What is the difference between homeopathic HCG drops/tablets and HCG injections?


Homeopathy is the second most widely used system of medicine in the world. It has been the primary medical system of choice for a great number of people in other countries for many years, with the allopathic methods being their secondary choice. (Allopathic healthcare is what they have in the United States, which relies on pharmaceutical drugs and surgical procedures.) Homeopathics have been used for many years to very effectively bring about healing and better health without the negative consequences and side effects that allopathic methods often have. Its popularity in the United States has grown dramatically over the last decade because homeopathy is effective, all natural and safe. There are no dangerous side effects with homeopathic remedies, and they can be taken along with other medications without worrying about adverse reactions.

Homeopathic formulations function on the theory of "like heals like" and that a very small amount of the active ingredient brings about change, because of the unique way homeopathic products are produced. Homeopathic HCG is produced by taking pure full strength HCG and making it into a sublingual mixture through a process of dilution and succussion. True homeopathic products, when tested in a typical lab, will come back negative for the active ingredient because the ingredient actually exists as a unique energy signature or imprint in the carrier liquid that cannot be measured chemically. This is also the reason homeopathic HCG drops will not show positive on a pregnancy test. It is important to realize that physical elements interact and affect each other in more ways than just chemically. Homeopathic products have continually baffled the American Medical Association when they fail in their chemical lab tests, yet are very successful when put to work in the human body. This has certainly been the case with homeopathic HCG used in the HCG diet program. If you are in doubt, read our
real-life HCG weight loss success pictures. They were the result of a very straightforward customer survey which also revealed what you can expect for average results not just the greatest success stories.

Another difference is the method of administration. Sublingual HCG drops are used by placing them under the tongue, an area rich in capillaries, where it is absorbed into the bloodstream. Our homeopathic HCG is manufactured in an FDA registered laboratory in the United States, and is prepared per the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States. It does not require a prescription. HCG injections, on the other hand, must be prescribed by a doctor and are administered by a shot into your muscle tissue. The cost of injections obviously is much higher due to the involvement of the doctor and clinic.

Top major differences between HCG injections and HCG drops:
1. The injections are not considered homeopathic; therefore they require a doctor’s prescription.
2. Because of the prescription, the prices of HCG injections tend to be much higher than the homeopathic HCG drops.
3. The drops do not require refrigeration, making them easier to travel with.
4. Taking 7-10 drops 3 times a day is comparable to about 150 IU of injections.
5. The drops are placed under your tongue. The injections require a painful HCG shot, daily.

hCG Weight Loss Products SA Team said, “hCG Weight Loss Products SA customers prefer the homeopathic option because of their ability to regulate the HCG intake themselves, not make costly trips to the doctor’s office, and eliminate the need for painful injections. Some of our customers came to us after spending thousands at their doctor only to get the same results for a lot less expense.”

When a customer decides to
buy hCG from hCG Weight Loss Products SA, they receive a supply of homeopathic HCG drops, industry specific information on HCG weight loss, meal plans, recipes, email and phone support from health coaches who walk them through the weight loss process and a lot more.

How does HCG help me lose weight?

HCG appears to act on the hypothalamus, signaling the body to release stored fat into the bloodstream where it is then available to be used by the cells for nourishment. This alone will not cause weight loss, though, unless you reduce your food intake. This forces the body to use the mobilized fat from the bloodstream. HCG causes the release of abnormal fat without affecting structural fat and muscle tissue. Which means you lose in those stubborn areas--hips, thighs, buttocks and upper arms!

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