What about Homeopathic HCG?
Homeopathic HCG drops are taken sublingually, which means under the tongue, rather than injected. If you buy the right kind of homeopathic HCG, it will be highly effective for use with Dr. Simeon's Protocol.
What is the Right Kind of Homeopathic HCG?
The formula for homeopathic HCG can vary dramatically across various brands. Knowing what to look for in homeopathic HCG is essential for getting the most effective drops.
First of all, look for professionally manufactured homeopathic HCG that is manufactured in the United States at a federally registered pharmaceutical laboratory. Second, if it is homeopathic HCG, it should list HCG as an ingredient in one or more strengths, i.e., 6x, 12x, 30x, etc. The ‘x’ refers to strengths or potencies in homeopathic formulas. And third, HCG can be sourced from animals or humans—the company/manufacturer should be able to confirm that the HCG in a specific homeopathic formula is started with human-sourced, prescription grade HCG.
Homeopathic HCG doesn't require any mixing, and it has a longer shelf life with optimum potency than prescription injections if you store it properly. Homeopathic HCG doesn't require extra supplies like syringes, vials, or alcohol pads, and it doesn't need to be refrigerated, making it a convenient option if you'll be traveling during the protocol. You'll likely find that homeopathic HCG provides a high level of energy, little to no hunger, and an overall high sense of well-being.
How Much Homeopathic HCG to Buy for a “Round’?
Since HCG formulas vary, for many brands, a two ounce bottle of homeopathic HCG will last approximately 40 days, which is enough for one full cycle. However, if you start into a cycle and take more than the minimum HCG for any reason, you may want to order an additional bottle to ensure that you don’t run out mid cycle.
Storing Your Homeopathic HCG
A sealed bottle of homeopathic HCG can generally be stored at room temperature for a few years and the base of your HCG might determine whether you should store your HCG in the refrigerator or a cupboard. For example, if the formula has an alcohol base, store your HCG in a dry, dark cupboard away from the microwave. If it has a mineral water base, it you should store it in the refrigerator.
At the end of a cycle, if you have HCG left over and you're planning on doing another cycle of the HCG Diet in six weeks or so, you should store your HCG in the refrigerator until you need it again.
Depending on a number of factors, storing an opened bottle of HCG for a long period of time, i.e., over a couple of months, may affect the potency. Accordingly, if you feel weak and hungry once you start a new round of the HCG Diet, the potency of the open HCG may be the culprit and you may need to replace the old bottle with a fresh one.