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History is written by the victor. The future belongs to the HARDCORE MOTHER FCKR who is willing to grab the BULL by the horns today. FCK AVERAGE. The BLACK BULL HARDCORE LABS story dates back to the 19th Century. This was the beginning of Sino-U.S. maritime trade with a handful of Chinese making their way to American shores around the year 1815. With the migration of Chinese traders, merchants and labourers, came their traditional and herbal medicications, including deer stag antler velvet; dating back in Chinese history to the Han dynasty between the years of 206 B.C. to 220 A.D. Although not intended to treat, cure or prevent any illnesses, it was believed in ancient China that deer stag antler velvet increased sexual libido and performance levels.

Original Formula Deer Antler Velvet

THE FAMOUS BLACK STAG

With the breakout of American Civil War in 1861, The Black Stag, already well known among a large number of soldiers on both Union and Confederate sides. Towards the end of the war The Black Stag had grown to cult status on the battle field. Once the war ended in 1865 Black noticed that there was an increased interest on The Black Stag's strength and endurance properties amongst the now blue-collar workers. This led to the establishment of the company Black Bull in 1869 under which Black continued to market and sell The Black Stag.

IGF-1 & IGF-2

Thanks to current research, we now know that this is due to the IGF-1 and IGF-2 which deer stag antler velvet is rich in. IGF-1 and IGF-2 have been shown to elevate blood serum levels, leading to increased strength, accelerated recovery and faster results.

THE AMERICAN TRADE FRONTIER

Howard Black, an American trader first stumbled across deer stag antler velvet in 1857 when he was trading goods with a Chinese merchant on the great plains of the American frontier. Trader became entrepreneur when Black, upon using the deer stag antler velvet himself, noticed that it helped increase his physical strength and endurance. Black began bottling and trading deer stag antler velvet as a strength and performance enhancer under the label The Black Stag, to great renown with the blue-collar workers at the time.

ORIGINAL BLACK STAG FORMULA

The Black Stag formula remains largely unchanged from the original developed by Howard Black in 1857, with the branding and packaging paying homage to the original; but now in capsulated form for ease of use.

The Black Stag is a supplement made from the immature tissues surrounding bone and cartilage found inside the tips of live, growing North American Elk antlers in their pre-calcified state. The antlers naturally contain IGF-1 and IGF-2 and are one of the fastest types of tissue growth in mammals. It is the only example of an organ that is shed and regrown each year.  This tissue, which is rich in growth hormones, key nutrients, and calcium is taken from the deer antlers and then flash-frozen to form a key part of The Black Stag formula. IGF-1 and IGF-2 have been shown to elevate blood serum levels, leading to increased strength, accelerated recovery and faster results. The Elk are not harmed in the process of extracting the substance from their antlers.

Howard Black, an American trader first stumbled across deer stag antler velvet in 1857 when he was trading goods with a Chinese merchant on the great plains of the American frontier. Trader became entrepreneur when Black, upon using the deer stag antler velvet himself, noticed that it helped increase his physical strength and endurance. Black began bottling and trading deer stag antler velvet as a strength and performance enhancer under the label The Black Stag, to great renown with the blue-collar workers at the time. With the breakout of American Civil War in 1861, The Black Stag, already well known among a large number of soldiers on both Union and Confederate sides. Towards the end of the war The Black Stag had grown to cult status on the battle field. Once the war ended in 1865 Black noticed that there was an increased interest on The Black Stag's strength and endurance properties amongst the now blue-collar workers. This led to the establishment of the company Black Bull in 1869 under which Black continued to market and sell The Black Stag. The Black Stag formula remains largely unchanged from the original developed by Howard Black in 1857, with the branding and packaging paying homage to the original; but now in capsulated form for ease of use.