Benefits of Deer Anter for Humans: News and Research


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Research


Pitt study recommends lead-content advisories on venison donated to food banks November 26, 2022 Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

... A University of Pittsburgh report on lead fragmentation in hunted deer, published in September in the American Journal of Public Health, was billed as the first study specifically focused on the presence of lead particles in venison donated by hunters to organizations that provide food to low income families... There is no safe level of lead in the human body...


Transcriptional sequencing analysis reveals the potential use of deer antler for “tonifying the kidney and strengthening bone” - Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery and Research, 2022

... Rats were treated with deer antler extract (DAE) prepared in advance ... The results demonstrate that DAE could jointly heighten renal function by maintaining renal homeostasis, combating renal fibrosis, and reducing renal inflammation by regulating ion transport. Furthermore, DAE can strengthen the bone system by stimulating osteoblast differentiation and regulating bone regeneration ...


Clinical Effectiveness of Ikgibohyeol-tang(Yìqìbǔxuè-tāng) and Deer Antler on Fatigue Symptoms and HRV Results in Outpatients at Korean Medical Hospital: A Retrospective Chart Review Study September 8, 2022, Journal of Korean Medicine

... After taking Ikgibohyeol-tang granules and Deer antler granules, the degree of discomfort with fatigue and accompanying symptoms decreased significantly compared to before taking them. After treatment, Autonomic nervous system activity, Stress resistance, Heart Stability increased, and Stress index, Degree of fatigue decreased significantly...



News

Long-term monitoring shows 7% of Minnesota venison laced with toxic lead March 5, 2021 Minnesota

Duluth News Tribune

... The monitoring is conducted each year by the Minnesota Department of Agriculture, which X-rays all of the venison donated by hunters to all Minnesota food shelves... sometimes scattered through the meat due to the shock and fragmentation of high-speed lead bullets...