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Today I came across with this "hcg homoeoopathic drops" (by dr.simeon) . Googled it and found a large no of site selling this product . And a number of articles claiming it to be AGAINST THE BASIC PRICIPLES OF i was wondering....


1. What is the homoeopathic HCG, has there been any provings of HCG (which possibly i am not aware of ).


2.Does it work? Have you had any experience with it? If so please share.

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I do not have this drug from any company but have prepared from HCG hormone obltained from a laboratory over here. I have tried it in 3 potency but results are still awaited. I have given it to three cases of recurrent abortions due to insufficiency of placenta.

What is this HCG Dr.Rajneesh?  (the expansion please) . Remedy for infertility?

Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin --- HCG

Homeopathy is mainly suffering because of such patents and other magic remedies. Some of the recent attacks by the skeptics were actually highlighting the use of such products. "Homeopathic" sleeping pills and Malaria "preventive" drugs are a few among them. We need to teach the public about the real homeopathy. Let the people know what is real homeopathy. The same trend is there in all systems of medicine. Now Ayurveda is also marketed in the same fashion!

HCG is also available in potentized form maybe in Helios pharmacy. Anyone residing nearby can give the correct information maybe. That is perfectly homoeopathic if it is in potency.
Yeah, if it is available in potentized form with some original provings, we all will surely welcome this remedy.

What I came across was , its use a WEIGHT LOSS DROPS. And no mention of any potency ...nothing at all.

Then I bet it is a patent! No medicine can help gain or reduce weight or height without making the person ill.
Mostly it is a patent product with names of some homeopathic medicines. Usually, they do not write the original formulation, but mention some names related with obesity such as phytolacca berry, calc carb, capsicum, etc.

is that right? The original contents are different than written.


Usually, most of the companies do not disclose the secret formulations, but for the sake of getting a drug licence, writing the name of contents is mandatory.
Really?  I didn't know that!!


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