Posted by Administrator on 8/12/2013
Over a decade ago we learned about the benefits of Deer Antler Velvet and knew we had to include it in our already popular HGH Homeopathic Hormone Supplement. Now our HGH Plus IGF-1 & IGF-2 is
our most popular product! Deer Antler Velvet can also be found in our
ProBLEN DNA/RNA listed as Oleum Animale (oil base). So what exactly is
Deer Antler Velvet?
Deer antlers grow at incredible speed and,
after several weeks, as the antlers reach their final size, the
cartilage within them gradually converts into bone. In the final
process, the antler's blood supply and nerves are lost. When the antlers
have fully hardened, the stags rub them against trees or rocks to
remove the skin that remains. As a result of this rubbing, the deer
develop sharp bony weapons for combat against threats to their harem of
females during the autumn rut or mating season.Each Spring the antler
cycle begins anew and the skin around the pedicle expands and grows,
initiating new antler growth. The hard antler from the previous season
is cast off and the growth of the new season's velvet crop begins. It is
then that the velvet is harvested for its medicinal and performance
qualities. If it is removed at the right time, while still in the
cartilaginous state, almost all of the antler can be used for medicinal
DEER ANTLER IS HUMANELY mainly on farms
in New Zealand with absolutely no harm to the deer. This is done under
complete veterinary supervision, paying particularly close attention to
the deer's best interest and keeping the animals healthy and vibrant. We
use vitamins and special feeds in the raising of the stags. The herd is
kept in a healthy, viable setting in which they thrive and roam freely.
The New Zealand government code of velveting emphasizes on protecting
the deer from harm or stress.
Deer Antler Velvet
has been shown to help heart function, weight loss, nerve damage, blood
vessels, arthritis, diabetes, the immune system, the prostate, erectile
dysfunction, lung function, cognitive ability, blood pressure and
tissue repair in general, such as wound healing.