Traditional Chinese Medicine with Dr. S. X. Ke

I have been a patient of Dr. Song Xuan Ke for over thirty five years. He came highly recommended by a friend of mine who said he had helped her carry her babies full term. Before meeting him she’d had many miscarriages. On our first meeting he gave me herbs to balance and strengthen my entire system, while assisting me in avoiding surgery at the time. He has been of tremendous help to me on numerous occasions. I found his herbal remedies for balancing the kidneys and digestion to be exceptionally beneficial.

Dr Song Xuan Ke, MBAcC FRCHM MATCM, Founder and Principal of the Asanté Academy, has been teaching Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in China, UK, Italy, Sweden, Ireland, Holland, Belgium and USA for 30 years.

His clinical success as a leading consultant of T C M has been featured in the Observer, Daily Mail, and on BBC, CNN, ITV, CHANNEL 4 and many other broadcasting media throughout the world.

Asante Academy clinic has provided quality acupuncture treatment and Chinese Medicine healthcare for patients throughout London and indeed the rest of the world, since its opening in 2000. Asante Academy clinic is based in Archway London, and their team of experienced acupuncture and Chinese Medicine practitioners, headed by their Principal, Dr Song Ke, has built up a reputation for being one of the top Chinese Medicine Centres in London.They offer a comprehensive range of Chinese Medicine healthcare including: acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine and massage.

For further information please

Other articles by Dr. Song Xuan Ke:

Energy or Qi

The Kidney as the Root of the Body by Dr. S. X. Ke


The Kidney as the Root of the Body by Dr. Song Ke

| by Dr. Song Xuan Ke

In Chinese Medicine, the kidney is considered the most important organ in the body. Physiologically, as we all know, it is the key organ involved in purifying the blood, eliminating toxins from the body by means of urination. It is also, as is often forgotten, the rejuvenating recycling source of the body…Thanks to thousands of years of experience, Chinese Medicine has developed the concept of strengthening kidneys. By consulting an experienced Chinese Doctor, the particular kind of kidney deficiency can be determined and herbal pills prescribed to strengthen the kidney against that particular kind of deficiency and the kidney leakage stopped.

Read More.

The Reasoning of Traditional Chinese Medicine by Professor Song Xuan Ke

The Reasoning of Traditional Chinese Medicine is intended as an introduction to Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) for students, practitioners, or lay people with a general interest in Chinese medicine. It provides a clear and compact delivery of TCM’s reasoning, philosophy, theory, and treatment principles. The text is accompanied by clear and bold graphical illustrations to allow for an easier understanding.

Read More.

David Crow and Healing with Plants

David Crow, LAc, is a leader in the field of plant based health care, and the author of Plants That Heal: Essays on Botanical Medicine, and In Search of the Medicine Buddha: A Himalayan Journey. Trained in Traditional Chinese Medicine, he is a master herbalist, aromatherapist and acupuncturist with over 30 years experience as a healer. An expert in the Ayurvedic and Chinese medical systems, Mr. Crow, along with his wife, Sarah, is a founder of Floracopeia, a company devoted to educating and promoting traditional plant-based knowledge.

Read More.

Exploring Traditional Chinese Medicine

| by Staff

As more and more people seek greater health and alternatives to drug therapies, Traditional Chinese Medicine has experienced a resurgence of popularity. TCM focuses on several approaches to staying healthy, aging well, and preventing disease. These include acupuncture, acupressure, Qigong, classical herbal therapy, eating well and monitoring psychological or emotional health.

Read More.

Chinese Healing Exercises, Simple Steps To Better Health and Longevity by Steven Cardoza, M.Sc., L.Ac.

| by Steven Cardoza, M.Sc., L.Ac.

Today more people than ever are looking for ways to improve their health, increase energy, reduce stress, restore or enhance functionality, relieve aches and pains, balance emotions and sharpen mental focus. Because of the demands of modern life, most people want those ways to be relatively simple and not require much time out of their busy day. If you still haven’t found something to fit your needs, you may want to consider Chinese Healing Exercises.

Read More.

To Spleen or Not To Spleen – Body Harmony Through Jin Shin Jyutsu® by Mitzi Adams

| by Mitzi Adams

The importance of the Spleen in achieving harmony for the whole body, by using Jin Shin Jyutsu®, an ancient healing art form that uses the life force of the body to promote healing. The spleen energy can come to the rescue on many occasions. The spleen is an earth organ and harmonizer of the nervous system. It helps us with the attitude of worry and is a total body regulator. It aids the body in transforming food into energy, and is the forerunner to every effort in the body. When it is in harmony, it brings sunshine to our bodies.

Read More.

Traditional Chinese Medicine with Donna Bunte at Greenwich Holistic Health

Donna Bunte was a world class model for over ten years before she launched her second career — she has a Masters in acupuncture and is certified in Chinese Herbs. Once the cover girl for Vogue, Mirabella, Glamour and W, she now practices Traditional Chinese Medicine in Greenwich, CT. After years of practicing in New York City, Donna founded Greenwich Holistic Health in 1999.

Read More.

Traditional Chinese Medicine: A Priceless Treasure

Traditional Chinese Medicine – A Priceless Treasure from Traditional Chinese medicine includes herbs, acupuncture, qi energy and physiology, oriental medicine, and more

Read More.

Taking Care of Colds & Flu Naturally

| by Mitzi Adams

Taking Care of Colds and Flu–Naturally By Mitzi Adams, Certified Jin Shin Jyutsu ® Practitioner During this time of cold and flu season, we can get caught off-guard. I am sure many of you have gotten the flu shot, and that may or may not prevent you from getting the flu. Then, there are those of us who have chosen not to get the flu shot this year, and simply want to let our own immune systems do its job.

Read More.