Human chorionic gonadotropin hCG is marketed as a wonder drug that can benefit your healt in countless ways from increased libido to weight loss. What then is this ground breaking drug all about? It is supposedly extracted from the urine and blood of pregnant women, but are there other sources?
""Take a "natural" hormone the body makes during pregnancy -- and lose a lot of weight? That's the promise that's turned the hCG Diet -- named after that hormone -- into a craze that just won't quit. If you also go on an ultra-low-calorie diet, backers claim, hCG can “reset your metabolism” so you lose as much as a pound a day without feeling hungry or weak.""
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"Placenta extracts have been utilized in a variety of clinical indications, including wound healing where the growth factors, amino acids, and angiogenic-promoting agents have proven to be beneficial."
"Some 55 years ago, English physician ATW Simeons proposed to treat obesity by administering human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). Simeons’ protocol involves a combination of up to 6 weeks of a daily low-dose hCG injection and a very-low-calorie-diet (500 kcal per day). Early hCG clinical trials showed mixed results for weight loss; however, in recent decades several randomized controlled trials demonstrated that hCG was no better than placebo, and experts concluded that hCG has no merit for weight loss. Thus, the use of hCG for weight loss is discouraged by legitimate clinicians who treat obese patients."
Placentas obtained immediately after delivery from mothers were packed in ice, brought to the
laboratory, and processed. The process includes treatment with chemicals, NaCl and acetone, filtering and drying. The resulting powder was 13.5 ±0.3% of the wet weight of the placenta.
Is hCG a good business?
A one month kit from hCG injections contains 5000IU (500mg) of hCG and costs $140. That is $280/g or $8600 per ounce, five times the price of gold. Now would the good people in the Planned Parenthood let the valuable aborted placentas go to waste? When there are Lamborghinis to buy and dinner parties in classy restaurants to pay it would seem highly unlikely. And don't forget the luxury apartments and the darker side of belonging to the "elite". The ostentably lofty ideals to help the poor young women who got pregnant are well compensated in the bloody extracts of the fetus and the placenta. But the philantrophists deserve to get some butter on their slice of bread, won't they?