When HCG Gets Broken Down So Many Times Until There's Almost None Of It Left, Can You Still Really Call It HCG?
Every once in a great while I come up with an idea for a funny way to introduce a topic for a blog post -- Well guess what, today is one of those days.
Now I'm sure that all of you remember when Prince, the musician, changed his name to a symbol back in June 1993. But because the symbol was unpronounceable everybody was forced to refer to him as the artist formerly known as Prince.
Well today I decided that everyone should start referring to Homeopathic HCG, or HHCG as some call it, as the hormone formerly known as HCG.
Here's why -- Because basically homeopathic HCG is really nothing more than a microscopic amount of HCG mixed with water. So in other words, it's just a bottle of water.
Here's the thing, if you dilute HCG so much to where there is almost no HCG left, you really can't call it HCG can you!
On top of that, the FDA states that any product containing HCG, no matter how small the amount, it should not be labeled as a Homeopathic drug.
So if the HHCG Drops don't contain enough HCG to be called HCG - And the FDA won't allow the HHCG Companies to call their product a Homeopathic Drug, then what are you supposed to call it?
read more: The Hormone Formerly Known As HCG