This is a great option for those of us who are scared to administer
shots to ourselves. For those people doubting the sublingual version,
Dr. Belluscio (Simeons predecessor) created the original oral hCG and uses it
for his patients in Argentina. The dosage is higher because it is
absorbed differently into the body (sublingually we absorb 50% of substances
as opposed to 95% absorption in injections). Many people, including us, have
had great success on this version of the hCG. Another benefit of the
sublingual version is that there are no immunity issues, meaning you can use
the sublingual version for more than 43 days without a problem. The negative
aspect is you need to buy more hCG due to the higher dosage, which ultimately
costs more money.
Due to a patent pending formula, it is illegal to provide mixing instructions
on the world wide web. If you are interested in such instructions,
please email firstname.lastname@example.org
and we can direct you to the source. We must note, however, that it is
incorrect and dangerous to give people this kind of information without first
visiting a physician. hCG is a prescription drug and it is advised that
people should not be try this at home on their own. Many doctors
nationwide use a sublingual version of hCG. For a list of providers,
please visit here.
of Gloria (to entirely understand this process, please email email@example.com)
might think it strange that I used alcohol, but it's commonly used when
making a tincture in
herbology. The desirable qualities of some herbs can only be extracted by
using alcohol. Also, I believe the alcohol will have a preservative effect,
too. The small amount of alcohol acts to improve
absorbability and doesn't have any effect on your system at that small of a
dosage. The B12 mix just helps augment your supplements intake level.
(You can use any little bottle, but an amber glass bottle is recommended in
the making of tinctures, too, as exposure to sunlight, etc., can be damaging
to the efficacy of formulations. The dark color of the bottle acts to protect
the ingredients inside.)
I did not worry about pH levels when I originally posted the first version of
the recipe, but Iím doing further research about that. Iíve counted on the
formulation of the B12 complex, already intended to be taken sublingually, to
have a pH level which would not be adversely affected by the addition of the
hCG or the small amount of alcohol. As I say, Iím doing further research as
I originally ordered the B12 complex from Amazon
but you can get B12 sublingual liquid from any
good vitamins and supplements website.
For accurate dosing, I ordered what is called a Slip-Tip Disposable
Tuberculin Syringes in a 1 ml size (a syringe with no needle, but with
accurate markings on the sides) and, using a chemical-proof marking pen,
marked the .5 mLs dosage on the syringe. You open the bottle, dip the syringe
in, pull up to the .5 mL line, and squirt under the tongue. Hold there as
long as you can and then, okay to swallow. That's your dose, twice a day. I
space my dosings approx. 12 hours apart (i.e., 7:30 a.m. when I get up and
7:30 p.m. for the 2nd dose).
I mixed the hCG inside its ampoule by using a hypodermic needle I have to
squirt the alcohol into the ampoule. (I originally got the hypo for
re-filling my fountain pen cartridges. Don't worry, I treated everything in a
sterile fashion!) I then used the hypodermic needle to extract the
reconstituted hCG from the ampoule and then to inject it into the 15 ml
bottle of the mix. I'm sure you lose a little of the hCG just because of some
clinging to the hypo, etc., but I would still estimate the IUs are pretty
accurate, all things considered.
I believe, too, that, because you're taking it sublingually, you don't need
to be as sterile as with an
injection, so, this could be easier for a lot of people who might want to try
this method. This is not to be taken that you can be sloppy while doing
this--you should always have as clean a mixing situation as you can and use
precautions to prevent contamination.
You will get eyed with suspicion if you try to get a syringe from the
pharmacy at your local store but if you look in the baby section, they have
rubber-topped (squeeze bulb), plastic tubes with mL markings which can be
substituted for a syringe. I like the syringe better for dosing, but
something from the baby section can be substituted.
If you Google "slip tip disposable tuberculin syringe" you can find
them individually. They are used for hand-feeding baby birds so you can find
them at pet supply websites.
One other note: I believe you could probably do the above with just distilled
water, alcohol, and
hCG, too, but I haven't tried that. Besides, the B12 complex is good for you!
In our opinion, the "best" way to create the sublingual hCG is by
using three liquids: B12, alcohol, and bacteriostatic water. It is our
opinion that the bacteriostatic water helps keep the hCG to maintain its
potency for about 30 days (rather than using distilled water). If you
are using a 1500 ampoule, potency should not be an issue, but if you are
using 5000 or 10000, you really should consider using bacteriostatic water.
You can buy the bac-water from any of the places listed here.
If you want an exact "recipe" for the sublingual version using all
three liquids, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org .
It is very clear and helpful for those who like exact step by step
instructions. Thank you Paula for creating such clear, precise instructions.
We personally think sublingual is the best method for this diet. You don't
have to stick yourself with a needle (and fear mistakes); the cost of
supplies is incredibly less, and there will be no worries about how deep the
needle was placed and/or if any hCG leaked out of the injection
location. We think the sublingual method is more practical, cheaper
(even though you need to buy more hCG), and safer.
Make sure you hold the dose under your tongue for 15-30 minutes; then swallow
the rest. The purpose of holding it in your mouth for so long is for it
to absorb into your blood stream via the mucous membranes in your mouth under
your tongue. Try to refrain from swallowing while the liquid is under
2. If you are experiencing hunger, try to take your dose 30 minutes before
you eat especially in the evening. If you wait to take it until after you
eat, you can start feeling hungry probably because of the sorbitol in the B12
sublingual. (A type of sweetener). Also eat your fruits first then your meal
The natural sugars in the apple can cause hunger.
3. Do NOT freeze the hCG; instead wrap it in foil to keep light out and store
in the refrigerator.
4. FOR SUBLINGUAL ONLY: You can use the same "syringe" for dosages.
Make sure you run water through it after every use and store it in a plastic
bag until your next dose , as the alcohol in the mixture will get it sticky
if you don't. However, the syringe used for mixing should not be reused.
5. Make sure your mouth is clean (i.e. brush your teeth before you take the
6. Don't drink anything before or after for at least 15 minutes.
If you are having trouble holding the mixture under your tongue for 15
minutes you can tilt your head slightly forward and keep yourself busy (do
the dishes, read emails, etc.)
Something to simplify the measurement of the morning and evening doses:
a spray bottle used for HgH which exactly measures .25 mL with each