Boonton, NJ (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
It's been reported that famed NFL linebacker, who is playing his last football game this Sunday in the Super Bowl, has been linked to a banned PED substance. Deer Antler Velvet, which contains IGF-1, is considered banned in the NFL because it's a performance enhancing substance.
It's important to note that Deer Antler Velvet and Deer Antler Velvet spray is completely legal - that is, it is not against the law like anabolic steroids. It just isn't legal in most professional sports because it can act as a performance enhancer.
Dan Smith from HGH.com, which is a leader in online sales for IGF-1 (Insulin-like growth factor), HGH, and Deer Antler Supplements said that "Many athletes simply aren't aware that they may be taking a supplement that is banned in their sport. One of the reasons we carry so many different types of HGH Supplements or any supplement in general is that we find ways to deliver supplements in many different variations that are legal in both our legal system and also in sports. An athlete can come to our online store and find a product that will give them what they want safely, and not have to worry about anything else." HGH.com also said that "nothing we sell will make anyone fail a legal 'drug' test." HGH.com is known for always being on the leading edge of new products and ingredients.
According to an espn.com article, Ray Lewis was quoted as saying "I never ever took what he says I was supposed to." The NFL has no blood testing for IGF-1, which is only detectable in the blood, and therefore for the time being, Ray Lewis' reputation is not in jeopardy of being tarnished. This week being "media week", the week before the Super Bowl, the timing of this news is questionable. The only one to gain from the timing of this is the ones who leaked it.
Athletes linked to Deer Antler is nothing new, as it's a useful ingredient for performance enhancement and muscle recovery. You can purchase Deer Antler IGF-1 Spray from HGH.com.