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If you are looking to buy a Deer Velvet Extract there are important elements to consider when deciding which product is the safest buy. Remember, with any supplement, it is only as effective as it’s ingredient sources and manufacturing processes. With most supplements you do get what you pay for. Below there are a few of the most important quality checks that should be on any Deer Velvet Extract IGF-1 Supplement you take.
• New Zealand Sourced – clean, pure and disease free. U.S., Canadian, and other manufacturing countries deer velvet always runs the risk of Wasting Disease (TSE), BSE, and Foot & Mouth.
• Tip Harvested – The Highest Grade Deer Antler Velvet is harvested from the tips of the antler. There is a direct correlation between the location of the velvet and its potency.
• Dosage Quantity – 500mg is the minimum amount of velvet that should be taken. It is critical that a customer learns this as anything less has demonstrated no benefit. Many Deer Velvet Extract Sprays dilute their formulas and promote it as potent. For example 100,000 nano-grams is often touted as the most potent, yet in reality it almost contains no extract whatsoever. 100,000 nano-grams of deer velvet extract converts to .1mg of the supplement. Therefore, the spray is simply high priced water in a cute bottle. Compare that to ours which has 500mg or 500,000,000 nanograms.
• Guaranteed Drug Free – Make sure you find a product that is free of xylazine. Xylazine will not be listed on the products ingredients. Xylazine is used in many of North American deer antler farms to sedate the animal while velvet extraction takes place. Although it is a humane and cost effective method to harvest the velvet it is also transferred into the supplement. Toxicologists can quickly find traces of the drug in any supplement harvested in this manner. There are only a couple farms in the world, which harvest the antler velvet humanely without the use of sedatives. Xylazine is banned for use in food producing livestock. Therefore, it shouldn’t be used in a deer velvet supplement for human consumption.
• Quality Control – The end product should be guaranteed free of bacteria and heavy metals. The Deer velvet should have gone through independent testing to ensure such measures are met. GMP (Good Manufacturing Practices) is the first step to ensure that what you order is what you get.
• Additive and Preservative Free – Most sprays and multiple ingredient deer velvet extracts contain an additive or preservative. Our Deer Velvet Extract is free from corn, gluten, lactose, sugar, starch, wheat, yeast, artificial color, flavor and preservatives.
• New Zealand Origination – New Zealand continues to maintain a disease free status for all major diseases as mentioned above. Our deer velvet extract is disease free from BSE. Foot and Mouth as well as wasting disease (TSE). Canadian deer were recently infected with wasting disease and cases have been reported throughout the North American Deer Population. Don’t get us wrong here. We are proud Americans who believe in U.S. made products. However, this is one area where a foreign ingredient is just the safest choice.