Ketsumeisei has been found to help maintain stabilized blood sugar and improve insulin resistance by helping to lower free fatty acid in the body, according to clinical studies.*
Ketsumeisei has been found to help maintain stabilized blood sugar and improve insulin resistance by helping to lower free fatty acid in the body, according to clinical studies.Ketsumeisei is a proprietary herbal compound that affects the entire body, and can be taken for metabolic and microcirculatory disturbances like those associated Type II diabetes mellitus and insulin resistance.
Insulin resistance and free fatty acid have been identified as being contributing factors to the onset of diabetes. Our rapidly changing modern lifestyle has also resulted in a sharp increase in the incidence of Type II diabetes mellitus, which is now a major problem for society.
What is Ketsumeisei?
Ketsumeisei is indicated for the maintenance of normalized blood sugar levels and insulin resistance disorders, such as:
Studies have shown that glucose levels can be decreased or maintained with less insulin or oral hypoglycemic agents when using 6 grams per day of Ketsumeisei. The suggested use is 3 grams per day.
Who Can Benefit From Ketsumeisei?
Ketsumeisei is appropriate for people with insulin resistance syndrome or microcirculation failures. This includes diabetes, angina, myocardial infarction, eyestrain, anapeiratic red-eye, glaucoma, cataract, constipation, angitis, and phlebeurysm, after effects of stroke, vascular dementia, side effects of anticancer agents, postoperative recovery, intestinal adhesion, congestion resulting from injury, menstrual irregularities, stiff shoulder, coptosis, and anemia.
Ketsumeisei is for people with:
Hypoglycemia (low blood sugar)
Type II diabetes
High blood pressure
Treatments for diabetics has always included lowering and controlling the patient’s blood sugar levels, yet this approach often fails to stop further complications and may cause serious side effects, especially, when the patient is taking several drugs. Ketsumeisei offers a way to improve symptoms to help prevent more damage.
Clinical studies have shown that in Type II diabetic patients, Ketsumeisei can clearly:
Help improve metabolism
Help lower blood pressure
Help increase ATP (energy of the cells)
Help decrease or maintain glucose levels
Help decrease free fatty acid, which may contribute to insulin resistance
In one study, 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.
Traditional Chinese Medicine Theory:
The “spleen” of traditional Chinese medicine refers to the functional system that controls digestion, absorption, and metabolism. The diabetic constitution is attributed to the metabolic and circulatory pathologic condition associated with “spleen vacuity”, stagnant blood, and liver-kidney yin deficiency. The primary pathology is “spleen vacuity”, characterized by metabolic disorder. This leads to microcirculatory disorder (stagnant blood), which leads to inadequate synthesis of bodily substances (e.g., blood-pressure-controlling substances as liver-kidney yin). Type II diabetes is not rapid onset. The diabetic constitution commonly predates the abnormal rise in blood sugar. Onset of diabetes and diabetic complications may be prevented by early correction of the constitution.
Ketsumeisei is recommended by the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Japan and the Japan-China Society, Inc.
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As a dietary supplement, per day without food, or as recommended by your healthcare professional:
Adults and children over 12 years: 3,000 mg (1 packet) per day
Children 6 to 12 years: 1,500 mg (1/2 a packet) per day.
Take without food or as recommended by your healthcare professional. Tear open package contents and empty into your mouth and follow with a glass of water. Take immediately after opening.*
WARNING: If you are pregnant or lactating, consult a healthcare professional before using. Ketsumeisei improves blood circulation, so the intake of blood thinners may need to be reduced or stopped under a doctors supervision. Ketsumeisei cannot be taken by patients with a history of hypersensitivity to any of its components. Keep out of reach of children. Consult your physician if an allergic reaction occurs. Do not use this product if the safety seal is broken. Store in a cool dry place.*
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