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Buy Deer Antler Spray



Antler Farms New Zealand Deer Antler Spray is highly concentrated deer antler velvet extract made from fresh, raw deer velvet with a 75:1 extract ratio. One bottle containing 25,000 ng of pure, natural IGF-1 and the full growth factor matrix. Sweet lemon flavor, no alcohol.




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Earlier this month, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) lifted a ban on deer antler spray, a natural supplement that shot to the forefront when "Sports Illustrated" reported in January that Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis allegedly used the substance to recover from a torn triceps muscle.


Deer antler spray is controversial because it contains IGF-1, or insulin-like growth factor-1. IGF-1 is banned by WADA as a performance-enhancing drug, and by many professional sports leagues, including the NFL and MLB.


One supplement maker, Rick Lentini of Nutronics Labs, told us that 40 percent of MLB and NFL players purchase his product. Another manufacturer recently told the LA Times that hundreds of athletes from each league take the spray. NFL players interviewed by CBSSports.com in January estimated that 10 to 20 percent of players use the extract.


Deer antler velvet has been used in traditional Chinese medicine for thousands of years, often prescribed to improve kidney function, promote blood flow, and to treat a variety of diseases, according to the journal of Ethnopharmacology.


The IGF-1 found in deer antler spray is derived from deer antler velvet, the tissue found inside the deer's antlers before they fully harden. Since deer antlers grow incredibly fast, it is not surprising that the horns are rich in IGF-1. This is a naturally-occurring form of IGF-1, meaning it is not made in a lab. As a result, deer antler velvet is considered a dietary supplement by the Food and Drug Administration, and unlike synthesized drugs, the product does have to be proven safe or effective before it's sold to the public.


The velvet is harvested in the early stage of growth by a veterinarian who clips the tips of the live antler. If not removed, the antlers will become very hard and sharp. The extract is frozen and then shipped to manufacturers that will turn it into a spray.


Lentini, the CEO of Nutronics Labs, a company that markets itself as selling the world's strongest and purest deer antler spray, claims to have introduced the elixir to the United States nearly two decades ago.


While there's plenty of data that IGF-1 is a growth hormone in humans, the question is whether in a mouth spray it could make its way to our muscles intact. Even if IGF-1 dropped under the tongue makes it into the blood stream, data is lacking as to what impacts it has, if any.


Human IGF-1 studies are even more uncertain. "Only double-blind, placebo-controlled studies can actually prove a treatment effective, and the one study of this type reported for deer antler failed to find evidence of benefit," according to New York University Lagone Medical Center.


Nutronics lists papers and books written by Alex Duarte on its website, not all of which have been peer-reviewed and most are decades old. A search of academic papers shows newer studies that don't show a statistically significant effect of orally ingested deer antler extract capsules.


And remember that libido comment? A 2003 study of 32 men found that there were no significant changes in hormones or the sexual behavior of the men taking deer velvet capsules compared with the men taking placebo capsules (Lentini argues that his spray works differently than pills, which are destroyed by stomach acids).


Lentini says his business was hit hard when, in 2011, the MLB placed deer antler spray on its list of cautionary products. This is partly because it contained IGF-1, and partly because it was causing players to test positive for the banned steroid methyltestosterone, although this is not an ingredient in the spray.


The optimal choice. Pure Velvet Premium is our best-selling deer antler velvet bottle as it provides 2,000mg of pure deer antler velvet extract. If you're undecided on which level is right for you, the Premium Antler is your best bet. From serious athletes, to those looking to get back into the gym with extra help, this level of deer velvet can help arm your body with improved performance and increased endurance.


Pure form deer velvet does not taste good. We believe it is a great supplement, but if you feel that it's not living up to your expectations, we will offer you a full refund within 30 days. For more info, read our full return policy.


Our deer antler velvet supplement is built differently (and better) than deer antler sprays. While both are liquid forms that are preferred to a powder or capsule, deer antler spray has downsides compared to using a dropper. We've detailed out the advantages of using our sublingual dropper method over using a deer antler velvet spray.


Ramp up your deer antler velvet dosage with the perfect bundle. Remove all doubt on which which dosage level to buy and try them all. One of our most popular deer antler velvet options, the Build-up Bundle is a frequent choice for those trying deer antler velvet for the first time.


