Velvet Deer Antler Extracts

Deer Antler Velvet Demand On The Rise

People use deer velvet as medicine for a wide range of health problems.

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Cancer and Deer Velvet Antler

Cancer is a dreaded disease – any type of it. Even just the thought of having cancer brings fear to a person. It’s like a tragedy not just for the patient, but to the family of the patient as well.

There are many disadvantages of cancer. It brings anxiety, depression, and stress. It can also make a person experience severe pain, weakness, and extreme sadness. And what’s worst is that it may lead to death.

Cancer treatments such as radiotherapy, chemotherapy, and a lot of different kinds of medicines are generally expensive besides the fact that it brings discomfort (nausea, hair loss, and gastric disturbances are some of the side-effects during treatment). The patient is literally suffering from intense physical, mental, and emotional pain; and no words can ever describe what these individuals are going through.

For this reason, products that may help cancer patients control, if not fight, this dreadful disease are very important. Products such as deer velvet antler, which has its very own anti-cancer effects, is believed to greatly increase the efficacy of medicines and/or treatments for cancer. It also lowers down the negative side-effects of these treatments and medications, thus, reducing the patients’ pain and suffering.

CDDP, which is another name for cisplatin (chemotherapy agent which causes weight loss) when combined with velvet antler is believed to normalize weight during treatment. It is also believed that velvet antler increases the efficacy of CDDP on other types of cancer, thus, increasing survival rate.

Deer velvet antler has long history of use as a traditional medicine. Although there is not enough evidence that velvet antler can actually totally cure cancer, it still shows that it helps increase the survival rate of the cancer  patient. In some cases, it helps prevent the spread of cancer cells to other parts of the body, preventing a full-blown cancer.