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HCG Mixed...Starting Tomorrow!!! Sooooo excited, nervous, anxious, etc., etc,

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Ok, so I just mixed my hcg for sub-lingual use and it's all ready to go. Gosh, I hope I did it correctly.. I have read so many different variations on how to mix.. what to use, how much to use, what not to use.., blah, blah blah..i just used what I thought would be best and am just hoping I did it correctly. I used the following formula:
1 - 10,000 iu vial of hcg
24 cc of distilled water
6 cc of 80 proof vodka.

Some have said that alcohol make the hcg loose it's potency. However, I read more information on how this is a myth and that alcohol base in homeopathic remedies is required by the FDA as a preservative in liquid formulas. However, mine is not a premixed homeopathic type but one I mixed myself. Does this apply to mixing your own as well? Who knows.

Here is some info I found:
Fact: Alcohol does not kill the hCG in a homeopathic solution. Alcohol has been used for more than 200 years in the manufacturing of homeopathic remedies. In fact, it was originally used by Hahnemann (father of homeopathy).

Alcohol is used as a preservative. It is described in the HPUS (Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of The United Sates) as part of the manufacturing process.

Remedies can be done without alcohol, in plain water, but the stability will be very limited and the expiration date will be very short. Remedies can be done using other preservatives but they are known to decrease the integrity of the original ingredient.

When colloidal silver is used as a preservative, the pH range to protect the product from bacteria is decreased. The product must be refrigerated and used within a short amount of time.

The percentage of alcohol is small ~ 16% or less and the per dose amount is minimal. In 10 drops of homeopathic hCG, not even one drop is alcohol.

All the homeopathic literature (Materia Medica) and provings have been done for 200 years with remedies prepared with alcohol. If the remedies are in another base and with another preservative, will it have the same effect? Is it still the same remedy? Or do the characteristics change when you change the preservative? Nobody knows.

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