Natural Growth Factor
New Zealand Deer Antler Velvet Extract
Highest Potency Formula – Great Lemon Taste
Full IGF-1 Deer Antler Velvet Extract Lipo Spray information, benefits, side effects & dosage on this page below:
Used for: Strength, Endurance, Recovery, Incredible Aphrodisiac, Anti-aging, Improve memory, Boost immunity
BioSynergy IGF-1 Deer Antler Velvet Extract lipo spray is made from the highest quality raw materials with guaranteed potency.
This high potency lipospray is formulated to be absorbed extremely fast when sprayed beneath the tongue.
Serving size: 2 Sprays (0.32 ml)
Servings Per Container: 93
|One Serving Provides:||Amount Per Serving||% Daily Value|
|Deer Antler Velvet Extract (Cervi parvum cornu) New Zealand Sourced||1.1 mg||*|
|IGF-1 (Insulin-like Growth Factor-1)||27 ng||*|
|Stevia extract (Stevia rebaudiana)(Leaf)||1.6 mg||*|
|*Daily value not established.|
|Other ingredients: De-ionized Water, Natural Lemon Flavor, Xylitol, Citric Acid, Soy Lecithin and Potassium Sorbate (as preservative).|
|About other ingredients|
|Suggested use: Shake well before use. As a dietary supplement, spray 2 times under tonque, hold momentarily and then swallow. Consume 2 to 3 times daily as needed.|
Some common uses for IGF-1 Deer Antler Velvet Extract Supplement:
Is a polypeptide compound produced from HGH (Human Growth Hormone). The vast majority of strength increasing, muscle increasing, and anti-aging effects of HGH (Human Growth Hormone) are directly attributable to it’s conversion by the liver and other tissues into Insulin-like Growth Factors (IGF-1).
IGF-1 has been shown to increase the transport of amino acids into muscle cells throughout the body, thus regenerating these tissues after exercise.
According to European researchers, IGF-1 initiates the transport of nucleic acids into the nucleus of the cell where DNA resides. It provides the raw material needed to repair damage to the DNA and initiates cell division.
In Asia, the notion of promoting wellness, rather than curing illness, has prevailed successfully for thousands of years. One ancient Chinese remedy that is especially used to prevent colds and flu is deer antler velvet. Legend (and my own personal experience) has it that it is also an aphrodisiac.
New Zealand has begun human trials, which are necessary to verify effects in people. Specifically, research has examined velvet’s ability to boost immunity, prevent anemia, normalize blood pressure, reduce cholesterol, reduce side effects from cancer treatments, assist recovery after surgery, improve memory, serve as an anti-inflammatory agent, and enhance athletic performance and recovery.
Researchers examined velvet’s effect on building endurance and delaying fatigue.
They also examined its influence on the repair of damaged muscle tissue. “In this study, athletes who took dietary New Zealand deer antler velvet for two weeks showed significantly reduced elevation of creatine kinase levels in their bloodstream and recovered from muscle soreness 24 hours earlier than subjects on placebo,”.
Creatine kinase, a substance found in the bloodstream, was used as an indicator of muscle-tissue damage in the study.
Currently, human double-blind, controlled studies are ongoing at AgResearch and the University of Otago, exploring scientific foundations for the possible use of velvet in supporting immunity, joints and tissue, blood pressure and blood health.
A study at Eastern Tennessee State University is underway to confirm and expand upon the human clinical trials done in New Zealand.
“Fifteen years of scientific and ethical research stand behind New Zealand deer antler velvet, proving what Oriental medicine has known for 2,000 years – that velvet is good for you,” said M.J. Loza, chief executive of NZGIB.
Veterinarians and animal-welfare organizations tightly control the antler removal process in New Zealand. Antler removal is done under the strictest regulatory processes. Once a year, the male deer are brought into specially designed facilities for antler removal. The process is quick and painless, using local anesthetic, and within minutes of antler removal, the deer are back with their herds grazing.
NEW ZEALAND DEER ANTLER VELVET BACKGROUND INFORMATION
The first health care claim of deer velvet antler to be substantiated by scientific evidence, in compliance with US Food and Drug Administration dietary supplement regulations, was announced by the North American Elk Breeders Association (NAEBA) recently. Executive Director Ben Coplan said the determination, is a significant breakthrough.
According to Coplan, the Nutrinfo report states there is a reasonable basis to claim that velvet antler helps relieve the symptoms of arthritis. However, a disease claim may not be used for a dietary supplement in the US; therefore, the acceptable statement for product labels and advertisements of a dietary supplement would be “provides nutritional support for joint structure and function.”
