Deer antler velvet (DAV) is a fast growing soft-bone on bucks, stags and bulls that is covered in velvety hair-like fuzz. Many cultures use deer antler velvet because it contains anti-aging nutrients and vitalizing constituents that support recovery, regeneration, and growth of tissues in the body, such as joints and muscles.
Types: Sika deer, red deer, reindeer, and wapiti elk Cultures: All world cultures, especially Asian, Russian and Arabian. Sources: Worldwide, in particular, New Zealand, China, Canada, and Australia. Commercial sale from regulated ranches and farm collectives. Non-commercial use from the wild
Deer antler velvet is a highly popular supplement that is farmed, ranched, harvested and used across the world.