Homeopathic hCG Drops
Homeopathy Medicine and the science behind homeopathic hCG drops is an Alternative Medicine based on an entirely different healing methodology than conventional allopathic medicine.
Homeopathy (also spelled homoeopathy or homœopathy) is a form of alternative medicine that aims to treat the whole person, mainly by strengthening the bodies ability to heal itself. It was first proposed by German physician Samuel Hahnemann in 1796, in which practitioners use highly diluted preparations prepared with a particular "potentializing" or activation-shaking procedure. Hand "Successed" refers to this activation being done by hand.
Logarthimic potency scales are on the label. 1:1 is an undiluted tincture of the source substance, 1X is 1:10, 2X is 1 part per hundred, and 12X is 1 part per trillion etc. Sometimes you will also see potency listed using the Centesimal scale, where 1C refers to 1:100 ratios. The level of dilution does not necessarily correspond to strength but rather to the difference in their levels of action in the body. For example, more dilute the substances (i.e. the higher on the dilution scale) the more appropriate it is for more general conditions, while lower dilutions are suitable for local symptoms.
For example, in this brand of homeopathic hCG drops (which are the drops we used to achieve our fat loss, and the same that is available for purchase on our site), the listed Active Ingredients are:
The numbers refer to the number of times the original hCG substance was micro-diluted and succussed. Each level of dilution according to homeopathic principals has a slightly different electromagnetic energy signature, which interacts with the various cells in the body differently.
The higher the number, the more times the source hCG has been diluted and put through the succession activation process. So by making a combination remedy that includes potencies of 6x, 12x, 30x, 60x, the remedy will have a slightly broader spectrum effect than one with just 30x. Although some people resonate best with one particular potency, all things considered, a broad spectrum offers "curative" benefits for both local and general symptoms, which in this case refers to "curing" the underlying causes of the local and general symptoms of excess fat deposit.
What is the basis of Homeopathic Medicine?
The term “homeopathy” is derived from the Greek words homeo (similar) and pathos (suffering or disease). The cornerstone of Homeopathic Medicine is the Law of Similars, which can be simplified to, "what makes a man ill can cure him". To put it another way it is the belief that a substance in large doses will produce symptoms of a specific disease, but in extremely small doses will cure it.
Homeopathy is also based on the premise that if the symptoms of a disease are suppressed by overpowering them with conventional medication, the cause of the disease goes deeper and begins to manifest itself in more disease. This naturally flies in the face of mainstream medicine and often draws their criticism.
Although, even with sophisticated scientific technology now available, analytical chemists may find it difficult or impossible to identify any active ingredient in the homeopathic hCG drops, however the homeopath belief is that the substance has left its imprint, or a spirit-like, life-force essence that stimulates the body's systems to heal themselves.
The reason most commonly offered today by homeopathic practitioners is the homeopathic hCG drops solution has a “memory” of the original substance. What is this memory? Homeopaths believe it is electromagnetic force of the active ingredient it was made from. They say that vigorous "successing" between each dilution activates this memory and makes it accessible to the body's cells.
Homeopathy then and now
Homeopathic remedies and their ratios were formulated over time from exhaustive "provings", which today would be called clinical trials. Thousands of Homeopathic Colleges have sprung up since its inception in the 1800's, and although homeopathy has waned and waxed over the years today (and since the 1970's) it is experiencing a resurgence, as are most alternative therapies.
Today Bach Flower Remedies are a very popular type of homeopathic flower tincture that deals with emotional healing by enhancing vital life force, or "vibrational energy". More mainstream examples of popular homeopathic medicines in use today are Zicam Cold Remedy, containing 2X (1:100) zinc gluconate, and Airborne (cold and flu prevention) containing herbal extracts, amino acids, antioxidants and vitamins. Both remedies, although popular and in everyday use, have drawn criticism and even lawsuits from critics who believe they are not clinically viable.
Is Homeopathic hCG safe?
Micro-dosed highly diluted homeopathic medicines are considered safe and have no known side effects or contraindications. This is one of the reasons that is maintains its popularity with the general public. Homeopathic remedies can be safely taken with other conventional medicines and are sometimes recommended to complement other treatments.
Homeopathic medicines, such as homeopathic hcg drops, are considered safe enough to be classified by the FDA as "over the counter" drugs (more on this in a minute). Though homeopathy itself has been criticized by established medicine for being biologically implausible, or being inconsistent with the observable dose-response observations of conventional medicine, or for simply putting patients at risk due to advice against mainstream medicine such as vaccinations and antibiotics.
The regulation and prevalence of homeopathy is highly variable from country to country. There are no specific legal regulations concerning its use in some countries, while in others, licenses or degrees in conventional medicine from accredited universities are required. In several countries, homeopathy is covered by the national insurance coverage to different extents, while in some it is fully integrated into the national health care system. In many countries, the laws that govern the regulation and testing of conventional drugs do not apply to homeopathic remedies.
In the United States hemeopathic hCG drops come under the authority of the Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act of 1938, which includes the guidelines of the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeaia of the United States (HPUS, and homeopathic hCG drops strength standards labeling, purity and packaging fall under the jurisdiction of the the FDA.
However, because of its micro dilution the FDA considers homeopathic hcg drops to be in the same classification as "over the counter" medicines, and as such it does not does not regulate it in the same way it regulates prescription medicines.
In addition to its convenient non-prescription availability, sublingual homepathic hCG drops offer numerous other advantages as well, including affordability, convenience of use, safety and effectiveness.