As the year comes to an end, we decided to look back through our deer antler velvet articles from 2019 and highlight some of our favorites. Many of these were very helpful in answering customer questions about deer antler velvet, while some of them were just fun to write.
Our first article of the year was probably the most helpful of them all. Aptly titled, Deer Antler Velvet dosage instructions, we posted an article as a response to one of the most frequently asked questions we receive. Everyone asks "how do I take deer antler velvet?"
When you order our product, every box comes with specific instructions on dosage and delivery. However, we find many of our customers misplace the instructions or prefer additional clarification. You asked - we answered!
Another common question we receive from people who are considering taking deer antler velvet is whether it's legal or not. The simple answer is - yes, it's perfectly legal to take deer antler velvet. The longer answer is that it's not only legal, but it's also allowed in sports.
Was this article helpful? No. Did we have a few customer service calls that asked us if a deer would be shipped to their house? Yes. Was the customer service team angry with the content team for posting this article? Also yes. But this was one of the more interesting articles we were able to write.
We focused on those health conscious mothers with this article. For those who couldn't decide what to buy their mother for Mother's Day, we pointed out the reasons that deer antler velvet would be a great gift. It's definitely a unique product that most mother's wouldn't expect.
If your mother, or the mother of your kids, is a gym rat then this might be a great gift idea. It could also be a great gift to buy if your mother is a fan of acupuncture. Deer antler velvet is commonly referenced in acupuncture - referred to as Lu Rong.
Our product is sourced and created entirely within the USA. We use the great North American Elk to harvest our deer antler velvet. This article gives you more background on the North American Elk. If you're going to take deer antler velvet, why not learn more about the animal behind the product?
Did you know that deer antler velvet is commonly referred to as Lu Rong? Acupuncturists often incorporate Lu Rong into their regimen. Given that both stem from ancient Chinese practices, the two tend to go hand in hand. If you've never tried Acupuncture or Deer Antler Velvet, maybe this article will inspire you to try one - or both!
Happy New Year Everyone! Cheers to 2020!