Pure form deer velvet does not taste good. It works, but it doesn't have the best taste. That said, if you feel that it's not working, we will offer you a full refund within 30 days. For more info, read our full return policy.


To achieve an optimal outcome, Deer Antler Spray is best used first thing in the morning upon waking and nightly before going to bed. Many users find it effective to keep their spray on their nightstands to help keep them to this routine. To amp up your performance and maximize your results, pair our Deer Antler Spray with our Deer Antler Endurance Spray. Deer Antler Endurance Spray helps keep your muscles oxygenated and the lactic acid at bay.


The carnival huckster of yesteryear, selling snake oil and other strange elixirs, has been replaced by a largely unregulated, multibillion-dollar market in supplements and herbal remedies. And the latest dubious substance making the rounds is also making headlines: deer antler spray.


Baltimore Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis enters the Super Bowl this weekend under a cloud of controversy caused by his association with S.W.A.T.S (Sports With Alternatives to Steroids), a company that markets deer antler spray and other questionable products such as "negatively-charged water," Sports Illustrated reports.


The company's deer antler spray allegedly contains IGF-1, or insulin-like growth factor, a performance-enhancing product banned by the National Football League and other sports organizations, according to Time.com. Lewis denies having used it, although some evidence casts doubt on his assertion.


One reason deer antler spray has attracted the attention of professional athletes is because IGF-1 can't be detected in a urine test, according to CNBC.com. Only a blood test will reveal the presence of the hormone. [What If Doping Were Legal?]


But what exactly is deer antler spray? Manufacturers claim the product is made from the velvetlike tissue that covers the antlers of male deer, according to the Daily Telegraph. That antler velvet is ground up into a powder and sold either as pills or as a spray that users squirt under their tongues.


But other, more credible studies rebut that finding. Researchers of a 2012 report in the New Zealand Medical Journal said, "Claims made for velvet antler supplements do not appear to be based upon rigorous research from human trials, although for osteoarthritis the findings may have some promise."


According to some reports, Lewis may have used deer antler products to recover from a torn triceps. And Leon Popovitz, an orthopedic surgeon at New York Bone & Joint Specialists, told National Geographic (opens in new tab) that a recent study found IGF-1 supplements could be linked to improving cartilage damage in joints due to repetitive trauma.


But Dr. Roberto Salvatori, an endocrinologist at Johns Hopkins Medicine in Baltimore, told the Sun there is no medically valid way to deliver IGF-1 orally or in a spray. "If there were, a lot of people would be happy that they don't need to get shots anymore," Salvatori said. "It's just simply not possible for it to come from a spray."


Even sellers of deer antler products doubt that the products could deliver IGF-1. "IGF-1 is very unstable," Dean Nieves of Florida-based Bio Lab Naturals told the Baltimore Sun. "It could not exist outside of a very controlled environment." Nieves' company therefore markets the product as a nutritional supplement. "It is just packed with nutrients," he said.


Deer antler velvet refers to antler in its growing, pre-calcified state. Antler growth is one of the fastest known types of tissue growth in mammals, and the only example of an organ that is shed and regrown each year. Deer antler velvet is comprised of amazing growth hormones, key nutrients, and calcium, allowing you to profit from the health benefits associated with deer antler velvet.


We take pride in our intentional sourcing of this ancient herb. We revere the deer as much as the ancient Taoists did. The deer antler is the harvested young horn of Cervus nippon deer, taken as it is undergoing the formation of new mammalian bone. The deer are never raised for meat. They enjoy clean and non-crowded stalls and exploring open pastures daily. See our detailed sourcing information below.


SuperFeast herbs are expertly extracted by trained herbalists using unique and patented techniques, specific to the herb. These techniques are also ancient, as old as herbalism itself - water, organic rice alcohol, time and pressure create your extracts. Modern techniques like spray-drying help preserve the quality and integrity of the extracts. It's the best of ancient meets modern.


MaxlifeDirect has been the leading industry supplier of Deer Antler Velvet IGF-1 Nutritional Supplements since 2008 featuring our exclusive Antler Velvet Max deer antler spray product line. All of our Formulations are derived from the highest grade New Zealand Deer Antler Velvet Extract. In recent years, the use of Deer Antler Velvet IGF-1 has received much publicized attention due to the positive results it has produced for many well known athletes in the professional sports world and celebrities who openly endorse the positive health benefits of Deer Antler Velvet IGF-1 Spray. 041b061a72


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