Why pro-athletes are banned from using it.
There has been a lot in the media about athletes & the use of Deer Velvet Spray lately. Many pro-sports organisations ban the use of Deer Velvet products on the evidence that these products contain both IgF1 & IgF2 – Insulin-like Growth Factors 1 & 2.
These Insulin-like Growth Factors are banned because it is postulated that their potential anabolic effects would give an unfair advantage to those athletes using these products.
Potential Anabolic substances have the ability to affect processes involved in the growth and mineralization of bone & also increases in muscle mass.
This is particularly important when involved in physical training where the body’s systems are protected from over-use by muscle fatigue. Anabolic type substances allow the body to recover quicker enabling the athlete to train harder & recover quicker.
Pure New Zealand Deer Velvet Spray is high in Insulin-Like Growth Factors, IGF-1 and IGF-2. There are 2500ng of IGF1 in each bottle of Deer Velvet Spray.
Each 30ml bottle contains 1 gram of Deer Velvet extract which has been standardised to contain 2500ng of IGF-1/gram of Deer Velvet. This is enough for 300 sprays per bottle.
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Also available are:
Kiwi Natural Health Deer Velvet capsules with each capsule containing 500mg of 100% Pure New Zealand Deer Velvet.
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Good Health Vigor Deer Velvet capsules which contain 200mg of premium quality New Zealand Deer Velvet along with:
Bee Pollen - 75mg
Siberian Ginseng (Elrutherococcus Senticosus Root) - 75mg
Zinc Oxide - 8.75mg, equiv. to Zinc - 7mg
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