Top 5 FAQs About Homeopathic HCG Drops

First of
all, “homeopathic” is the method used to describe how homeopathic HCG drops are formulated.
Dr. Samuel Christian Frederic Hahnemann, M.D. was the founder of Homoeopathy. He established the
fundamental principles of the science and art of Homoeopathy. He is called the
Father of Experimental Pharmacology because he was the first physician to
prepare medicines in a specialized way; proving them on healthy human beings,
to determine how the medicines acted to cure diseases.

The Homeopathic Paradox: Weaker Is Stronger
Homeopathic remedies are prepared by a process
of serial dilution and shaking known as potentization. The more homeopathic
remedies are diluted and shaken, the stronger their action becomes. Chemically,
the substance becomes more and more dilute. Clinically, however, Hahnemann
found that the more a substance was potentized, the less often it needed to be
given to the patient to produce a curative action and the deeper was its
effect. Now, over 150 years after Hahnemann’s death, homeopaths continue to
validate this observation and cure patients with what seem to be
infinitesimally small doses of natural substances.

Homeopathic HCG is available in some health food stores, chiropractic
offices, etc., and, from our experience, homeopathic HCG produces the same
typical results as prescription forms of HCG (pills, injections, creams,
sublingual drops, spray) during the HCG Diet.

These are the top five questions people have about homeopathic HCG.

1.  Why are homeopathic drops
preferred over injectable HCG?
Homeopathic drops are more
convenient overall than HCG injections. You don’t need to get a prescription
from a doctor (a savings of time and money) and homeopathic HCG is typically
less expensive than prescription HCG. Homeopathic drops don’t require syringes
and alcohol pads, not to mention the pain and fear associated with daily
injections. After all, who wants to give themselves a shot every morning?

For injectable HCG, refrigeration is absolutely required and, even when
refrigerated, has a much shorter shelf life than homeopathic drops, for
example, 30 days is pushing it.For
homeopathic HCG drops with a mineral water base, refrigeration is recommended and the
drops are good for several months as long as they stay tightly closed and
refrigerated, while homeopathic drops made with an alcohol base do not have to be refrigerated. Throw
your bottle of alcohol based HCG drops in your purse and you’re good to go! During any time that you are not taking the
HCG, the drops should be tightly sealed and kept in the refrigerator for
maximum potency and preservation.

2.  Is homeopathic HCG “real”
HCG and do all homeopathic HCG drops work?
If
you purchase your homeopathic HCG drops from a reputable vendor that sells high
quality drops made in a USA FDA-approved laboratory and “Human Chorionic
Gonadotropin (hCG)” is listed in the ingredients, you should be o.k. Be on the
lookout for “HCG Drops” that list a bunch of amino acids and other vitamins but
do not list “Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (hCG)”. This is not the real thing;
you’ll most likely have a lower rate of loss, be hungry and struggle to stay on
the protocol. When making high quality homeopathic HCG drops, the lab will start
with a small amount of human-form, prescription HCG, as the base ingredient.
There can be a variety of formulations but having an authentic foundation (by beginning
with real hcg) is critical to obtaining the expected weight loss results.

3.  Do you inject homeopathic
HCG?
Homeopathic HCG is taken sublingually, which
means that you place the drops under your tongue and let them soak into your
body through the membranes. Homeopathic HCG is absolutely not meant to be
injected, and injecting it could cause serious health risks. It is very
important for anyone participating in the HCG Diet Protocol to know exactly how
to administer and store whatever form of HCG they have chosen to use.

4.  Why doesn’t homeopathic HCG
that has an alcohol base need to be refrigerated?
The alcohol acts as a preservative and so it’s not necessary, especially
if you’re going to use the entire bottle in the “round” of the diet that you
are doing currently.However, if you
don’t use the entire bottle and want to save it for your next round, which can
be started no sooner than 6 weeks, the HCG should be closed tightly and put in
the refrigerator where it will be good for up to 4 months.

5.  When does homeopathic HCG
expire?
Homeopathic HCG that is
unopened and kept in a cool, dry place usually has an expiration date of 2
years from the manufacture date for mineral water based drops and 5 years from
the manufacture date for alcohol based drops.However, once the bottle is opened/used, it will eventually become
contaminated with air, saliva, and other substances. Therefore, once opened,
homeopathic HCG typically has a shelf life of about four months if kept in the
refrigerator. After four months, the drops will likely begin to lose some
potency, even if refrigerated. If you
start a new round of the diet with “old” HCG, be on the lookout for signs
indicating that the old HCG is no longer effective, such as, slowed weight
loss, fatigue and hunger.