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The Creator of SP Pro-Liver Pills (Yang Gan Wan)
Dr. Sheng-pu Lee was the first Chinese medicine practitioner to develop SP Pro-Liver Pills as a proprietary Chinese medicine. Dr. Lee’s Pro-Liver Pills soon achieved recognition in the scientific community through international research experiments. As a result, Pro-Liver Pills are used around the world as an effective liver ailments preventative medicine.
Dr. Sheng-pu Lee comes from a long line of Chinese medicine practitioners. He began studying Chinese medicine early, and due to his uniquely skillful ability to diagnose ailments and prescribe effective medicines, he became known by his patients as the “young prodigy doctor.” After years of successful clinical work, Dr. Lee sought to share his formulations with people beyond his clinic. This led Dr. Lee to establish Sheng-pu Pharmaceuticals, which achieved Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) compliance by producing high-quality formulas that ensure efficacy and safety in a process-inspected facility.
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Sheng-Pu Traditional Chinese Medicine Features
All TCM herbs used are natural and in compliance with Taiwan's regulatory standards.
GENTLE WITHOUT SIDE EFFECTS
Chinese Medicine is mild, non-invasive, and largely side effect free, as well as being suitable for long-term use to maintain optimal health.
MADE IN TAIWAN
Sheng-Pu's products are manufactured in our own Taiwan factory, in an environment that complies with Taiwan's strict GMP standards.
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