Oral HCG has become a godsend for folks who object to the hassle of injections. It does have some difficulties, though. These are overcome by the new form of HCG as pills.
Sublingual HCG is easy to use if you count the drops exactly. If you do not do so, then the dosage will not be correct and the supply will run out too soon. This has been a common problem. Feeling exactly 5 drops is not easy for everyone. Counting out the drops in the mirror is the surest way to get the right number.
Many people also travel with their HCG drops. This causes a problem with keeping the supply cold so it won’t degrade too fast.
The good news is that a new pill form, which is actually a pellet, eliminates both of these problems. Each pellet contains exactly one dose for two doses per day. The dry form of the pellet requires no refrigeration, so it is easily stored on a counter top and it can be taken on trips without a cooler.
Where to Get Oral HCG Pills
They are not widely available yet, and I won’t have them for purchase here until I know there will be sufficient demand for them. This may be sooner than later. They do cost about a third more than the sublingual form, which is the only drawback. If enough visitors here ask for them or about how to get them (comment here), I will be glad to provide them to you.
By the way, just to be clear, the sublingual and pellet forms of HCG that I refer to are measured in IU, which indicates the concentration of the hormone (e.g., 30-day supply is 12000 IU). I say this so that you will not be confused by the commonly available oral HCG products that are homeopathic.