the hCG Weight Loss Drops & Pregnancy Test?

QUESTION: (submitted by Janet W.): "Why do the homeopathic drops not show positive on a pregnancy test? I have read in so many places that since it's a pregnancy hormone it should show positive. But a couple people have posted, saying that they tried it and it shows "not pregnant". If the homeopathic drops are "real" HCG, then why is this happening?"

ANSWER: The reason Homeopathic
HCG drops will not show a positive on a pregnancy test is because of the way homeopathic products are produced. They function on the theory of "like heals like" and that a very small amount of the active ingredient brings about change. True homeopathic products, when tested in a lab, will come back negative for the active ingredient because the amount is so small it can't be measured in lab tests. This has baffled the AMA because time and time again homeopathic products fail in the lab but are very successful when put to work in the human body.

It is also important to know that homeopathics work on frequency of dose NOT amount of dose. This is why taking fewer drops more frequently gives better results than taking more drops less often. To better explain...if you drank the entire bottle of homepathic drops it would be the equivelant of taking one dose. This is why homeopathics are safe for pregnant women and infants. It is also why you rarely see a homeopathic product with a safety lid.

Now, working with the drops, if there is a need to increase dose past 8 drops 6 times daily, I would recommend adding a frequency instead of one more drop. So, I would have someone change to 6 drops 7 times daily first and then add drops if necessary to the new dosing frequency. I would do that because of what I stated in the previous paragraph -- "homeopathics work on frequency of dose NOT amount of dose". Increasing frequency increases the concentration of the dose to a more potent concentration.

Posted on our behalf by Certified Life Coach, Angela Taylor, LCI. She specializes in
HCG Weight Loss.

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