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Deer Antler Velvet

Benefits of Deer Antler Velvet 

  • Contains Insulin-Growth Factor 1, or IGF-1
  • Encourages healing of damaged cartilage or tendons
  • Improves skin regeneration rates
  • No additives
  • No fillers

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Benefits of Deer Antler Velvet 

  • Contains Insulin-Growth Factor 1, or IGF-1
  • Encourages healing of damaged cartilage or tendons
  • Improves skin regeneration rates
  • No additives
  • No fillers

Out of Stock

[tab name=”Product Description”]Product Description:

Are you an active individual being held back by a tendon or cartilage injury? Do you wish there was a way to speed your recovery, so you can get back to your fast-paced lifestyle? If so, then Deer Antler Velvet may be for you. This healing supplement contains Insulin-Growth Factor 1, a way to speed your recovery.

Deer Antler Velvet often includes both the velvet and the crushed base of a mammal’s antlers. Deer antlers are known for their incredible ability to quickly regenerate after they have been damaged or fallen off.

Deer Antler Velvet has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries. It is even sometimes prescribed to adolescents and children with stunted growth or dwarfism. Some studies have shown that Deer Antler Velvet is also successful in treating damage to cartilage and tendons from trauma.[/tab]
[tab name=”Directions”]Safety Information:

This supplement is not recommended for professional athletes and women who are pregnant or nursing. If you are under the age of 18, have a pre-existing medical condition, or are taking daily medications, it is highly recommended that you speak with a physician before taking this supplement. Do not exceed the recommended dosage of this product, as it may have an adverse effect on bone health.

Indications:

Deer Antler Velvet contains IGF-1, an insulin growth factor hormone that is naturally produced by the brain and the liver. This is often used to treat dwarfism and stunted growth in children and adolescents. For this reason, it is believed to encourage the healing of damaged tendons and cartilage, and to improve skin regeneration rates.

Ingredients:

Deer Antler Velvet includes a proprietary formula of Deer Antler Velvet Extract, L-Arginine, Epimedium, Tribulus, and Eurycoma Longifolia, and 20mg of Niacin.

Directions:

These directions are for adult use. Shake the bottle to prevent any settling. Administer 5 sprays under the tongue and hold for 20 seconds before swallowing. This should be taken twice daily. For best results, take morning and evening.[/tab]
[tab name=”FAQ”]Deer Antler Velvet FAQs

What is insulin-growth factor 1?

Insulin-growth factor 1 is a protein produced by the brain and liver. It has insulin-like properties and is a growth hormone. Its properties and history of use lead some to believe that it can encourage the body’s growth, particularly skin, tendons, and cartilage.

Is there any evidence that this works?

Currently, there is not a lot of research on Deer Antler Velvet and insulin-growth factor 1. Earlier tests do suggest that Deer Antler Velvet can speed the body’s healing process for tendons and cartilage. IGF-1 also has been used in medicine, to treat dwarfism in some individuals.

Is Deer Antler Velvet safe?

Though there is limited research on Deer Antler Velvet, it is considered to be very safe. It has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for centuries, to treat a wide variety of ailments.

How does it work?

Deer Antler Velvet works because it contains Insulin-growth factor 1. IGF-1 is a protein that is frequently used when treating individuals with dwarfism. While there are limited clinical trials, earlier trials suggest that IGF-1 may help encourage the healing of cartilage and tendons. It may also speed skin regeneration rates.

Is it legal?

For the general public, yes, Deer Antler Velvet is legal. However, professional athletes are not permitted to use this type of supplement. IGF-1 can be considered a growth hormone. Because there is limited testing on exactly how it works in the body, sports authorities do not know if it could give a player an unfair competitive advantage.[/tab]
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