Daily Dosing Amounts when mixing 5,000 IUs of hCG with 10 ml (10 cc) of sterile water (for “premixed” hcg – you will add only 9 ml of sterile water)
125 IUs daily = 25 units
150 IUs daily = 30 units
175 IUs daily = 35 units
200 IUs daily = 40 units
Daily Dosing Amounts when mixing 5,000 IUs of hCG with 5 ml (5 cc) of sterile water (for “premixed” hcg – you would add another 4ml of water)
125 IUs daily = 12.5 units
150 IUs daily = 15 units
175 IUs daily = 17.5 units
200 IUs daily = 20 units
Written Directions for mixing and injecting hCG
Here are directions for mixing each 5,000 IU vial of hCG. Make sure that you only mix one at a time and do not mix it until you are ready to start your first injection on your first gorging day. Use that vial of mixed hCG up completely before mixing the second one.
Make sure you are working on a sterile surface and do not touch your needle back to any surface after you start, to keep it sterile. Remove the plastic tab lid off of the Sodium Chloride water (30 ml container with the lime green lid) and off the hCG (you will see powder or what looks like a small white tablet in the bottom of the very small hCG vial). Then clean the tops of the sterile vial (sterile vial has a shiny green metal lid with a rubber stopper in the center), the water and the hCG with an alcohol wipe. **Descriptions of the bottles are based on what is in my Dosing Kits**
Pull up the plunger on your large mixing syringe to 1 ml. Then put the needle into the water and inject the air into the water. Then immediately pull out 1 ml of water. (It works best if you put the bottle upside down, with the needle underneath the bottle and pull the water out). Inject that water into the vial of hCG slowly and then withdraw 1 ml of air from the hCG vial, being careful not to draw out any of the liquid. Then roll the hCG vial between your two hands to completely reconstitute the hCG, with out shaking. This avoids adding too many air bubbles.
Draw out the liquid hCG, using your mixing syringe again. Hold the hCG vial upside down and needle underneath the hCG, with just barely the tip of the needle into the bottle, so that you can get out all the hCG. Then, inject that 1 ml of liquid hCG into your sterile mixing vial. Repeat the last step of adding 1 ml of water into the empty vial of hCG and drawing out 1 ml of air. Then roll the vial in your hands again. (This step is just to insure that you got all the hCG out of the vial.) Then draw out this 1 ml of water from the hCG vial and put it into your sterile mixing vial, with the other 1 ml of liquid hCG.
Now you have 2 ml of liquid hCG in your sterile mixing vial. Pull up the plunger on your mixing syringe to the 3 ml line. Inject that air into the water container. Then immediately pull out 3 ml of water. (use the same method of the bottle upside down and your needle underneath, when you draw out the water.) Inject that 3 ml of water into the liquid hCG in the sterile mixing vial. Now you should have a total of 5 ml liquid hCG in your sterile mixing vial. You need a total of 10 ml of the water, so repeating the steps above, you will add 3 ml again and then 2 ml, to get a total of 10 ml water added to your hCG. Roll your liquid hCG between your hands to mix. Do not shake so that you do not add too many air bubbles. Some people worry about the air bubbles when injecting. It is almost impossible to avoid any air bubbles when you are drawing the liquid hCG into your diabetic syringe for daily injections. This is one reason why I tell people to inject into fat, rather than intramuscular. After your hCG is mixed, you will want to take a small piece of tin foil and completely cover the glass part of the vial and always keep in the fridge. Avoid the door of the fridge, since the temperature changes there each time you open the fridge door. Take the vial out only when you draw out your daily injection and promptly put it back into the fridge.
Your first injection is to be started on your first day of gorging on fatty foods. You must inject the hCG on both gorging days, so that when you start the low calorie diet on the third day, the hCG is fully into your system and your body is ready to begin the low calorie diet. You should inject your hCG each morning at the approximately the same time each day. When you wake up in the morning, you should first use the restroom. Then take your daily weight and then do your injection.
To prepare your daily injection, you will need to know what daily dose you have decided to start with. This will determine how much liquid hCG to inject daily. You will want to stay between 125 – 200 IUs daily. I usually recommend starting at 150 IUs and then going up to the next step, if you still feeling hungry after a few days. The diabetic syringes in my kits are 1 cc, which equals 100 units.
Based on the mixture above of 10 ml of the water added to a 5,000 IU vial of hCG, here are the doses.
125 IUs = 25 units
150 IUs = 30 units
175 IUs = 35 units
200 IUs = 40 units
With each injection, you should use a new alcohol swab and clean the top of the sterile mixing vial and your skin where you intend to give the injection. Put the 1/2 inch diabetic needle into the center of the rubber stopper on the sterile vial with the liquid hCG. Turn the vial of hCG upside down, with the needle underneath it to make it easier to get hCG without air bubbles. (You will usually see a very small air bubble inside your syringe above the black stopper. This is normal and very difficult to get rid of completely.) I usually draw out more than my daily dose and then push the plunger back in, until you get back to the right number of units for your dosage. This should help get rid of most of the air bubbles.
I recommend injecting into a roll of fat. You will want to pinch as big of a section of fat as you can. This makes the injection easier and helps to keep it painless. I inject on my stomach below my belly button, about an inch or two to the left or right, alternating sides each day. Some people would rather sit down and inject into a thigh, or the fatty part of the back of the arm. You may find that you are less sensitive in one area over another. After using the alcohol swab, allow the area of your skin to dry, so that the alcohol doesn’t burn when you do the injection. Put the 1/2 inch diabetic needle straight into your skin, not an an angle. Then slowly inject the hCG. Once in a while you may get a small dot of blood, or a small sensitive red spot where you injected. If you find that to be a sensitive area, just inject somewhere else after that. It may sound daunting at first, but you will be a pro after a few days!