What We Know About Velvet Deer Antler

Mar 11, '1525 comments

Velvet antler is the early growth portion of an antler.  Unlike sheep, cow and elephants who have one set of horns/tusks  for life, animals such as moose, elk and deer shed their antlers and regrow them every year.  Velvet antler is harvested by simply cutting off the antler at an earlier stage than it would naturally fall off.

Elk and deer are raised in protected environments and are fed well.  This process is not harmful in any way to these domesticated, loving vegetarians.  Harvesting velvet deer antler is, to the animal, the equivalent of having your fingernails cut.  It is beneficial to the animals as it minimizes the risk of injury when males combat each other.  The deer are also given a mild anesthetic to minimize the stress, much as some veterinarians will do to dogs and cats when trimming their nails.

The Ultimate Immune tonic, which contains velvet deer antler, is a cellular tonic especially for those who are feeble, emaciated, or broken down.  It is said that velvet deer antler is especially good for the bone marrow and helps strengthen the body.  Because it is a cellular proliferator, it can also help speed the healing of wounds.  NFL (National Football League) players use velvet antler to build strength and endurance and speed the healing of injuries.

Some worry that animals are harmed in this process.  We have not directly heard of any cases.  However, that does not stop others from wild harvesting, and in this sense some things can become a catch 22.  Our herb company receives their velvet deer antler from sources where deer are protected and raised with utmost care.  The benefits of velvet deer antler greatly outweigh the miniscule amount of negative, especially for practitioners in their tremendous task today of getting people well and rebuilding the human cell.

Comments (25)

Debora Paretti on Jul 10, '18

Seriously, reading these reviews is 10 minutes of my life I’ll never have back. People that are really sick would do anything to heal and feel normal again. I guess people against this have never been bad ridden, or unable to function normally like tossing a football around with their
kids. Feeling sick is no fun, and if there is hope offered, I’ll take it.

Brigid on Jan 13, '18

Dr. Morse, I love your beautiful heart and I do not have words to express how grateful I am to you for your wonderful inspiring work. BUT we need to be setting a better example than this. Suffering only breeds more suffering. No excuses. Replace this low vibration pain/suffering ingredient with it’s superior plant equivalent. Do you really think our beautiful mother would not have supplied us with all the ingredients we we need to heal from her sacred plant kingdom? Come on this is low level thinking. Get into your heart and feel this one out my brother. Much love and gratitude,

“We cut the throat of a calf and hang it up by the heels to bleed to death so that our veal cutlet may be white; we nail geese to a board and cram them with food because we like the taste of liver disease; we tear birds to pieces to decorate our women’s hats; we mutilate domestic animals for no reason at all except to follow an instinctively cruel fashion; and we connive at the most abominable tortures in the hope of discovering some magical cure for our own diseases by them.”
― George Bernard Shaw,

Non-violence leads to the highest ethics, which is the goal of all evolution. Until we stop harming all other living beings, we are still savages.
Thomas A. Edison

Louie on Aug 24, '17

To all the soft overly considerate parties. I myself love animals , tho don’t like disrespectful rodents. I have a strong reverence for life that comes from my heart. But to those who say harvesting any animal is wrong , I salute your idealizm, but we don’t live in a perfect world . And It almost discusts me to consume tortured animals . But reality is with the population as large as it is . It’s either population reduction . Migration . Or ramp up clean food productions. I’m sure there are very few idealistic fd produces out there. And on the topic of harvesting animals maybe research Alex miller. If your a truth seeker. In gd faith the peaceful warrior :)(

Please provide an alternative for vegans on Feb 10, '16

I really need to use a bone and connective tissue formula but my body contracts at the idea of the deer being used in this way. Can you recommend some alternatives for someone like me? Many thanks. Olivia.

Miguel on Nov 19, '15

You guys suck, I’m paraplegic and I’m using deer antler to better myself and it’s working. How about all you idiots try being years in a wheelchair and be happy. Don’t listen dr. morse, you are doing a great thing. Fanatical people, if you take care of the animal then you can use certain parts for medical reasons. I really despise people who aren’t for bettering peoples health. If the antler will re-grow back then why not use for the health of people. God bless you dr. morse.

Anthony Brown on May 19, '15

Is deer antler good for your body as I I been hearing

Andrew on Mar 21, '15

Dr Morse don’t worry about these rabid haters. They were sent here by fanatical PETA people. These people are NOT followers of your healing protocols. They are ignorant of using detoxification and herbal formulas to heal from chronic disease. They think you can eat “30 bananas a day” and heal that way. They are ignorant and not worth your time.

Andrew on Mar 21, '15

“NotOK” the deer antler velvet is clearly stated on the few formulas that contain it. So if you can read it is NOT “hidden” as you claim.

Susan on Mar 17, '15

Agree with all if the above. Harvesting any animal is wrong. We may as well do experiments on them! Please be so kind as to do a vid explaining your actions and to put this situation to rest. Blessings.

Yur Anidiot on Mar 16, '15

Nice fairy tale you are telling people here. They use a saw. How would you like it if someone cut off your body parts with a saw? You should be ashamed.

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