Where are the antlers - the young horns of the noble and spotted deer?
I heard that some medications are made from them. These antlers and even the hooves of young deer are in special demand in Chinese medicine. They have a tonic effect on the human body and help to improve "masculine strength".
Antlers, as you know, are the antlers of spotted and red deer of red deer and red deer. They grow horns every year, which are the most valuable raw material, comparable only to ginseng, for the production of the most effective medicines for the preservation of youth and strength of a person today, for example, pantocrine and many other biologically active substances that help to get rid of even some intractable diseases. When I was young, I was lucky to visit one of the maral farms on the border of Altai and East Kazakhstan. Until the deer have had time to shed their beautiful, branchy antlers, they are brought into stalls and the horns that have not yet ossified, soaked with blood vessels, are sawed off, which are then placed in huge vats, in which they are boiled to get rid of pollution and insects. The workers said that these broths themselves were impregnated with healing properties. In summer, gold miners and miners come to them from northern latitudes, lie for hours in these cooling vats, successfully getting rid of old radiculitis. After cooking, antlers are hung in metal, blown dryers from all sides (now there are other methods), after drying, they are cut into pieces, packaged, sent for further use throughout the country or sold in tons for export to China, Korea, Japan, etc., where they are widely used in oriental medicine in the form of drugs, medicines, or they are finely sawed, packaged and sold expensively in pharmacies for independent tinctures. All this already dates the idea of this powerful natural biostimulant, but listing all the beneficial properties of pantocrine, its general strengthening and stimulating effects on the human body will take many pages, which is almost impossible here, excuse me.