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 at the Olympic Games in Sidney, Diana Susen, 9/26/00

  The Research Institute of Pharmacology in Altai, Russia has announced that Pantogematogen, a formula containing velvet antler is being used by  Russian sportsmen for the Olympic Games 2000 in Sidney.   According to the manufacturers of Pantogematogen, research conducted by the Olympic committee of Russia concludes that positive results were achieved in  effective rehabilitation of sportsmen after intensive physical load in some sports teams.  All sportsmen noted good tolerance of loads and high adaptogenic properties when taking this preparation. Makers of Pantogematogen state that their product has been used by athletics from around the world, including sportsmen in the following competitions: World championship at winter sports in Norway, 1997; Winter Youth Olympic Games in Korea, 1997; Winter Olympic Games in Nagano, Japan, 1998; Youth championship at oriental single combat in Johannesburg, The Republic of South African, 1997; and Championship of Europe at boxing in Minsk, Belorrussia, 1998.