Can Deer Antler Raise IGF-1 Levels?

The internet is flooded with controversy – can deer antler really elevate growth hormone levels? Yes, if it’s harvested correctly, extracted correctly, stored in brown glass, sufficiently dosed, suspended in grape seed alcohol, and the correct protocol is observed. Sound like too much hassle? Well, antler protocol is much easier than synthetic injectable HGH protocol. The reason for the antler controversy is because 99.99% of what’s available is bogus. All medical school studies which prove up antler are based on the new 43 extraction process. These are the studies upon which every antler vendor stakes his claim. Problem is, the 43 extraction process is extremely expensive, so nobody employs it, except me. Instead, these charlatans use the cost effective New Zealand extraction process – which completely kills the growth factors. You get NOTHING! So the truth is, virtually every product on the market will NOT raise your growth hormone levels. I only know of 2 other companies in the US (other than myself) using the 43 extraction process. (And their stuff is testing at half my product strength) This bait and switch with antler products is the same thing we’ve seen with injectable human growth hormone. There’s the real thing, then there’s all the cheap sprays, pills and fake crap claiming the benefits of the real thing. Same thing with steroids. On the other hand, if every company went to the expense of correctly extracting these growth factors, the FDA would step in and schedule antler as a drug. So the countless charlatans actually keep me in business. If you want the real deal, I’m making it correctly and stronger than anyone in the world. That’s why I’m the only guy in the world giving a blood work guarantee. You don’t have to wonder if our sh#t works. Our clients average 60-120% gains in overall growth hormone levels. Some go higher, but only ONE client in three years had gains less than 60% after 3 months use – and he was a mess – died of a blood clot at age 52.

My first Growth Factor client, 3 years in, at age 47.  Dena now 2013

I would’ve posted a great before pic of Dena, but I didn’t want my eyes clawed out:)

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