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Pantocrine is a favourite remedy produced in Russia from the siberian velvet deer antler of the so called Noble deer or Maral. It has been produced already since 1928. It has been used in the far east against many hardships, e.g. anemia, weakened organism, infectious diseases, increased fatigue and during weakened circulatory system. Pantocrine has been known in Europe especially as an aphrodisiac.
- enhances sexual libido and sexual power
- a powerful anti-aging action
- increases red and white blood cells production
- body vitalising - improves muscle tone, work capacity, strength, appetite, stamine
- increases low blood pressure
- improves muscle tone
The drug possesses high antioxidant, anti-stress, and immunomodulation activity. Pantocrine activates the DNA repairing processes and contributes to gene stability. Deer velvet contains an excellent nutritional profile including collagen, amino acids, essential fatty acids, minerals, and other functional proteins, all vital components for human metabolic function. Pantocrine is considered to tonify kidney and fortify yang power.
Pantocrine is a true tonic, several russian researches showed that the running performance of athletes improved after taking pantocrine which also increased muscular strength and powerfully strengthened nerves. It has anti-catabolic effect and decreases the rate of muscle fatique.
Their results also showed that pantocrine is useful to heal wounds after surgery and could aid in the recovery of trauma patients. It increases production of red and white blood cells and therefore accelerates healing and recovery.
How are the antlers harvested?
Velvet antler does not refer to the velvety "skin" on growing antlers, but rather the whole cartilaginous antler in a pre-calcified stage. Typically the antler is cut off near the base after it is about two-thirds of its potential full size, and before any significant calcification occurs. The antler is dried and is used powdered or in the tea form for a wide variety of health remedies. Moose, as all members of the deer family, will produce new antlers yearly. The deer is not harmed by antler removal, which is generally done around June. After the antlers are cut off the bull may grow a small antler pair to replace them and that "button" will be shed early the following year. Exceptionally large antlers can weigh 50 lb (22.6 kg) for a pair. Antlers are said to be the fastest growing membrane known, and it is this rapidly growing tissue that contains the micronutrients needed to improve some human health deficiencies.
Content: extract of the Ussurian and Maral deer antlers (Pantocrine), pear essence, 52% alcohol.
Dosage: 15 drops 2-3 times a day before meal.
Not suitable for children.