Deer Antler Velvet Spray


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  • Promote Virility, Energy, & Circulation
  • Strengthen Bones and Tendons
  • Increasing the Immune System
  • Replenish Vital Essence and Blood
  • Toning Kidneys[/custom_list]

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[toggle_content title=”History”] Humans and the European red deer have had a long relationship, sometimes mutually beneficial, sometimes stormy. For now, it looks like the 2000-year saga has a happy ending for both. Humans may get a potent medicine out of the deal.
In New Zealand in the early 1970’s, the deer population explosion threatened to become an environmental disaster. Then, inspired by successful deer farming in Scotland, new Zealanders began a conscience effort to domesticate the deer. Now, instead of ravaging the native vegetation, the red deer plays a staring role in an agricultural success story. One of the many products that the deer provide, and one of the most exciting, and least traumatic to the deer is a natural medicine called velvet antler. For thousands of years, the Chinese and other Asians have used velvet antler in a variety of ways, ranging from restorative tonics to tumor treatments. More recently, research has been conducted on the chemistry, pharmacology, and use of velvet antler extracts in Korea, China, and Russia
[/toggle_content] [toggle_content title=”Benefits”] Three times the number of scientific studies have been conducted for deer antler as for Echinacea. New Zealand researchers conducted the first Western-style pharmacological and clinical studies, under the direction of James Suttie, Ph.D., head of the deer research program at AgResearch. The firm is a corporation formed in 1992 by combining New Zealand’s Ministry of agriculture and Fisheries and the Department of Science and Industrial Research. One study showed that the velvet antler extracts increased the proliferation of human white cells in laboratory experiments, suggesting possible immune stimulating or immune modulating actions, Suttie says. In other laboratory test, deer antler demonstrated pronounced anti-inflammatory activity. Clinical researchers are currently exploring velvet antler’s potential for reducing muscle tissue damage and improving recovery time in athletes. Practitioners in Asian communities have used velvet antler to promote virility, replenish vital essence and blood, strengthen the bone and tendons, promote draining of abscesses, and to regulate meridians relative to the uterus and conception of women. It is also prescribed for impotence, involuntary discharge of semen, infertility, lassitude, dizziness, tinnitus, back pains with a cold sensation, plus “cold deficiency” and vaginal discharge in women.
[/toggle_content] [toggle_content title=”Is Deer Antler Velvet New?”] Although widely accepted in traditional Asian medical communities, velvet antler has only recently attracted the attention of the west. More chemical, pharmacological, and clinical studies well be needed to ferret out its true benefits as a dietary supplement. In the meantime, you will find velvet antler products sitting on the shelf next to many immune-system stimulants and tonic herbs at your local health food store.
Velvet antler is one of the most widely used animal items, not only in China, but also in other Asian countries, particularly in Korea. The Chinese have used velvet antler as a traditional medicine for at least 2000 year: it is thought to promote virility, replenish vital essence and blood, and strengthen bones and tendons.
Velvet antler is derived from several species of deer, but mostly from two major deer species, European red deer and Asian deer. Russia has used antler velvet for the recovery and repair of muscle tissue, damaged tendons and broken bones in Olympic athletes.
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[/toggle_content] [toggle_content title=”Specifications”] Serving Size: 6 sprays
Servings per container: 30

Deer Antler Velvet 33mg *
Niacin (B3) 6mg 40%
Inosine 3mg *
Natural Vitamin E 4IU’s 13%
B12 (as Mecobalamine) 200mcg 3,333%
Zinc (Gluconate) 390mcg 2.6%
Stevecides 4mg
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Other ingredients- Deionized Water, Kosher Glycerin 99.5%, Water Cress, Siberian Ginseng, Potassium Glocerophosphate, Tribulus Terrestris, Dead Sea Minerals, Natural Flavors.