Plastic surgery became the fashion, but nature still gives the best. Here are tips on plants that are not common, and have a powerful effect on breast size.
The first on the list is the fenugreek, seed originating from Greece.
Seeds can be purchased in any herbal pharmacy, and should be soaked in water overnight. The second day you should massage your breasts with this water.
Greater burdock has long been known by its various beneficial effects. Its consumption increases blood flow to the breast tissue and strengthens the reproductive system.
Fennel is not used only for tea for soothing colic in babies, but its ingredients anethole, dianethole and photoanethole increases the amount of estrogen in the body. As well it contains phytoestrogens, which stimulates breast growth and increases the production of milk in nursing mothers.
Licorice also contains the same ingredients as fennel, so the effect is the same.
Anis is a Chinese herb that is used as a seasoning, but the ingredients in it affect breast growth, so you can start to use it more frequently for this purpose.
Saw Palmetto: This plant is found in the Southeastern U.S. and was popular as both food and medicine with Native Americans. This herb is known to balance hormones and block some enzymes in the body. Breast enlargement is a side effect of these processes. With regular use, many women will experience larger and firmer breasts. The results are typically noticeable within two months of beginning use. The recommended dosage is approximately 160 mg per day.
Red Clover: This common plant is found across the U.S. and the U.K. Supplements made from this plant can help to increase breast size. It is beneficial because it contains four separate phytoestrogens that can act as estrogen in the body. The specific phytoestrogens found in red clover bind to estradiol receptors that are responsible for the development of breast tissue.
Wild Yam: This one plant not only can help to enlarge breasts and improve breast health, it may actually help to increase the libido in women too. Users can increase fullness in the breasts by mixing powdered, concentrated wild yam with any lotion and applying it to their breasts daily.
Black Cohosh: This herb is known for its ability to help women with menopausal symptoms and for increasing estrogen levels. The extra estrogen activity can increase breast size. It can also induce labor, so it should never be used by pregnant women. Black cohosh is typically sold in a liquid extract that can be massaged directly into the skin.
Hops: Most commonly known as an ingredient in beer, hops are another phytoestrogen. This easy to find plant contains what is considered to be one of the most potent of the phytoestrogens available. It also contains and anti-androgen which may reduce the levels of male hormones in women.
Women who want to use these products to enlarge their breasts can either purchase or grow the plants on their own or purchase herbal supplements in pill, liquid or powder form. If using a prepared supplement, always make certain that the product is 100 percent genuine and not primarily fillers. Diluted, inexpensive supplements will not have the correct concentration needed to provide the desired benefit.
In addition, women with known plant allergies may be unable to use these products. If an allergic reaction occurs, or there are side effects like abdominal distress when taken internally or a skin rash after applying topically, discontinue use immediately. Anyone currently on a prescribed medication should discuss the use of these plants with their doctor first to make certain there is no risk of interaction. It is generally safe to use more than one plant at a time to speed up results.
In the end, there is Pueraria Mirifica, a herb from Thailand that is used for anti-wrinkle creams and lotions, but in addition it is the active ingredient of creams and pills for breast growth.
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