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Anti-aging manual? the encyclopedia of natural health

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF NATURAL HEALTH (An Anti-Aging Manual) By Joseph B. Marion

Excerpt from Page 314:

DEER ANTLER VELVET: Called Lu Rong in China where it has been used 2000 years for circulation, building Red blood cells countering anemia; and empowering the kidneys, understood as an energy reserve for reproduction, growth, increases cell replication 300%, builds the skeleton, lungs, and endocrine glands. Velvet Antler enhances muscle development with its Insulin-like growth hormone IGF-1; has Pantocrin improving athletic strength and performance; anti-aging, restores damaged nerves, improves mental function, anti-stress, counters fatigue, hypertension, inhibits PMS, impotence, precurses Luteinizing hormone spurring Testosterone; lowers stroke and heart attack risk 400%. Deer Antler is anti-viral, resists infections, has anti-inflammatory Chondroitin-Sulfate A reversing atherosclerosis, arthritis, joint and cartilage degeneration, anti-tumor. Velvet Antler contains lipids, Proteins, Minerals, Calcium, Phosphorus, Magnesium, Manganese, Zinc, and Selenium; Glucosamine, N-Acetyl Glucosamine for wound healing, Glyeosaminoglycans, Prostaglandins, antibiotic Velvatin nucleotides used against cancer and A.I.D.S., and Cartilage for bone joint health and anti-cancer.

Marion, Joseph B. Anti-Aging Manual: The Encyclopedia of Natural Health. Revised Second Edition, Woodstock, CT: Information Pioneers, 1999

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