Deer Antler Velvet Handbook: Part 3 - Constituents and Section Analysis
by Jason J. Duke - Owner/Artisan
Fresh Content: July 12, 2022 17:59
Constituents: Major minerals such as calcium, magnesium, phosphorus, sulphur, potassium, sodium, iron; trace minerals such as manganese, zinc, copper, selenium, cobalt; gelatin collagen proteins; complete range of amino acids; cholesterol; several growth factors; glucosamine; chondroitin; hyaluronic acid; polysaccharides; steroid hormones; fatty acid lipids such as prostaglandins; and waxy lipids such as ceramides.
Body Parts: Joints, Bones, Muscles, Hair, Nails, Bone Marrow
Organs: Skin, Heart, Kidney, Genitals
Glands: Parathyroid, Thyroid, Hypothalamus, Pituitary, Adrenal, Sex
Systems: Sympathetic, Parasympathetic, Cardiovascular, Immune, Lymph
Antler velvet grows thickest with higher active constituents in adult males.
Although all parts of the velvet antler contain unique nutrition, the most active constituents are found towards the ends of the deer antler velvet sticks and external tissues layers.
Tippy Top Wax
The tips and tops are the wax piece due to a larger volume of gel-like lipids and peptides, such as immunopeptides such as cytokines, and growth factors such as IGF-1, IGF-2, all of which form the basis for antler proliferation.
The middles of the stick is the blood piece that is unique rapidly growing cartilage that is richly vascularized and includes various proteins such as collagens, a group of chondroitin sulfates called proteoglycans, glucosamines, and mineral enzyme co-factors.
The bone piece is both the bottom and base sections which have not ossified and is the section highest in calcium and other essential minerals.
All Sections = Holistic Supplement
Different parts of the velvet antler contain different nutrition; and all parts work synergistically together, depending on how they are formulated, to create a holistic supplement.
Deer Antler Velvet Handbook
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