Higashimaru Shoyu's Soy Sauce-based Supplement Helps Alleviate Allergic Symptoms.
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[Japanese shyu; see soy.] , a Japanese soy sauce manufacturer, announced on January 30 that Siki-Sokai, the company's proprietary supplement launched in December 2004, helps alleviate allergic symptoms.
The company says that 70% of the customers who have bought Siki-Sokai felt that the hay fever hay fever, seasonal allergy causing inflammation of the mucous membranes of the nose and eyes. It is characterized by itching about the eyes and nose, sneezing, a profuse watery nasal discharge, and tearing of the eyes. symptoms were alleviated by taking the product. Siki-Sokai, which contains shoyu polysaccharides (SPS (Standby Power System) A UPS system that switches to battery backup upon detection of power failure. See UPS.
SPS - Symbolic Programming System. Assembly language for IBM 1620. ), is only available via the Internet, phone, fax or postal mail. SPS, a substance found in soy sauce, is known for its anti-allergic effects.
A 90-tablet bottle sells for 1,575 yen ($13).
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