Velvet Antler



First stated as the "Pearl in the brow of the deer" by T'sao Kany Mu, an early Chinese medical compendium. The first written record was shown in the book called Shen Nong Ben Cao Jing, from the Hun dynasty, 206 B.C. to 220 A.D. It's use goes back more than 10,000 years in the Orient. Chinese and Korean uses of velvet antler for the specified health reasons are 2000 years old.  It's use in European and English medications dates back well before the 1700's. Mexico's Cora Indian tribes of Northern Mexico ate scrapings as late as the 1920's. The harvesting and use of velvet antler from various members of the deer family date back at least 2,000 years and ever since then velvet antler has been a valuable folk medicine used by the people of  Tibet, China and Korea. Velvet antler is a highly prized medicinal drug in these cultures. Also, uses are noted in Japan, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Today, major producers are the major users of the product such as China, Russia, Mongolia, Korea, and Munchuria. Antler is also a renewable resource. The antlers grow new each year of the elks life which can be 20 to 30 years 



  • Improvement in general health
  • Increase in blood supply and circulation
  • Reduction of blood pressure
  • Increase in energy levels and endurance
  • Increase in muscular development and strength
  • Improvement in flexibility and joint mobility
  • Increase in muscle recovery
  • Prevention and reduction of inflammation
  • Improvement in sexual health
  • Development of the skeletal system
  • Stimulation of the immune system function
  • Improvement in mental health
  • Anti aging effects

For Athletes

  • Boost muscle strength
  • Enhance performance
  • Prolong endurance
  • Speed recovery times so you can work out longer, harder and more frequently
  • Helps sore knees
  • Less muscle damage
  • Relieve joint pain
  • Increase muscle mass



  • Amino acids - Including essential amino acids.
  • Linolenic acid - The most significant of our essential fatty acids.
  • Phospholipids - The major structural lipids (fats) of most of out cellular membranes.
  • Minerals - Calcium, Phosphorus, magnesium, iron and potassium.
  • Collagen - Protein substance of the fibers of skin, tendon, bone, cartilage, and all other connective tissue; particularly collagen type II
  • Proteoglycans - Important for elasticity of joints, basic structural building block of joint cartilage.
  • Glucosamine sulfate - Component of chondroitin sulfate; necessary for connective tissue.
  • Prostaglandins - Naturally occurring anti-inflammatory agents. 

re-introducing E-fusion lotion


E-Fusion Lotion

Having sold our elk velvet antler for the past 22 years we know the amazing benefits of it. In 2006 Diana Susen introduced this exclusive formation of natural ingredients because of their long history of healing.  We are committed to bringing our quality products to those who want to use natural ways to promote good health.  This lotion contains: elk velvet antler, emu oil, vitamin e, and safflower oil.

Helps to:

Moisturize, rejuvenate, Renew your skin

Been known to help with the following:

Psoriasis, Aging Skin, Joint Pain, Dry, scaly skin, and Poor circulation.

Elk Velvet Anlter

Velvet Antler contains growth hormones, lipids, glucosamine, chondroitin, collagen, proteins, and natural anti inflammatory properties that increase haling of dermal conditions and even joint and muscle indications,, 

Emu Oil

Emu Oil contains omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids, which play an important role in the the body by stimulating the production of natural hormones.  Emu Oil also acts as a catalyst, penetrating deep into the skid cell walls to aid in performance.  

Vitamin E

Vitamin E acts to protect your cells against the effects of free radicals which are potentially damaging by-products of energy metabolism.  Vitamin E has been shown to play a role in immune function, in DNA repair, and other metabolic processes.