It may sound like a cozy coat you’d find on a cartoon villainess, but deer antler velvet is actually the superhero of many stories. Swooping in to save struggling fitness enthusiasts and athletes from the sinister clutches of stagnation — the exerciser’s true archnemesis.

Deer antler extract‘s impressive resume makes it an epic ally in any fitness quest. Many athletes have already discovered the health benefits of deer antler velvet. But sadly, some still suffer from tragic brainwashing.

If that’s you, it’s okay. It’s not your fault. The fault lies with those fear mongering morons who somehow think of their propaganda as a reliable resource (despite the fact their “science” is about as cherry-picked as certain game changing documentaries). Cast aside those indoctrinations and open your mind to the potential benefits of this wrongfully demonized hero.

By the time you finish reading this article, you might just find Captain Deer Antler —aka Buck— sweeping into your supplement stack to save you from the worst of all the supervillains. The thief of gainz, Mr. Mediocrity. Look into deer antler spray recovery!

What Is Deer Antler Velvet Extract?

A traditional Chinese Medicine, Deer Antler Velvet has been used for thousands of years by those seeking its shamanic-level powers. Particuarly in areas such as: 

These benefits are often purported to be due to the fact that deer antler extract is rich in a growth factor that’s incredibly powerful for pretty much all things fitness related. 

We will dive into that powerful growth factor further down the proverbial road.

Benefits of Deer Antler Spray

Whether simple curiosity compelled you to discover the benefits of Deer Antler Extract or you have given the astonishing supplement careful consideration, you have likely already heard rumors regarding Deer Antler Spray’s purported powers. 

This goes without saying, but giving you antlers is not one of those powers. The benefits are wide-ranging and staggeringly impressive, while still maintaining practicality. 

Demonized Growth Factor Within Deer Antler Extract

Demonized by many due to a controversial history, the growth factor known as IGF-1 is a potent growth potentiate within the human body. It’s hailed as one of the most empowering compounds when it comes to achieving goals—especially in health, athletic performance, and even anti-aging.* 

This insulin-like gainz factor plays several critical roles in building muscle, increasing fat loss when combined with exercise, and longevity.* For muscle building in particular, it is epically beneficial.* This is due to four of its functions:

  • Increased Protein Anabolism (Muscle Protein Synthesis)*
  • Decreased Catabolism (Muscle Protein Breakdown)*
  • Inhibits Glucocorticoids (Effect on Gluconeogenesis)*
  • Increased Insulin Sensitivity *

What does that have to do with Deer Antler Extract? Good question. You might have already connected the dots, but deer antler velvet is rich in IGF-1 (i.e. gainz).

Deer Antler Velvet: Into the Wild

It (mostly) comes down to one thing. Nature is wild. Each year, stags replace their antlers. This natural shedding process ensures their antlers are always strong enough to defend themselves, especially during rutting season.

The old antlers break off and come springtime the jubilant new set begins to rapidly grow. During growing season, the new antlers boast a unique appearance. Instead of their usual hard ivory, they’re soft and covered in fine hair. 

This is important because…we break down muscle fibers in order to grow them. Applying the regenerative powers of deer antler velvet could lead to similar results in humans (for muscles, not antlers).*

Is Deer Antler Velvet Extracted Humanely?

Anyone who has any semblance of compassion for our friendly woodland creatures might find themselves asking an admirable question: What about the Bucks?! (And if you’re hardcore vegan, you probably phrase that question with a bunch of expletives)

We appreciate the question. Animal friendliness is important to us too. No worry needed though. 

Harvesting the fur on deer antlers is a safe and simple process that causes very little stress to the animals. 

The deer are first gently sedated so they enter smoothly into the procedure, then given an anesthesia to make sure they don’t experience any pain or discomfort. After the anesthesia’s kicked in, an experienced veterinarian carefully removes the majority of the antlers that have grown. Then the empowering stag is given a high hoof for his valiance and generosity. Get it…high hoof? Zing.

Deer Antler Spray: Shrouded in Myth

Despite the growing evidence around this mythical powerhouse supplement, Deer Antler Spray is still shrouded in (malicious and misguided) myth. 

While this can be frustrating for those of us in the know, it’s only a testament to the power of Deer Antler Velvet Extract. 

Ask any member of the X-MEN—naysayers will always try to oppress anything of truly noteworthy power. In this case, that censorship, oppression, and lying targets Deer Antler Velvet Extract. 

