Homeopathic Drops or HCG Shots?

  • Brian Connole
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  • What do you think is the better way to go - Homeopathic Drops or HCG Shots?

    This past year people have started going nuts over the HCG Diet, with good reason too. After all it is known to be a very effective method for losing weight. Even if the FDA doesn't admit it.

    Of coarse, with the popularity of this re-discovered diet comes many different types of ebooks and products. One of these products being the Homeopathic HCG Drops. These things are everywhere - I've even seen them at the local supermarket. Some people even say that Homeopathic HCG works just as well, if not better than real HCG.

    So What Is Homeopathic HCG?

    Homeopathic Human Chorionic Gonadotropin, also known as HHCG, is a heavily diluted version of HCG which contains only a minimal amount of the actual hormone.

    It is meant to be delivered regularly over a period of time in consistent, small doses. The theory behind Homeopathic HCG is that small amounts that accumulate in the body will have a greater effect than a one-time large dose. It is also said that small, regimented doses can also avoid the negative side effects of large dosages.

    But is this true?

    Well that depends on who you ask. You see, there are some people that have had tremendous success using the Homeopathic HCG Drops. But with such a microscopic amount of HCG, how do they do it? I think that it's 60% the person doing the diet, 39% the actual protocol and 1% Homeopathic HCG.

    So is it better than real HCG?

    I would say have to say NO! But that doesn't mean the Homeopathic Drops won't work. Like I've said before, I think that it all depends on the person doing it. A big part of dieting is psychological. If someone believes that it's working, than it most likely will. However, if you are skeptical you will probably be miserable using the Homeopathic Drops.

    I would personally recommend using real HCG.

    However, if it's the injections you are concerned with, you can get Sublingual Drops or Pellets that are made with pharmaceutical HCG. But the real question is...

    How can you truly know if the drops you have contain real HCG?

    Well, the only way to be sure is to order and mix them yourself. Or, to be absolutely certain you could use a home pregnancy test. If you put your HCG on the test stick and it comes back positive, it means that your HCG is real. But if it gives you a negative response, that means it contains very little or no HCG at all.

    In fact, pregnancy tests are designed to respond to even small levels of HCG in the urine. So if it comes back negative, the amount of HCG in your drops would be almost microscopic.

    Another thing to look at is... Real HCG is measured in IU, which indicates the concentration of the hormone. So if you look on the label of your product, it should clearly state how many IU's of HCG it contains.

    Either way, you should be careful of where you get the hormone and who you get it from. If it's real HCG that you want, don't buy it over the counter. Make your purchase online through a reputable site. The one I recommend is Nu Image Medical, but there are plenty of other trustworthy companies out there. So you should have no trouble finding the right one for you.

    Do you know anyone who has used Homeopathic HCG? - Tell me in a comment...