Guest Writer Regina (EweWho) • My HCG Journey Newsletter • October, 2008
came onto the HCG Scene, there was only one way to get the “official
commercial” HCG sublingual formula, and that was to purchase the
product through Millinium Medical Spa, located in Newport Beach,
CA. Nine years ago the clinic began using their sublingual
HCG formula, named Releana, on patients wanting to lose excess
weight. Releana is only available through the Orange County
clinic or one of their dispensing doctors located across the United
was a plethora of information out there on the Internet from people
that were experimenting with their own sublingual formulas. Most
of those early sublingual inventors were using information found on the
patent website regarding the Releana patent application; other
sublingual users were mixing up whatever they thought should go into an
oral mix. I decided to take matters into my own hands and
experiment with my own concoction.
started the HCG Protocol with injections, but switched after two weeks
because I was getting too many bruises. I was also curious to see
how sublingual HCG worked.
batch was made with the standard recipe making the rounds at the
time. It was a mix of alcohol, water, and sublingual B12. I
noticed it was difficult to keep the mixture under my tongue for any
length of time because I would salivate. A physician in the
support group I belonged to said that B12 isn’t needed, nor is it
necessary in most people. He mentioned that it would be better to
simply use equal amounts of alcohol and water. I decided to try
leaving the B12 out. I had success, along with a host of people
that I have helped with the protocol offline. I have come to the
conclusion that you need nothing but Alcohol and Water when mixing a
sublingual HCG formula.
alcohol serves two purposes: one, to aid in absorption, and two,
to act as a preservative.
came up with the simple formula of using 5 ml of water and 5 ml of
alcohol with 5,000 IU HCG vials. Using this formula makes it very
simple to change your dose without having to change the solution.
mixing instructions are as follows:
- DO NOT
USE RUBBING ALCOHOL! Rubbing Alcohol is poisonous when taken
internally! Just use good distilled liquor (rum, vodka, gin, etc.) This
acts as a preservative and aids in absorption, so don’t omit it. You
will not taste it.
hCG – it is
best to use 5,000 IU when making sublingual. The potency will last
about 30 days, or more.
Blue glass bottle – get
this at a health food store or a compounding pharmacy. The smaller it
is, the better (10 ml is best). You will only be putting two teaspoons
of liquid in it.
taking your dose) – The best is an insulin syringe. Try to get one that
you can remove the needle from the tip. You can use any size, I
just prefer the .3 cc/ml.
drawing the water and alcohol.
1. In a
small (10-15 ml) amber/blue glass bottle mix:
5,000 IU vial, use:
water (can be tap water or bottled water, whatever you have on hand)
1,500 IU vial use:
will give you 500 IU per ml. With either mixture you will use the
dose as listed below the mixing instructions.)
up 5 ml/cc of alcohol and put it into the amber/blue bottle.
3. Open vial. Make sure you use something like an alcohol swab or a
tissue to cover it to snap the neck so you don’t cut yourself.
Set the vial aside.
4. Draw up 5 ml/cc of water. Slowly inject some of the water into the
vial. It doesn’t matter how much you inject into the vial, you are just
making the powder into a solution. Put the rest of the water into
the amber/blue bottle with the alcohol.
5. Swirl the vial to mix. The powder is highly soluble and will mix
6. Hold the vial upside down over the amber/blue bottle and put your
syringe into the neck of the vial and draw out the solution. If you
spill any, it will go into the bottle. Make sure you get every drop out
of the vial.
7. Swirl the amber/blue bottle to mix.
8. Store solution in the refrigerator, away from the front if
possible. Do NOT store in the door as this part of the fridge is
usually not as cold as the interior.
To use the solution, draw up the following amount for each dose.
Remember, you will be taking your dose twice daily.
.1 cc (or 10 on an insulin syringe) = 50 IU per dose, 100 IU daily
.15 cc (or 15 on an insulin syringe) = 75 IU per dose, 150 IU daily
.2 cc (or 20 on an insulin syringe) = 100 IU per dose, 200 IU daily
.25 cc (or 25 on an insulin syringe) = 125 IU per dose, 250 IU daily
.3 cc (or 30 on an insulin syringe) = 150 IU per dose, 300 IU daily
The maximum dose is 333 IU per day. I personally haven’t seen anyone
who needs this amount. Most need 250 maximum. If you feel that 300 IU isn’t doing the
job, mix your next batch as follows:
Use 3.75 ml water and 3.75 ml alcohol for your solution, using part of
the water to mix the powder into a solution.
Draw .25 cc (25 on an insulin syringe) solution each dose. This will
give you 166.6 IU each dose. 333 IU daily.
Be careful though,
because too much hCG will cause the same effects as not enough, slow or
no weight loss.
Some people have a difficult time locating the different supplies
needed to mix on their own. If this is where you find yourself,
then please consider purchasing the Sublingual
Starter Kit – it has everything you need to get started with HCG
(except the HCG itself) – plus an awesome MANUAL that will give you all
the information you need to make your experience with the HCG Protocol
• My HCG Journey Newsletter • October, 2008