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Applying Nova Patches

Applying Nova Patches

Our patch is as thin as a piece of paper, they are adhesive and you wear it for three days then change for a new patch. They are plastic & latex-free and are of a medical-grade adhesive, they are also alcohol-free so are halal and kosher compliant.
With care, you can wear them in the shower and swimming.

1st Placement: Open the sealed sterile envelope and take out 1 sheet, gently peel a patch off with the tip of your fingernail.
Place the patch on clean and dry skin (no moisturizer, tanning cream, and powder, oil, not damp from the shower or sweaty) and press very firmly.

Do not take the patch off to reposition it will not stick a second time.

Place the patch under the bra line. Take care when taking off clothes so you don’t pull the patch off.

After shower or swimming press patch firmly with a dry towel. Do not rub.

Our patches are not meant to be as sticky or as strongly stuck on as a band-aid as you need to change them twice a week, they are gentle but do stay stuck very well – so treat them with respect and they will stay stuck.

We believe we have found the correct amount of adhesive to achieve this but also to not cause irritation when it’s time to change the patch.

All patches come in a sealed, sterile envelope. Store them in a sealed bag to maintain potency.

 

Jen , Nova-Hart Homeopathic

 

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Veggies and Salads

Cucumber Apple Salad
1/2 or 1 chopped apple
1 sliced cucumber
1 tbsp. apple cider vinegar
1tbsp water. Garlic, salt and pepper
Stevia for sweetness(optional)

Chop apple and thinly slice cucumber. Combine vinegar and water. Season with garlic salt, pepper and stevia to taste, pour over salad.

Turkey Salad
1/2 cup of turkey breast
1/2 sliced peeled cucumber
1/2 chopped fresh grapefruit
1/4 cup sliced celery
sliced onion
1/2 lemon
Salt, pepper and cumin to taste.

Grill Turkey breast with seasoning until no longer pink and juices run clear. Remove from grill and cool. Cut turkey into bite-size pieces. Toss together all other ingredients and add turkey.

Radish Salad
Radishes sliced, lemon juice. 1 minced onion. Salt/pepper.
1 tbsp parsley. 1-2 tsp liquid aminos (like soy sauce from health food shop or online).
In bowl, combine all ingredients and refrigerate 30 mins to 1 hr before serving.

Strawberry Chicken Salad
1/2 cup lettuce
1/2 cup Chicken
1/2 cup Strawberries, sliced
Sweet N Sour Vinaigrette Dressing [see recipe in sauces]

Grill, bake or steam fry chicken. Slice into bite sized pieces. Put lettuce in bowl with sliced strawberries, put chicken in and toss. Drizzle with Sweet N Sour Vinaigrette, salt, pepper and herbs as desired. Toss till lettuce is coated.

Slaw – red and green
2 cups shredded cabbage (red and green), celery and carrot.
Dressing: 3 tbsp. apple cider vinegar. 3 tbsp. of lemon juice. 3 tbsp. of water
Add to taste: salt & pepper, dried shallots, garlic powder, onion salt, chives, dried cilantro, parsley, basil. Add stevia for sweetness (plain or Valencia orange) start with 1 drop and add to taste.

Add dressing to salad, toss and chill.

Chopped Crunchy Salad
Chop up cabbage, apple, cucumber, onion, celery, and cooked/cooled asparagus (optional)
Add Dressing, toss and chill.

Dressing: 3 tbsp. apple cider vinegar. 3 tbsp. lemon juice. 3 tbsp. water
Add to taste: salt & pepper, dried shallots, garlic powder, onion salt, chives, dried cilantro, parsley, basil. Add stevia (plain or Valencia orange) start with 1 drop and add to taste.

Citrus Tomato Salsa
1 large chopped tomato. 2 tbsp. fresh lemon or lime juice & 2 tbsp. water.
Dash of celery salt and chilli powder. 1 tsp. of fresh cilantro.
Combine dressing, toss in tomatoes, refrigerate.

Source: Nova Clinic

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Patches or Injections?

Source: JenBella, Nova Hart Homeopathic

PATCHES OR INJECTIONS

What is the Difference between hCG Homeopathic Patches and hCG Injections & Nasal Spray
You will have heard about and read about the amazing results of the hCG Diet.

One question people have is which method of hCG is more effective.

The majority of people have found that hCG homeopathic patches are as effective as or much more effective than hCG injections or hCG nasal spray.

Here is a simple chart to compare all applications of the hCG Diet. So you can objectively choose which is best for you.

QUESTIONSHCG HOMEOPATHIC PATCHESHCG INJECTIONS OR NASAL SPRAY
Can I lose 1/2 -2 lbs or 1/4 -1 kilos per dayYes absolutelyYes
Costs$65 average cost pm from the nova clinic. $900+ average for Doctors visits and weekly follow-ups etc
Discomfort or painNo. Just place a patch on the skin twice a week and forget about it.Yes, having daily injections for up to 42 days.
Does it need to be refrigeratedNot if using homeopathic patchesYes
Do I need to go to a clinic or doctors officeNoYes recommended
Do I need to mix my own solutionNoYes if injecting yourself. Nasal spray comes premixed
Do I need a prescriptionNoYes in most countries

We have been manufacturing Homeopathic Remedies for thirty plus years and now specialize in hCG diet patches. We have personally seen the success of our valued clients and have experienced the amazing results ourselves.

We only offer our quality brand manufactured by us. Our hCG homeopathic patches and drops are manufactured in our own Sterile Laboratory in Australia.

Our Homeopathic hCG patches
 provide the strength and effectiveness of the hCG injections or hCG nasal spray, but have a stable shelf life. This translates to much lower costs and more convenience for you, but with the same awesome results.

Cost:
 Compare prices. As we are the manufacturer with no middle man for you to pay, you will benefit from lower costs from us, a long term professional natural health company.

Note that as a professional homeopathic establishment we stay with the old, traditional and valuable ways.

THIS IS NOT MEDICAL ADVICE AND SHOULD NOT BE CONSTRUED AS SUCH.


The material (text, photos, graphics, etc.)  contained on this website is for informational purposes only. No material on this site is intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health care provider.