Why So-called hCG Drops Are Evil
Posted on April 28, 2011 by RejuveGenics in hCG Diet
Yes, not just fake or a scam, but evil. And here's why:
1. They're not even real hCG
It's illegal to sell hCG without a prescription. Period. So if you're buying it over the counter or off the internet, whatever it is you're buying, you're not buying hCG. And yes, I think that outright lies about a health product equates to evil. Real people are being tricked into wasting their money. Real people end up frustrated and that much more reluctant to try anything else - even the real deal (more about this later).
And it might be one thing if these drops were being sold for a few dollars a bottle, but prices are significantly higher than that, ranging from $39 to $60 a bottle, often with multiple bottles sold as a set! That's a lot of money to get scammed out of.
2. Even real, medical grade hCG can't be absorbed through drops
The hard, indisputable science of sublingual absorbtion says that only molecules smaller than 1675 daltons can absorb through your mouth, gums, toungue, etc. Anything bigger gets swallowed, and hCG is 122X bigger than the limit, meaning it absolutely is NOT absorbed into your blood stream when adminitstered as drops.
Moreover, all hCG that reaches the stomach is instantly broken apart into component molecules and never reaches your blood stream as an intact hormone.
In other words, hCG has to be injected to work, the same way insulin has to be injected to work. Believe me, there are between 11-14 million insulin dependent diabetics in the world and they ALL take their insulin through shots. If there was any way possible to take insulin as a sublingual drop, don't you think some company would already be selling it? Unfortunatley, insulin is 19 times too big for sublingual absorption.
Fake hCG drops are often used as proof that hCG doesn't work
So what happens when your friend tries hCG drops and doesnÃ¢??t lose the weight and ends up feeling miserably hungry on the 500 calorie diet? Does she conclude that JUST the drops are garbage does she assert that hCG doesn't work, both to herself and all her friends and coworkers?
The latter of course. So now, an entire social circle has become convinced of that hCG as in any hCG protocol doesn't work.
And this effect is only amplified with the media, who almost always lump all hCG diets together drops and all and then use the varied results as proof that hCG doesn't do what everyone who has ever tried a legimitate, medical grade, injectable hCG diet knows that it does indeed do: burn up to 1 pound of fat a day directly from your waist, thighs, and butt.
So yes, hCG drops are evil, and friends shouldn't let friends get scammed by them.