The Benefits of Elk Velvet Antlers

The name Wapiti is from the Shawnee and Cree word waapiti, meaning “white rump” deer, which is an elk. The elk or wapiti is one of the largest species of deer in the world, and one of the largest land mammals in North America. Male elk grow and shed their antlers annually.  The antlers are a fast growing and biologically active tissue loaded with components that have demonstrated exceptional therapeutic value.  Elk Velvet Antler (EVA) has been used in Traditional Eastern Medicine for over 2000 years.

 

Some of the many benefits of Elk Velvet Antler:

  • Relieve joint stiffness
  • Support positive kidney function
  • Increase bone density
  • Boost energy levels
  • Aid muscle recovery
  • Stimulate and strengthen immune system
  • Reduce inflammation
  • Increase red blood cell production and circulation
  • Aid in treatment of arthritis
  • Enhance ability to cope with stress – physical, emotional and chemical
Craig Wylie, the owner of Wapiti Labs Inc, purchased a 160 acre farm in northern Minnesota about 10 years ago and started his own elk ranch.  Wolf Creek Ranch is managed and operated by Craig’s son Klint who cares for a herd of about 200 elk.  Only the best genetics are selected for the bulls & cows to breed the healthiest, most promising stock.  The elk are raised in a completely pollution-free, natural environment.  All animals are certified by the MN Board of Animal Health and routine health checks & inventory programs keep the elk in optimal health.  Wolf Creek Ranch has been Chronic Wasting Disease and Tuberculosis free for over ten years.
Wapiti Labs Inc. manufactures & sells supplements made from EVA for dogs, cats and humans.  They use a no heat, proprietary extraction process to produce our supplements which include the EVA and Eastern herbs.  Premium elk antler chews for dogs round out the Wapiti Labs line.
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Date: Tuesday, 27. August 2013 5:50
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    Wow, I had no idea that deer velvet had the ability to treat arthritis! I definitely will have to look more into this then. I’ve heard great things about this supplement so far, and I actually have quite a few friends who have had very successful experiences with it.

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