Originally created to help support the negative effects of blood sugar imbalances, Ketsumeisei is a proprietary blend of Chinese herbs which studies have shown to be effective in supporting healthy metabolic function and microcirculatory disorders within the body.

Ketsumeisei is a proprietary herbal compound that includes sickle-pod senna, Chinese wild yam, safflower, astragalus root, cape jasmine fruit, kudzu vine root, Chinese licorice, and Chinese ginseng. Ketsumeisei has been formulated to support healthy metabolic function and microcirculatory disorders within the body.

Liver Support:

Improvement in microcirculation may have body-wide beneficial effects on organs, including the liver, which may lead to improvement in liver function.

  • Helps to maintain normal blood sugar levels
  • Helps promotes general organ health

Microcirculation Support:

  • Healthy energy levels
  • Blood cleansing properties
  • Extremity circulation support
  • Healthy vision

May also help support the decrease of harmful free fatty acids in the blood, thus increasing total body health.


Traditional Chinese Medicine Theory

The “spleen” of traditional Chinese medicine refers to the functional system that controls digestion, absorption, and metabolism. Certain health conditions have been 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).

Dr. Xianen Wang, MD, PhD

Because genetic and molecular therapies provide only local treatment for certain symptoms, Dr. Wang formulated Ketsumeisei, a proprietary herbal compound that has been widely used in China and Japan for many years.

Dr. Wang’s ongoing involvement is practical and solution-oriented, emphasizing studies that address patients’ needs, 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 Juntendo University’s School of Medicine.

Ketsumeisei is recommended by the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Japan and the Japan-China Society, Inc.