NEWS AND ARTICLES

 

 

Australian Government Report on Velvet Antler, Chris Tuckwell, Nov., 2003>>

Velvet Antler at the Olympic Games in Sidney>>

Velvet Antler under the Microscope>>

Webcam to feature growing elk antlers

Antler News From Around the World>>

Elk Velvet Antler Study Announced>>

Velvet Antler a Gift from Nature>>

Health Magazines Carry Stories on Velvet Antler>>

VELVET ANTLER: SEX ENHANCER, ANTI-AGING MEDICINE AND ARTHRITIS TREATMENT, Century Publications, 9/15/00 >>

US State University to do Clinical trial on EVA>>

Velvet Antler, a 2000 Year Old Tradition>

Book Review of Natures Superior Tonic>>

Velvet Antler is Reviewed in HealthPublications>>

International Symposium on Velvet Antler>>

Deer Antler Velvet: Not Just a Sex Potion>>

Natures Perfect Food>>

Structure/Function Claim for Velvet Antler Announced, Platte City, Mo, Jan 8, 1999

Elk News, Osteoarthritis & Antler, Volume 1, Issue 1, Scott Hayes >>

Elk News, Immunity & Antler, Volume 1, Issue 2, Scott Hayes >>

Elk News, Rheumatoid Arthritis & Antler, Volume 1, Issue 3, Scott Hayes >>

Supplement Spotlight-Velvet Antler, Vitamin Retailer>>


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Velvet Antler Gets Reviewed in Recent Health Supplement Publications

Four of the leading publications in the health industry have included velvet antler in recent publications.

HSR Health Supplement Retailer's March 200 issue contains an article called A Deciphering Immune Function,= ability to stimulate overall production of white blood cells.

In Vitamin Retailer Magazines=s February issue, Chris O'Brien's article called A Joint Ventures: New Ingredients for Healthy Joints,@ reviews natural products that not only relieve joint pain but also help repair and rebuild damaged joints. One of the promising products listed is velvet antler, with its high concentration of insulin like growth factor I (IGF-I). O'Brien states that IGF-I is said to help the bodies assimilation of glycosminoglycans (GAGs), thereby stimulating bone, cartilage, and connective tissue growth.

Vitamin Retailer again published an article including velvet antler. This time it was the feature supplement in the Supplement Spotlight section of the May 2000 issue. The well-written article by Lisa Turner, includes What it is, the history, where it comes from, what it is good for, how it works, what the studies show, and how safe it is. This comprehensive article contains everything you would want to know about velvet antler. Included is a quotation from herbalist Michael Tierra, L.Ac., O.M.D., who said he uses velvet antler for all conditions associated with low metabolism. A deer antler is the premiere yang energy tonic, AI use it for arthritis and rheumatic conditions that are sensitive to seasonal cold, damp weather, low energy, low sex drive, osteoporosis, hypothyroid and hyper adrenal conditions.

In another publication, Nutrition Science News, published in New York ran a feature story on velvet antler in their natural remedies section of their March 2000 issue. The article written by executive editor, Lisa Anne Marshall, is titled A Velvet Antler Under the Microscope.=s article contains easy to understand information on basic composition of velvet antler, including the scientific substantiation.

The latest article on velvet antler can be found in Whole Foods Magazine, May 2000 issue where Velvet Antler is listed on the front cover of the magazine. The monthly feature Consumer Bulletin spotlights Velvet Antler, A time-honored remedy with links to numerous ailments and conditions. The consumer bulletin is a tear out page used for retailers to copy and distribute to their customers. Sited in the bulletin is information from the book written by Dr. Betty Kamen, Ph.D. and Paul Kamen, The Remarkable Healing Power of Velvet Antler. The bulletin includes the many conditions for which velvet antler has been used including anemia, arthritis, insomnia, amnesia, topical wounds, pain, muscle development increased strength, increased endurance, capacity of blood to carry oxygen, faster recuperation after surgery, augmented levels of certain anabolic hormones, enhanced immune activity and fertility.

 With four articles published within three months time, the supplement industry has evidently taken notice to velvet antler. Velvet antler has a long history and is touted a product with a broad range of benefits. This amazing multi-nutrient supplement may be one of the newest products to enter North American supplement market, but has been used for thousands of years in cultures like Asia and Russia. Deer and elk antlers harvested on farms have been supplying the export market for the past twenty years. It is only recently that health conscious Americans are understanding the values of velvet antler as a nutritional supplement.