Mountain Red New Zealand Deer Velvet 100% natural, premium quality New Zealand deer velvet.
For centuries, deer velvet has been used to support joint mobility and assist muscle tone and general wellbeing. Mountain Red deer velvet contains over 30 Amino Acids, including ten of the most essential, together with proteins, omega 3 & 6 lipids, glycosaminoglycan s (Glucosamine and Chondroitin), minerals, and trace elements.
Suggested Dosage Deer Velvet capsules:
Take 1 to 2 capsules daily with a glass of water or as advised by your health professional. Store in a cool, dry place and out of reach of children.
Mountain Red New Zealand Deer Velvet
Prized in the Eastern world for centuries, velvet antler has gone largely unnoticed in the western nutritional supplements market until now. Mountain Red Deer Velvet offers the consumer the finest Deer Velvet antler from natural New Zealand.
What is deer velvet?t
Male deer grow antlers every year. These antlers are made of cartilage that contains nutrient-rich blood. They are covered with soft velvety fur from which the name is derived. This process of annual regeneration is unique to deer.
Numerous health benefits of velvet antler have been reported through history by traditional healers and contemporary medical practitioners, including immune support, enhanced athletic and sexual performance, joint support, and circulatory function.
Why is the velvet removed?
What is not widely known is that in the wild, the male deer sheds antler each year, and in this respect the harvesting of velvet antler is merely the modification of a natural event. Indeed, for deer farmed in New Zealand, it is recommended that velvet is removed each year, in order to prevent stags using them as weapons and damaging themselves and other deer, as is common in the wild.
Does removing the velvet hurt the deer?
Absolutely not! The removal of the velvet is a very humane process. In New Zealand, velvet can only be removed by eterinarians or specifically trained and certified farmers, under the strict control of the New Zealand Government�s Animal Welfare Advisory Committee and mandated by New Zealand law. Mountain Red maintains the highest standards of animal welfare, and uses only velvet harvested humanely.
What type of person should consider taking Mountain Red velvet?
As deer velvet’s wide ranging benefits become more evident, it’s use as a dietary supplement to enhance one’s health has now expanded, with velvet being used for a wide range of general health promoting benefits.
Deer velvet should be of interest to the following groups in particular:
- Those people wantingto improve their strength, stamina and/or their athletic performance
- Those people who arelooking for a product to assist with good joint care mobility
- Those people who arein need of assistance with recovery after injury
- Anyone seeking a productthat restores the bodies general balance and wellbeing
There are many products containing deer velvet on the market. Many of these include additives or other ingredients that may or may not have health benefits. An increasing body of scientific evidence has shown that for deer velvet to be of benefit 500mg is a minimum recommended daily dose. For this reason Mountain Red velvet comes only in this dose form.
Mountain Red deer velvet is manufactured using the highest quality of deer velvet antler and guarantees traceability of its product back to individual animals on individual farms. Only Quality Assured farms acting under strict Veterinary supervision, and in line with current New Zealand legislation, supply deer velvet for Mountain Red Limited products. This ensures that humane animal welfare standards are adhered to and the supply of premium, pure New Zealand deer velvet to the Mountain Red product range.
– Mountain Red� deer velvet is 100% pure New Zealand Red Deer velvet and is manufactured under GMP, and MAF certification.
� Each bottle of Mountain Red� contains 60 x 500mg capsules � a two month supply under normal use.
Is deer velvet safe? What about people taking prescription medicines?
Pure Deer Velvet Antler has been widely used for over 2000 years in Traditional Chinese Medicine and is widely used to this day in China, Korea, Japan, and Russia. Whilst there are no reported interactions with prescription medications, as is common with all dietary supplements, it is recommended that anyone taking prescription medication or who may suffer from an acute or chronic health condition should consult with their health care professional first if they are at all concerned.
How is deer velvet taken?
There are many forms of deer velvet currently available; however Mountain Red deer velvet comes in an easy to take capsule
formula containing 500mg of pure New Zealand deer velvet. It is suggested that 2 capsules be taken for the first two weeks and one capsule daily following this.
Does deer velvet take time to be effective?
Individual results will vary dependent upon many factors, and for the type of health benefit being sought. It is usual to see a response in three weeks.
What about research on the health benefits of deer velvet?
