The History of Deer Velvet
The Chinese have prized the antler of the male deer for over 2,000 years and it is now experiencing growing popularity for its natural uses in New Zealand.
The first documented evidence of the use of deer antler velvet as a health tonic was found in an ancient silk scroll recovered from a Han Tomb in Hunan Province in China.
The scroll has been dated at 1688AD and contains a range of significant medical treatments and prescriptions using deer velvet.
Traditional Asian usage has focused on health and well-being and providing support for symptoms associated with illnesses. It is used to help nourish qi (life energy), purify the blood and nourish jing (kidney essence).
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In New Zealand, most research relating to velvet antler composition and efficacy has been carried out by Ag Research and in particular by a team led by Dr M.J Suttie.
AgResearch is a state-owned company dedicated to life sciences and agricultural research, and it was established in 1992 by combining research capabilities from the Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries and the Department of Science and Industrial Research. The company has five major campuses throughout New Zealand. Invermay, near Dunedin, is known principally as a Centre for Sheep and Deer research and this is where the internationally recognized Deer Science group is located.
Deer Antler Velvet to support healthy libido and for help with Erectile Dysfunction
Deer antler velvet may help support normal testosterone levels and provide a natural aid for healthy libido ( sex drive) and the symptoms associated with erectile dysfunction. Men use it because of its reputation as an aphrodisiac and muscle strength enhancer.
Health issues can also be a factor in affecting libido. Being healthy and sexually active can help to support both life expectancy and libido. A healthy level of testosterone can also support prostate health in men.
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Individual results may vary. Velvet Pure Deer Products should not replace existing and prescribed medications or be a substitute for medical advice. It is important to have all symptoms of pain, disease or illness investigated with a qualified medical specialist or GP.
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