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After a hot morning shower, when my hands and body are dry, I:

  • Cut open the Super Patch packet
  • Take out 1 sheet of 6 patches
  • Carefully pinch the corner of 1 patch
  • Lift the thin patch off the sheet
  • Place the super patch on a fatty part of my belly below my ribs but away from my waist or beltline. (Initially, I placed 2 patches for a NO-Loading jump-start)
  • Seal both sheets of remaining patches inside of a sandwich bag, store in a cool area
  • Eat a low-fat, no sugar and no flour diet of 500 calories per day (My range is 400-600)
  • Drink lots of water
  • Change the patch every 3 days until desired weight is reached.
Peel the Patch

I Stick It and Forget It!

Place on belly

Note about the Nova Patches: These are thin non-latex non-plastic breathable patches very similar to a layer of medical gauze. They are very adhesive and not repositionable. Tweezers have helped me to pull the patch off the paper without taking the paper with it!

There is no expiration date because they do not spoil or lose their potency if stored correctly. Store away from heat, direct sunlight, microwaves and computers.

I am not a medical practitioner, nor am I qualified to give nutrition advice. I share my own personal experience and observations. What I do and what helps me may not necessarily help another individual and I am not suggesting that anyone follow any particular course. I re-sell patches manufactured by Nova Clinic in Australia as a courtesy to individuals who live in the US. I do not intend to attract buyers away from Nova Clinic or any other authorized reseller of patches. I do encourage research and responsibility. In all areas of life, I practice personal autonomy and my choices are my own.

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Using the Patch

Below are a few tips I have appreciated about Nova Patches:

  • Treat the patch gently. Yes you can shower and swim with it on but pat dry, firmly. Remember it’s not a sticking plaster. If a client is in chlorinated water every day they would need to have a water proof plaster/dressing over it to keep it on and protect from chemicals. (I take hot bubble soaks and simply cover the patch with a large bandage)
  • The patch ingredients generally last 3-4 days (at peak strength) after peeling off the backing paper and sticking to the skin. By day 4 the dose will be getting very low. The HCG patch is changed twice a week, it would be ok to take the patch off on 3rd night and not wear overnight (to give the skin a break if required, this is not essential) and just put a new one on the next morning, the HCG would still be in the blood stream for twelve hours (I place a new patch on the opposite side for three days and leave the former one on, too. Thus, every 4th day, I am wearing two patches, just in case – because I can’t really overdose.)
  • Redness on the skin beside the patch. This isn’t a side effect this happens if the person is using a nutrient patch and their body does not need that nutrient. (There are nutrients in the Super Patch and I have not experienced redness. I still take extra magnesium and other vitamins that are also contained in the SuperPatch  and still haven’t gotten too much. I doubt this is likely to happen anytime soon as I have long been nutrient deficient. If it did happen, I would switch to an hcg-only patch instead of the Super Patch)
  • Itchy hive-like spots can also be part of the detox and detox is always temporary. (I did itch, but I never got hives. I continued to take in water and to sweat and I feel that helped.)
  • We suggest clients place the patch on the upper abdomen under the breasts/bra. But if you don’t want to continue with that area, then patches really can be placed anywhere from then on – the ingredients will have been established within the blood flow/cells. (I place in an area where my clothing will not rub it off and where it is gently protected by my blouse. I do not place the patch on the same side each time. It varies).