Trying to find the right supplement that can increase your gains can be just as demanding as any boot camp workout. Trust me, I know all too well.
It seems like hundreds of new products pop up on the market every month and the majority of them make fluffed up claims about the supposed miraculous things they can do.
Every now and then there arises a supplement that really does work.
Supreme Antler is a product that’s been gaining a lot of attention on the internet and in bodybuilding circles lately.
Of course, as many of us know just because there is a lot of buzz about a new supplement does not mean that it is a great product and worth spending your money on.
The list of benefits is indeed impressive, but does it really work and is it worth the expense?
That’s a common question and those who ask it deserve an honest answer.
It turns out that company that makes Supreme Antler is not so easy to find.
Anyone that wants to send communications must direct it to the email address of the sales page domain name.
There’s no other company name listed other than just Supreme Antler. That’s a big warning sign right off the bat.Anytime I find that it is not easy to contact a company’s customer service or find out exact details about the company, I start to get a little suspicious.
However, it’s still too early to call it a case closed, so let’s explore this product a bit further.
If you can get past all of the websites that are trying to sell you Supreme Antler, you will find a few genuine reports about the product and the ingredients.
In this report on cnbc.com they discuss how antler velvet related products have been getting banned from professional sports recently.
Additionally they site a study that was done which reported users taking deer antler velvet did see a 4% increase in results over a 10 week period.
While 4% is an increase, they also say the tests that have been done so far are no definitive and more testing needs to be completed to reach a conclusion.
Even if the 4% gain is legitimate in the test cited, the cost for this particular supplement is pretty high and details are very cloudy about what is actually in the bottle.
How Does Supreme Antler Work?
The Supreme Antler website claims that the product is a top supplement legally available for boosting IGF-1 and Growth Hormone levels and that the action starts within minutes of taking the supplement. That is a pretty big claim.Supreme Antler is supposed to bring fast results for those who’ve been having trouble with muscle growth.
According to the website, those taking this product are able to enjoy fat loss and getting bigger muscles at twice their usual rate.
Because of the way Supreme Antler is claimed to boost testosterone, it’s not recommended for women.
Supreme Antler Ingredients
The active ingredient in this product is deer antler velvet, but the other ingredients are, oddly and unfortunately not listed.
The biggest problem with this is that there are other deer antler velvet products available on the market.
What makes this one any different, or better? The answer to that question is yet to be found.
However, there’s no doubt that deer antler velvet is a substance that offers some great benefits to those seeking to build muscle.
In fact, this ingredient has benefits to offer a lot of people, as it is used to treat high blood pressure, high cholesterol, muscle aches, migraines, asthma, osteoporosis, overactive bladder, erectile dysfunction, and a whole lot more.
It’s even used as a tonic for children to treat slow growth and mental disabilities.
Deer velvet is indeed some awesome stuff, but that doesn’t mean Supreme Antler is the best way to take it.
Because the company failed to provide more information about their formula, there’s no guarantee that Supreme Antler is safe for all. Webmd.com provides some really solid information about deer velvet and an overview of the various uses, benefits and dangers. Anyone that is considering taking this supplement should review the information on medical sites to make sure they know exactly what they are taking and the risks involved.
Where to Buy Supreme Antler
Now here’s where things start to get really suspicious, if they weren’t already.
The only way anyone can get Supreme Antler is if they sign up for a free trial offer on the company’s website.
However, they don’t dare call it a free trial.
The order page simply says “Try before you buy”.
You only have to pay for the shipping on the first bottle, which is about $4.95, but they use this tempting offer to get your credit card information so that they can charge you $89.95 fourteen days later. Want to cancel?
Oh yeah, just scroll down the order page and read the light grey on white small print that says you have to call some toll free customer service number and request a cancellation before fourteen days is up.Also, you should note that the trial period starts as soon as you place your order, and not when your order gets delivered, or even shipped out, dubious indeed.
Supreme Antler Pros and Cons:
- This product contains deer antler velvet, which may help with muscle growth and does offer a long list of health benefits to those who take it.
- The list of ingredients isn’t provided.
- The product can only be bought through the company’s website.
- Anyone who wants to purchase the product automatically gets signed up to an auto-ship program that charges their credit card every month.
Hey, deer antler velvet has shown to be a pretty helpful supplement, but Supreme Antler is definitely a no-go’, unless you like being scammed out of almost $100 every month.Thanks, but no thanks – I’ll pass on this one!
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I didnt read the fine print and found the customer service to be useless and the email address given did not work. I did not want the monthly charge on my credit card but was not able to cancel.
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Price on product
My hubby used the product but we didn't want to continue on price alone. Called the company before my "trial" was up and they were able to take the price down by a hefty amount.
0 out of 2 people found this review helpful.