @ Store
- HBW ($8.99)200 HBW Teapills - General Dose 5-8 teapills 2-3 times per day. At full dose lasts approximately 9 days.
About Sun Ten:
Dr. Hong-yen Hsu is the founder of Sun Ten. He was recognized as the “Father of Scientific Chinese herbal Extraction” in Taiwan as he devoted his life to the modernization of Chinese herbal extraction. He later became the Director of the Drug Control Bureau, a position comparable to the United States’ F.D.A. Dr. Hsu established Sun Ten in 1946 originating in Taiwan. Sun Ten has since grown into a pharmaceutical grade manufacturing company dedicated to produce the world’s finest Chinese herbal extract product for nearly seven decades. Quality assurance is guaranteed right from the start through careful selection of authentic raw herbs, controlled manufacturing process and finished product reassurance through scientific measures. With an emphasis on safety, quality, efficacy, and consistency Sun Ten is able to produce high quality products, which meet the strictest of international standards.
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Si Wu Tang - Sun Ten
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- Store Category: Herbal Formulas
Brand: Sun Ten
Base Formula: Si Wu Tang Wan
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