Have you heard of HCG? Otherwise known as human chorionic gonadotropin or “pregnancy hormones” this powerful injection is gaining in popularity and is prized by users for its weight-loss potential.
If you’re new to the world of HCG, mixing and administering your own injections might seem intimidating. But it doesn’t have to be!
In this article, we’ll break down the recipe and steps to make HCG mixing simple – even if you’re trying it for the first time. Keep reading for all the details.
Before mixing your HCG, you’ll need to collect these basic supplies:
- 5000iu of HCG, in powder or tablet form – usually in a glass ampoule
- Large syringe to mix your solution
- 10ml sterile vial
- Bacteriostatic water
- Alcohol swabs
Once you have all of these items and ingredients ready, set up a sterile work station with good lighting. Then, you’re ready to get started with mixing!
Not sure where to buy an item or two from the list? No worries. Take a look here for all the supplies you’ll need.
HCG Mixing Instructions
This recipe is for usually used HCG solution. But, it’s not the only option out there.
If, for example, you’re using 2000iu, follow these similar directions, but scaled down.
You’ll just add 1ml of bacteriostatic water to the vial. After that, add 1 ml more of water to the glass ampoule. When you buying your HCG supplies, either from doctor’s office or a pharmacy, you can inquire about which chart and measurements to use, as well as syringe size.
HCG Mixing Made Easy
Now that you know a bit about HCG mixing, you’re probably feeling excited to get started. Keep this article as a guide for a worry-free first-time experience!
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