Deer velvet is harvested from deer antlers; it is the material that covers the growing cartilage and bone. No deer are killed or harmed in the harvesting process. It has been used as a medicine in Chinese and Native American traditions for a long time to treat many health problems. Deer antler velvet contains a number of active substances including growth hormones and sex hormones. Some of the active substances in deer velvet are calcium, collagen, chondroitin, protein, phosphorus, vitamin A, vitamin D, magnesium, lipids, amino acids, fatty acids, sugars, estrone, estradiol, and many others.
It is a current favorite for those looking to get the most out of their works-out and improve their athletic performance by boosting strength and endurance. It can strengthen the bones and relieve lower back and knee pain. It helps to repair cartilage and tendon damage quickly. It promotes youthfulness and reduces or delays signs of aging due to the degeneration of bones, tissues, and muscles. It stimulates cell reproduction and boosts the immune system. Deer antler velvet also stimulates the production of red blood cells and the circulation of the blood. It can reduce high blood pressure and it also increases the circulation of the blood to the brain which can sharpen your thinking skills and mental awareness. It can be beneficial for children with mental retardation and learning disabilities.
Deer antler velvet has also been used as an aphrodisiac. It can increase sexual interest and improve sexual performance. It has been used to treat male sexual performance problems and increase fertility in women. It can also alleviate menstrual problems and menopause symptoms.
Deer antler velvet is beneficial in other ways as well and makes a good all-around supplement. It will basically find whatever problem you are having and send a regenerative cell army down to take of it.