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Our Deer Placenta is extracted from the Deer placenta of healthy and fine quality New Zealand Deer. It contains rich amino acid, adhesive polysaccharide, Vitamin E and B series, ferment (malic acid and hydracid)and various minerals like calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, copper, etc.
GreenHealth Deer Placenta Extract is produced via a unique centrifuge process and the it is Freeze Dried at low temperatures to preserve vital bio-active elements contents.
Take 1-3 capsules daily with meals or as professionally advised.
Each capsule contains:
Deer Placenta 100mg (as equiv. to fresh 10,000mg).
Grape Seed Extract 20mg (as equiv. to fresh 2,400mg).
Dendrobium Extract 20mg
Aloe Vera Extract 10mg
Marine Collagen Extract 100mg
Fucoidan 20% Powder 50mg
Evening Primrose Oil 100mg
Avocado Oil 100mg
Borage Oil 200mg
Lycopene 6% Oil 50mg
No artificial flavorings, preservatives, sugar, salt added. No artificial colourings with capsules.
Store below 30º C in a cool dry place.
What is Deer Placenta?
Deer Placenta Capsule ingredients start with fresh placenta cells. Placenta is a rich source of nutrients and growth factors. Placenta is an embryonic tissue formed during pregnancy from the cells of the fetus. The unique biological compounds in placenta ensure that the fetus is supplied with the necessary nutrients and oxygen needed for successful growth. Deer is considered to be a “higher order” animal, and deer placenta very closely resembles human placenta chemically. It is extraordinarily nourishing and is completely safe to consume.
Our Deer Placenta is extracted from the Deer placenta of healthy and fine quality New Zealand Deer . It contains rich amino acid, adhesive polysaccharide, Vitamin E and B series, ferment (malic acid and hydracid), yolk vitelline, lecithinum, and various minerals like calcium, phosphorus, iron, zinc, copper, etc.
Lawn, A.M., Chiquoine, A.D. and Amoroso, E.C.: The development of the placenta in the sheep and deer: an electronmicroscope study. J. Anat. 105:557-578, 1969.
Naik, S.N., Bhatia, H.M., Baxi, A.J. and Naik, P.V.: Hematological study of Indian spotted deer (Axis deer). J. Exper. Zool. 155:231-236, 1964