There has been a lot of talk and comparison between homeopathic and non-homeopathic HCG drops over the last couple of months. Needless to say, there is a lot of consider when making your choice and one of those, if not the most important, is what type of drop you want to purchase. Understanding the differences between homeopathic and non-homeopathic drops is one of the most important distinctions you can make as the two require very different diets and understanding will help you understand which HCG drops to buy.

Let’s get started with injections. HCG Injections are only offered by medical professionals (for fairly obvious reasons). These don’t work like HCG Drops. You meet with your doctor every couple of weeks and they inject you with the hormone. It can be argued that this is the most effective method, however based on the results that I’ve found online, there doesn’t seem to be much deviation between the injections and the HCG drops in regards to the effectiveness of weight loss. There is also much more maintenance involved with the injections as you are frequently under doctor supervision and maintaining appointments through the entire ordeal. Granted, this isn’t a lot of time, but this is time you could save by using the HCG drops instead.

Injections are out of the way, let’s discuss homeopathic HCG Drops. Homeopathic HCG Drops are an pure extracted form of the drop that has been diluted typically between 60-120 times for consumption. The ingestion method is typically to hold the drops under the tongue for about 2 minutes 30-45 minutes prior to eating. This method does change depending on the type of HCG drops that you are using. The diets typically range in the 500 calorie per day range and have an appetite suppresser in them. These drops work by having the hormone actually participate in daily operations in your cells. After the standard 30 day protocol, it is advised to wait 1-2 months before repeating the protocol.

Non-homeopathic HCG drops are a synthetic blend of HCG. These drops are diluted 1-5 times on average and contain 0% of real HCG in them. So why use them? These work in the same fashion as the homeopathic drops except instead of having the hormone physically in your blood cells, it stimulated the hypothalamus of the brain to tell your blood cells to operate as if the hormone was present. This process means that there is no immunity build up over time and they can be taken back-to-back if you desire. Additionally, these drops also allow for 1000-1500 calories per day depending on whether you are a male or female.

So which one should you choose? There really is no clear winner. From everything I’ve seen and heard, everyone who has taken homeopathic has had the same success as those on non-homeopathic. Both have the appetite suppressant so there’s never been issues of hunger unless the drops just haven’t worked (which is possible, like any product). What’s the long and short? It doesn’t matter. That might provide some piece of mind, so my only piece of advice is this: choose whichever one has the more reputable and supportive company. Hope your search for buying HCG drops just became a bit less worrying!