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Hokkaido Sika Deer Peptide Powder

Powder Ingredient from Natural Sika Deer of Hokkaido

Hokkaido sika deer is a subspecies of Japanese deer that lives only in Hokkaido. Once on the brink of extinction, the population has now rapidly
ecovered due to conservation policies such as banning hunting. As a result, problems such as agricultural damage and traffic accidents are ccurring. For this reason, local government is gradually expanding the hunting quota and increasing the number of animals captured. The hunted
okkaido sika deer are butchered at a deer meat processing facility certified by the Hokkaido Prefectural Government and distributed as meat. This product is made by enzymatically decomposing the waste meat generated during this process and turning it into powder. In traditional Chinese
edicine, deer meat has been considered a treasure since the Shang Dynasty over 1300 BC. The 550-year-old Chinese medicinal work “Bencao
angmoku” also states, ”The deer is considered a spiritual animal of longevity, also strengthens the functions of the five organs and six organs. It
romotes blood circulation, is good for beauty, and is very useful for maintaining health.'' In modern-day China, species with white spots on their
awns, such as the Sika deer, are particularly prized and called Meihualu deer (梅花鹿).

Display Name Example for Food ◎ Enzyme degradation product of deer meat, dextrin, etc.
Display Name Example for Cosmetics
Origin Raw material Sika deer
Origin Raw material's Place of Origin Hokkaido
Manufacturing Place Hokkaido
Ingredients peptide
Standardized Ingredients
Functional Claims
Recommended Dosage
Expected Function ◎ Recovering from fatigue ◎ Preventing lifestyle-related disease ◎ Preventing anemia & poor circulation ◎ Regulating blood pressure
Uses ◎ Health supplements, drinks and processed foods ◎ Nutrition supplements
Properties Light yellow powder
Storage Condition Keep in cool dry place and avoid direct sunlight
  • Made in Hokkaido
  • Made in Japan
  • Upcycling

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