Animal Products

Antler Velvet

Velvet Antler: A Literature Review Read More

Apple Fiber

Apple Fiber particles are tiny sponges that capture water to dissolve away toxins from your intestinal lining and colon. In this task, water alone, or fiber alone, do little good. Substantial amounts of both together are absolutely required to activate the process. Read More

Royal Jelly

Royal Jelly supplies all the B-vitamins, vitamins A, C, D, E & K, more than a dozen key minerals, 18 amino acids, and other important constituents, including nucleic acids (DNA and RNA). Read More

Elk Antler: Science and Historical Uses

Unlike horns in cattle, antlers are cast off every year. Deer or cervids such as caribou, wapiti and moose grow antlers while cattle or bovids including mountain goats, bighorn sheep, bison and pronghorn antelope possess horns. Read More

Bee Pollen as a Superfood

Bee pollen is the food of the young bee and it is approximately 40% protein. Read More

Propolis

Propolis works against bacteria in several ways. One study reported that it prevented bacterial cell division and also broke down bacterial walls and cytoplasm, which is how some prescription antibiotics work. Read More

Elk Antler for Animals

From this study on over 150 animals it was concluded that velvet antler greatly improved arthritic conditions in the canine and equine patient, and accelerated soft tissue and bone healing and improved the reproductive performance in the stallion. No major side effects or toxicities were noted with the dosages used. Read More

Antler Velvet and Testosterone

Velvet antler has often been regarded as having performance enhancing effects on the human body. There is scientific evidence from a number of studies, which have revealed such effects in both animals and humans. Read More