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OMON GUVD of MoscowComplex research conducted by the Research Institute of Traditional Methods of Treatment of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation on the chemical composition and physical properties of the ossified horns and reindeer antlers, as well as preclinical studies of preparations made from them showed that specially processed ossified horns differ significantly from have the following advantages over them:

The reindeer horns contain macro- and microelements in a ratio and in quantities that best meet the physiological requirements of the organism, while in the antlers the content of the elements has not yet reached the optimum.

Reindeer horns contain a large number of active elements of calcium and magnesium, barium, the main elements of bone tissue necessary for the vigorous activity of the heart muscles, for blood coagulation, etc.

There are an order of magnitude less steroid compounds in the horns of the Reindeer, and here is the number of hormonal actions (estrogens, androgens, progesterone). 10-15 times less cholesterol, causing atherosclerosis, lipoid hyperplasia and other diseases.

Reindeer antlers contain a sufficient amount of iodine (> 0.01%), which is necessary for normal activity of the endocrine system, including the thyroid gland, which affects protein and lipid metabolism. Iodine is indicated in patients with atherosclerosis. It is safe to assume that iodine in horns is contained in the form of iodinated amino acid derivatives of tyrosine (thyronin, thyroxin, 3,5-diiodotyrosine, 3,5,3-triiodothyronine, 3,3-diiodothyronine, etc.)

The horns of reindeer contain a large amount of manganese, an important element for the activation of redox processes in the body.

Reindeer horns contain an insignificant amount of proteins and peptides, many of which may be toxic or have hemolytic and allergenic properties.

Reindeer horns contain large amounts of phosphorus, an essential element for enhancing bone growth, for normal nervous system activity, and is indicated for vascular hypotension, rachitis, diathesis, etc.

The reindeer horns contain a smaller amount (1000 times) of tin, which is a heavy and toxic metal close in a number of properties to lead.

Reindeer antlers are recommended to be used in natural and only crushed form, while antlers are used to obtain alcohol extracts, tinctures containing only 4-5% of extractable substances from them, therefore, 95% of antlers (including active ingredients) are not used and ejected in the form of cake.

Fine powder from the horns of reindeer has antacid, adsorption and coating properties, while showing acid-base capacity, which is important when used in gastric and duodenal ulcers, gastritis, heartburn, pain and other gastrointestinal diseases, which show decrease in acidity and proteolytic activity of gastric juice.

Reindeer horns have a permissible content (not exceeding the norms) of heavy toxic metals (lead, cadmium, mercury, molybdenum, cobalt, etc.). Thus, with horn ossification, toxic metals do not accumulate.

Reindeer antlers are the most prepared for storage, transportation and processing, as they contain more stable and stable organic compounds in their composition than the components in antlers (proteins, peptides, blood elements, etc.), are well ground, and the powders have high flowability .

Conducted preclinical, pharmacological and toxicological tests show the absence of toxicity and allergenicity, their high adaptogenic activity, immunostimulating properties, as well as adsorption detoxification ability, which neither antlers of antlers, nor antlers possess.

The reindeer antlers have a huge raw material base, which is hundreds of times greater than the raw material base of reindeer antlers, maral, red deer and sika deer combined.

Thus, the reindeer antlers are significantly different in chemical composition and physical properties from reindeer antlers, and from them it is possible to prepare drugs with specific pharmacological properties of a fundamentally different effect than the antlers currently used.


Head lab qm V.P. Pakhomov

Moscow, 1995