MORE INFORMATION

Antler Velvet in Chinese Medicine

Antler Velvet in Chinese Medicine

The Chinese have utilized deer antler velvet as a Chinese Herb for thousands of years.  Today, usages of DAV include modern ailments such as high cholesterol, migraines, osteoporosis, muscle aches and pains, asthma, indigestion, cold hands and feet, disorders related to the liver and kidney, 

Deer Antler Velvet in Japan

Deer Antler Velvet in Japan

Lu jung is a Japanese medicine made from deer antler velvet that is used to rejuvenate the body and provide individuals with added energy. In the late 1960s, rulondin, a Japanese version of the pantocrin extract, was prepared by the Taiho Pharmaceutical Company (TPC) and 

Deer Antler Velvet for Animals

Deer Antler Velvet for Animals

Research and anecdotal reports also suggest promising health benefits from supplementation with deer velvet for animals, including cats, dogs and horses, with inflammation related health problems. Future prospects for velvet use for pet health look extremely bright as pet owners increasingly seek natural alternatives to 

Composition of Deer Antler Velvet

Composition of Deer Antler Velvet

Research has reported the chemical composition of whole velvet antler sticks and sections (tip, upper, mid and base) of a stick. Although Western research, particularly in New Zealand has reported the composition of velvet antler, it is important to remain aware that antler is the 

Deer Antler Velvet Processing

Deer Antler Velvet Processing

Generally, deer velvet products available to people in Western societies is sourced from deer that are managed on farms according to strictly controlled quality assurance guidelines than ensure requirements for animal welfare and husbandry are maintained at acceptable standards. Either veterinarians or certified experts remove