Colleen posted about this also...
Here was my response..
I haven't seen the new packaging for HCG Platinum X-30. The old product had Homeopathic hcg in the label and showed the dilutions. They have at least two other products that are marketed with the name HCG but are actually just amino acids. Someone was told that they pulled the old product because the new product (which they claimed would be the same formula) is now marketed with Carmen Electra on the packaging.
There's been a few threads about the NiGen Biotech Drops that both GNC and Walgreens are selling. They are marketed as "The HCG Solution". It's false advertising as far as I'm concerned. They are ALL FAKE.
If you are looking for REAL homeopathic hcg drops, they must have HCG listed in the ingredients, as well as something like, "3x, 6x, 9x, 12x, 20x, 30x" An example of these are the Triumph 40 drops on hcgdiet.com. A lot of people are losing weight using these just fine.
The only two legitimate brands that exist right now for REAL hcg drops are:
- Triumph has homeopathic hcg drops.
- Nu Image has Rx hcg drops.
As for the GNC HCG Drops that are fake, I'm directing people away from them as much as possible. There are a few who are almost done with their round and have such terrible losses, it's a shame they wasted the month on bad hcg. Now I'm wondering about how their P3 is going to go.
Time will tell