For northern peoples, the deer has long been the source of life: deer give them food and clothing, mobile home building materials, medicines.
Since ancient times, velvet deer antlers (young pre-calcified osseous organs with tubular structure filled with blood) have always been highly valued in oriental medicine.
Deer tendons, tails, penises and other by-products are rich in vitamins, hormones, and minerals that are vital for human bodies.
Calcified deer antlers are branching osseous extensions. Unlike velvet antlers, they have no skin or hair covering and are not filled with blood.
Pre-calcified and calcified deer antlers are a nutritional supplement not only for the human diet but also for dogs
Antler haematogen is a dry blood substance obtained from veins and velvet antler extract of red deer and reindeer.
Back in the days of the Goryeo Dynasty that ruled in Korea until 1392, ginseng was already famous for its miraculous properties,
Ganoderma lucidum is a scientific name of a species belonging to the Ganoderma genus. These mushrooms are known as lingzhi in China, reishi in Japan and yeongji in Korea.
Musk is a preputial gland secretory product of male antlerless musk deer of the Moschidae family
Chaga and chaga products are an invaluable gift of nature used in the manufacture of dietary supplements and herbal teas.