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Deer antler velvet all the ‘rage’

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This trophy buck was photographed by trail camera in September prior to shedding its antler velvet, a material that has made the news of late because of its alleged benefit as a performance enhancing substance.

Ray Lewis and the Baltimore Ravens won the Super Bowl Sunday. I don’t know if Lewis used a banned performance enhancing substance like has been claimed in the news this past week. He said he didn’t and the fact he was pretty much a non-factor in the Ravens’ victory validates his claim.
The banned substance that has made all the news is a product provided by Sports With Alternatives to Steroids, or SWATS. The National Football League identifies a product found in the substance as IGF-1, a banned performance enhancing drug.

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