Our modern lifestyle has resulted in a sharp increase in Type II diabetes, which is now a major problem for society.
Diabetes is a disease involving insulin, a hormone necessary to convert sugar, starches, and other carbohydrates into energy needed for daily life. In Type I diabetes, the body produces too little insulin or "resists" the hormone by failing to use it properly.
Type II diabetes results from genetic factors along with stress, poor diet, obesity, lack of exercise, and other lifestyle habits. It is a metabolic and circulatory disorder that without proper treatment may lead to kidney, nerve, and eye damage as well as heart attacks and other complications.
Treatment has always included lowering and controlling the patient's blood sugar levels. Because even effective blood sugar control often fails to stop further complications, treatment now includes improving their symptoms to help prevent more damage. Current treatments for complications are inadequate and may cause serious side effects, especially when the patient is taking several drugs.
An herbal compund that affects the entire body, Ketsumeisei is taken for metabolic and microcirculatory disturbances. Clinical studies have shown that in Type II diabetic patients, Ketsumeisei clearly decreases free fatty acid, which may contribute to insulin resistance.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How long must a patient take Ketsumeisei in order to see results?
Although many patients see some results in one month, the average trial is two months.
Does Ketsumeisei affect the following common diabetes complications: heart disease and stroke; kidney disease; eye, foot, or skin complications; nerve damage; digestive disturbance; depression?
The common causes for diabetes complications are metabolic and microcirculatory failures. Because of its benefits throughout the body, Ketsumeisei can be taken for these complications.
How much Ketsumeisei does the body absorb?
If Ketsumeisei is taken on an empty stomach, more than 90% is absorbed.
What are the known side effects of Ketsumeisei in Type II diabetes patients?
None at present.
Is there a particular diet that works most efficiently when taking Ketsumeisei?
Patients need to follow a healthy diet, limit alcohol intake, and engage in regular physical exercise.
After using Ketsumeisei as directed, in most cases, glucose levels in diabetics decrease or can be maintained with less insulin or oral hypoglycemic agents. In many cases glucose levels decrease without any hypoglycemic agents.
60% of diabetics taking Ketsumeisei experienced decreased glucose within 2 months. Nearly 100% of diabetics experienced improvement of subjective symptoms during the same time period.
Chinese and Western medical science differ fundamentally in their systems for explaining the workings of the human body, but both have the shared objetive of treating and alleviating disease. Thus, they need to exist in mutual opposition, but should be able to coexist harmoniously by reinforcing and supporting each other.
Western medicine excels in:
Detailed screening/Diagnosis of organic illnesses
Infectious disease caused by microbes, etc.
Aggressive treatment with chemotherapy and surgery
Eastern medicine excels in:
Length of experience with clinical practice
Diagnosis of dysfunction/constituional abnormalities
Treating a weak constitution with reduced resistance to disease or chronic illnesses
Convalescence and prevention/treatment of lifestyle diseases
Holistic treatment of the overall constitution with natural or herbal medicines and acupuncture/acupressure
Few side effects
Dr. Xianen Wang, MD, PhD:
Dr. Xianen Wang began investigating viable diabetes treatments when he noticed that the disease was on the rise, with increasing numbers of patients suffering and dying from complications. The development of insulin and medications did not lower the incidence.
Because genetic and molecular therapies provide only local treatment foe certain symptoms, Dr. Wang formulated Ketsumeisei, a proprietary herbal compound that has been widely used in China and Japan to treat diabetes for many years.
Dr. Wang's ongoing involvement in diabetes is practical and solution-oriented, emphasizing studies that will directly alleviate patient's pain, rather than studies for purely academic purposes.
Dr. Wang was granted an Associate Professorship at China's Tongji Medical College in 1995, and became a Full Professor there in 2002. In December 2005, he became an Associate Professor in the Department of Gastroenterology, as well as a Japan's very first Foreign Associate Professor at Jutendo University's School of Medicine.
Dosage and Administration:
Adults and children over 12 years: 3,000 mg (1 packet) per day
Children under 12 years: 1,500 mg (half a packet) per day
For sever symptoms, the dosage recommended for adults and children over 12 years is 6,000 mg (2 packets) per day for 4 to 8 weeks. Consults your physician.
Serving Size: 1 packet 3,000 mg
Servings per box: 30 packets 90 g
Amount per Serving: 3,000 mg
Proprietary Blend, sicklepod Senna, Chinese Wild Yam, Safflower, Astragalus Root, Cape Jasmine Fruit, Kudzu Vine Root, Chinese Licorice, Chinese ginseng.
Warnings and Precautions:
Ketsumeisei cannot be taken by patients with a history of hypersensitivty to any of its components. To date, the compound has caused no known interactions with other drugs. Patients who are pregnant or nursing should consult a healthcare professional before using Ketsumeisei. Like any other compound, it should be kept out of the reach of children.