Because They fear what might happen if you gain the power of Deer Antler Spray. Frankly, they should fear you. After all, the uncanny powers of IGF-1, found within Deer Antler Velvet, could be just the tool you need to leave the doubters breathing in your dust — while you conquer your goals.

Don’t get me wrong. I’m not saying you’ll get an invite to Xavier’s School for Gifted Youngsters after incorporating Deer Antler Velvet into your supplement stack, but hey…stranger things have happened. Just not in, well, you know, reality, which, when you think about it, is actually kind of a shame because getting mutant superpowers would pretty much be the coolest thing ever (depending on the superpower, of course).

But Isn't Deer Antler Extract Banned?

Due to the uncanny benefits, some professional sports decided it necessary to ban Deer Antler Velvet Extract. 

But this time, we’ll focus on the recovery aspect.

Back in 2013, Ray Lewis, a linebacker for the Baltimore Ravens, got badly injured. Like any sound minded athlete, he searched for ways to potentially speed up his recovery.

He discovered deer antler velvet extract and figured why not. His recovery was swift. Some claimed too swift. And…although correlation doesn’t necessarily equal causation, some blamed the deer antler spray he’d taken was the reason behind the impressive recovery time. Cue stupid scandal.

So, naturally, the NFL got all flustered, blew the entire thing absurdly out of proportion (I like to imagine Mr. Goodell shaking his head in comically ridiculous, ignorant, outrage like some half-human spawn of Jabba, but that’s just me), and suspended the linebacker.

Despite, I might add, that Ray Lewis passed every PED test they gave him. In other words, whatever the poorly propagandized past might wanna lead you to believe, although deer antler spray is rich in a certain powerful growth factor,* it is not said growth factor. There’s a difference (their logic is just as bad as noobies saying creatine’s a steroid…like, wait, what?! *eye roll*).

By the time of this writing, the whole Ray Lewis “scandal” with Deer Antler Spray is so far in the past thinking about it actually makes me wanna go check the mirror for any new grey hairs (not quite so depressing as when new emo-kid initiates refer to some of my favorite albums as oldies, but still way too close for comfort), so, as much as it pains me to say this, it might be before your time. But past does this thing where it can hinder the progression of present and future. Weird how time works.

Now, luckily, many organizations have managed to do that thing where they refer back to logic instead of relying on preconceived (pious) biases. But sadly, apparently not everyone’s quite ready to move out of the dark ages.

If you are worried that the sports organization dictating your supplement decisions might lock away the epic gainz (many have experienced from incorporating Deer Antler Spray into their supplement stacks), then you may consider checking with your local dictato…I mean, ahem, association representative. For permission.

Is Deer Antler Spray Safe?

Although surrounded by controversy, the only concern anyone who doesn’t have to worry about a professional sports organization wrongfully throwing the proverbial book at them should have is whether they can really afford to miss out on the potential gains deer antler velvet extract can encourage. 

Deer antler extract is a safe, legal supplement that’s a powerful tool for anyone seeking noteworthy gainz. 

How to Get Deer Antler Velvet Extract

The process is extremely simple. Learn how to synthesize bio-organic materials, wander off into the wild, locate the best looking velvet you can find, and get to work. 

Alternatively, you could try a more effective route. You know, like heading on over to the Bucked Up Site using this handy-dandy little link here and stocking up on your gainz that way.

Whichever method you choose is up to you. It really comes down to how many more days you feel you can really afford to go without arming yourself with one of the most powerful fitness supplements on the market. 

Luckily, we at Bucked Up understand your need for gainz. That’s why we boast insanely fast delivery times. Because you deserve the powers of Deer Antler Spray. And you deserve those powers, like, yesterday.

Focus your scope on Bucked Up. Add Deer Antler Velvet’s vast benefits to your regimen today!

* These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration.
This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

Logan Peterson

Logan Peterson is an avid writer and an unprofessional, non-competitive bodybuilder. Logan has several degrees, all of which he made up to sound more credible (for obvious reasons, Legal said he can’t list them). In truth, he simply has an insatiable curiosity. After eleven years of obsessive research, he knows too much about fitness, nutrition, and supplementation for his own good. Despite all appearances, he’s fiercely nerdy. Outside of fitness, his passions are reading and writing; his genre interests run the gamut from litrpg to satire. Due to ADHD, he’s currently working on several novels, and will likely publish all of them at once. And yes, he wrote his own third person.

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