March 16, 2010

Day 16 - Where to Buy HCG Supplies

Today's weight: 235.0 lbs

Now that you know where to buy your HCG, you need to know where to buy the rest of the supplies you'll need.  You have a two options:

Option 1: Buy a "mixing & injection kit."  These are being sold on many different websites that mention anything HCG.  A mixing kit can get a little pricey depending on where you buy them, I've seen them range from $73 to $48 (for a 45 day injection kit).  The advantage of buying one of these kits is that you'll get all the materials you need for your HCG diet.  This might not sound like a big deal, but if you buy everything yourself you have to deal with multiple vendors, so you're paying a bit extra for the convenience.  Personally, I like to save what money I can, so I did not buy one of these kits and I don't regret it at all.  However, Elicea and I will be selling these kits when the HCG website is complete for a much cheaper price with a very thin profit margin (enough to cover our hosting fees).

Here is what a general kit will include and what you'll need to do the HCG diet:

Option 2: Buy everything yourself.  This is what I did and what I recommend doing because it will save you money.  It will take a bit more planning and patience, but should be worth it.  And lucky for you I've already done the work and found sources for all materials needed (which I might add was quite a pain).  The only real problem with this option is that the syringes/needles you buy will be in bulk (a box of 100), but this is still much cheaper than the alternative.  So here is the list with links:
  • Sterile vials: ResearchSupply.net - Make sure you get the 20ml vials and order enough to cover your entire diet.  For two people taking a 175iu daily dose on the 45 day plan, I needed 3 vials.  They're very cheap, so it is better to have more than come up short while on your diet.
  • Syringes/Needles for daily injections: AllegroMedical.com - This website is great, you can buy a lot of medical supplies here for an extremely cheap price.  There is a big variety of syringes/needles, so make sure you know what you need before you buy a box.
  • Bigger Syringes for easier mixing (optional): AllegroMedical.com - Same source as above.  This is optional because it will make life easier, but will cost a bit extra.  I bought three of the 20ml syringes and a box of only needles to go with them (yes, overkill on the needles, but they're still cheap).  The only purpose of these is to make mixing easier, so they're optional.
  • Sterile wipes: AllegroMedical.com - Again, same source as the previous two.  You'll need these every time you do an injection and mix, so just about everyday.  We use three a day, one to sterilize the vial and one on each of our arms.
  • Bacteriostatic water: Evotrition.com - This water is used to make the HCG solution. This website is by far the cheapest I found and it arrived in about a week.
As you can see, we have 3 sources for the HCG supplies.  Add 1 more for the actual HCG and you're getting everything from 4 sources.  Finding all of them for a low price was quite a challenge and I can understand why people would just buy an overpriced HCG kit.  The choice is yours.


Today's menu was very simple again, chicken and radishes for both lunch and dinner.  Yum!

2 comments:

Purchase HCG Online said...

Hello,

One of the most important things about the HCG diet is actually having the HCG! So where can you buy HCG? You have a two options: The first option is to go to a local clinic that does HCG. The second option is what I'm doing and probably the reason you're reading this. Buy your HCG online. Thanks a lot...

Mars Mith said...

The HCG diet is such a drastic change for most people, it is crucial that you understand and follow the proper HCG diet protocol.
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