Yes, I remember seeing that. I think the studies were carried out in Japan, if I remember correctly.
There were some clinical trials on SST at some point but my Google-fu is somewhat lacking today.
Is that a special magic potion Bill is cooking up?
Nice to get some real comments back on this forum.
Looks like bill will be cooking up a batch of onions, thymus, daisies and mushrooms too. Great sounding liver cleanse potion if I ever heard of.
STAY AWAY FROM LLOYD LEFT AND FAKE CURES otherwise send your money to me please - I can grow a lot of daisies and mushrooms with what they are going to charge you!
And I don’t have the energy to argue about the con man Looyd Wrong. But I’m still chuckling about the recipe thing, hehehehe!!!
Lloyd Wrigth is a god. But, you need to be careful about mentioning his name on this forum. The next thing you know Bill1954 will come up with a crockpot receipe for beef thymus and onions.
be careful, the man lloyd is a quack... there have been many discussions here about him and if you do some research, you will find that his claims of a cure are not supported by any medical research.
hello I have heard of it and also take it. go to www.hepcfree ther you will find lots of research studies.the name of the stuff is liver formula his name is Lloyd wright, fe also had hep c cured himself .lots of luck
After 4 pages of Google search, I couldn't find anything but promotion and sales stuff, no science. The chinese medicines that really get talked up usually have scientific research studies attached to them. I'd be reluctant to try something without some science behind it. I know bupleurum is a daisy. I know that the liver only processes blood. All I know.
Thought I... would post a comment myself since I'm sure I'm one of the few who never got an answer from anyone...there I fell better. Next time I won't bother