Deer velvet has been and is still currently being researched all over the world and the New Zealand Deer Industry has funded a research programme into deer velvet since the 1980’s. Recent research conducted in New Zealand has shown the positive effects of deer velvet:
- In supporting the immune system
- For supporting joint mobility
- In improving athletic performance
- In promoting growth
Deer Velvet Composition
The active ingredients contained in New Zealand Deer Velvet include a variety of Proteins, Lipids, Minerals, Trace Elements, Growth Factors, Growth Hormones, and Glycosaminoglycans: The structural materials in cells that aid tissue growth and repair. Deer velvet contains over 30 Amino Acids including ten of the most essential.
A protein widely recognised for the promotion of healthily skin and hair but also a vital structural protein component of bones, tendons, ligaments and cartilage, providing elasticity and shock absorbing properties and a strong framework to hold other cells.
Collagen is known to help rebuild joint cartilage.
Builds cell components and boosts energy to enhance cellular activities. Deer velvet contains all essential fatty acids
including Omega 3 & 6, Protoeolipids, and gangliosides.
Calcium – Provides structure for bones and teeth, and is essential for nerve impulse conduction, muscle contraction and blood clotting.
Copper – Necessary for red blood cell development, bones, and nerves.
Iron – Essential for blood cells transporting oxygen throughout the body.
Manganese – Needed for development of bones and connective tissue, and for normal functioning of the nervous system.
Magnesium – Required in metabolic reactions and storing and releasing energy in cells.
Phosphorus – Provides structure for bones and teeth, and is a component of nearly all metabolic reactions.
Potassium – For nerve and muscle function.
Selenium – Powerful antioxidant.
Sulphur – A component of various amino acids and insulin.
Zinc – Involved in digestion and respiration, and is necessary for normal wound healing and skin health.
Growth Factors – Improves muscular development. Insulin like Growth Factor (IGF-1) and Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF) Growth hormones and factors have an effect on growth and maintenance of bones and stimulating cartilage growth. They also have growth promoting actions on the skin.
Glycosaminoglycans – An amino sugar that occurs naturally in the body and is a major basic nutrient used by the body in the production, maintenance and repair of all joint structure including cartilage, bone, tendon, ligaments and joint fluids. It is also a
component of synovial fluid, which lubricates and serves as a shock absorber for the joints.
Chondroitin – Essential for joint mobility and cartilage health.
Prostaglandins – A chemical regulator produced in all tissues. Causes a broad range of positive effects on many of the body�s defense systems.
In cell membranes these are the effective structural materials that help
facilitate the passage of fat in and out of the cells and the blood.
The History of Deer Velvet Deer
Velvet’s remarkable health promoting and rejuvenating properties have been prized in the Orient for over 2000 years. Today,
Western clinical and scientific research of deer velvet is proving the validity of traditional medicine claims. Ongoing research into the benefits of deer velvet is attracting worldwide attention. To date, the research results are showing that this ancient remedy may be one of nature�s safest multipurpose sources of energy.
Scientific studies with deer velvet have so far concentrated on testing for growth, endurance and stamina, immunology, and joint mobility. Because deer velvet is the only living mammalian tissue that grows and is shed each year, it is believed to be a reasure trove of biologically active substances. Extensive research in Russia, China, Korea and New Zealand has shown that deer velvet contains a rich source of essential minerals, vitamins, major amino acids and other nutrients.
There has been recent interest in this ancient remedy since the results of a unique scientific testing programme carried out in New Zealand by AgResearch. The results of these tests are capturing the attention of scientists� worldwide and exciting clinical researchers with the potential applications for deer velvet in today’s mainstream healthcare. Clinical trials at New Zealand’s Otago University indicate a link between the velvet extract and improved strength and endurance. Scientists at Otago University Human Performance Center compared the development of muscle strength and endurance in male athletes taking a velvet supplement and others taking a placebo. Writing in the International Journal of Sports Nutrition and Exercise Metabolism (vol 13, issue 3), they conclude that the group taking the powdered form of New Zealand deer velvet showed greater improvements in isokinetic strength and muscular endurance as a result of training than the control group. The ground-up velvet was also thought to help in the recovery of muscle tissue damage.Always read the label and use as directed. If symptoms persist see your healthcare practitioner