Many studies have shown most of the carbohydrate in antler is proteoglycan, which is a combination of protein and carbohydrate. The carbohydrate portion is primarily glycosaminoglycan, of which chondroitin sulfate is by far the predominant constituent.
One study cited by the Nutrinfo report evaluated the clinical efficacy of chondroitin sulfate in knee osteoarthritis. Treatment with 3 X 400 mg doses per day for 90 days provided significant relief from symptoms as reported by patients. “We intend to research and substantiate other health benefit claims for velvet antler,” Coplan said.
“We want to carefully research the potential benefits of velvet antler supplements for supporting the immune system, anti-aging, muscle strength and endurance, and sexual vitality.”
The New Zealand Game Industry Board and AgResearch are working hard to prove scientifically – that New Zealand deer velvet may have a positive effect on athletic performance.
Although requiring further examination, the latest human clinical trials (conducted by the Otago University Human Performance Center on behalf of NZGIB and AgResearch) do indicate a possible link between New Zealand deer velvet and improved athletic performance on two fronts:
“Improved strength and endurance in response to training, and improved recovery from muscle tissue damage associated with exercise.”
In the first study, scientists at Otago University Human Performance Center compared the development of muscle strength and endurance in groups of males taking different forms of New Zealand deer velvet to a control group taking a placebo.
In the study, 51 male athletes undertook a 12 week period of supervised training during which strength and endurance were monitored. The group taking New Zealand deer velvet antler showed greater improvements in isokinetic strength and muscular endurance as a result of training than the control group.
The second study was designed to determine what role New Zealand deer velvet antler has in athletic performance by affecting recovery from muscle injury. A substance found in the bloodstream called creatine kinase, was used as an indicator of muscle tissue damage. more.
The thirty athletes in the trial ran downhill on a treadmill to induce muscle tissue damage in the muscles at the front of their thighs. Muscle biopsies and blood samples were then taken.
Those athletes who had been on a course of New Zealand deer velvet for two weeks previously showed significantly reduced elevation of creatine kinase levels in their bloodstream, possibly indicating less muscle damage.
A trend also emerged in which athletes taking powdered New Zealand deer velvet reported a recovery from muscle soreness 24 hours earlier than the subjects receiving a placebo. The benefit of this is that they could return to training more quickly. While not yet being a complete picture, the statistically significant results bode well for further research.
Supplements derived from deer velvet are being used to promote strength and endurance. Deer velvet is the substance that covers growing bone, which develops into deer antlers.
It has many beneficial uses and has become popular with athletes and with people who want an immune booster, an anti-aging tool and an aphrodisiac.
People have been using deer antler velvet for more than 2,000 years. It dates back to the Chinese Han Dynasty. People used it in pill or ointment form as an overall tonic, to improve bone health, to reduce swelling and to treat impotence.
Today, people take this substance as a spray. Deer Antler Spray is sprayed under the tongue, held there for a short time and then swallowed. The spray version delivers the supplement to the system in the most efficient way. The spray works faster and lasts longer than if it were in pill or powder form.
Deer antler velvet contains IGF-1, which stands for insulin-like growth factor, a human growth hormone substance naturally produced by the body. Deer antler spray with IGF-1 is taking the sports industry by storm.
Athletes enjoy muscle-building benefits and fat-cutting effects of IGF-1. Deer Antler Spray with IGF-1 also helps speed the muscle recovery process after a workout, allowing athletes to work out more frequently. It is an alternative to steroids because of its performance enhancing results.
IGF-1 works as an anti-aging tool by minimizing wrinkles, sharpening thinking skills, stimulating blood circulation and by increasing red blood cells.
It also boosts the sex hormones estrogen and testosterone, which increases sex drive. Women have a renewed interest in sex, and men with erection problems receive help. This supplement also reduces menopause symptoms.
Deer Antler Spray comes from New Zealand Red Deer. The deer produce new antlers every year. The antlers are removed from the deer, and the animals are not harmed. They are released to their herds for grazing a few minutes after the antlers have been removed.
There are no known side effects from Deer Antler Spray.
BioSynergy’s IGF-1 Deer Antler Spray contains the highest quality ingredients available at an incredible price!
At this time there are no clinically proven side effects of oral IGF-1 spray supplement. If you are taking any prescribed drugs from your physician, please check the Drug Interactions before taking this nutritional supplement.
Suggested use: Shake well before use. As a dietary supplement, spray 2 times under tonque, hold momentarily and then swallow. Consume 2 to 3 times daily as needed.
Consider taking this product in combination with BioSynergy Branched Chain Amino Acids and BioSynergy Alpha-GPC, L-carnosine, & DHEA.
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