There are many methods given for making breasts grow faster. Some have small cases of success, some have no evidence but actually promote good health, some are myths and others are dangerous. Regardless of the method you choose to use, remember that nature will take its course. Breasts will grow as they are supposed to and to the size that is best for the body.
Use exercise equipment to build your pectoralis muscle. This is the thick muscle under the breast tissue in women. Equipment such as dumbbells and chest expanders can help build your pecs.
Try other exercises. Stretch your arms out to your sides and then bring your hands together in front of your chest in a prayer pose. Press your palms together repeatedly, as often as you wish. This exercise, like pushups, builds the muscles under the breasts and armpits.
Drink a mixture of papaya juice and milk daily. Advocates of this method believe that this drink provides breast-enhancing benefits if taken religiously every day. This is most likely to be a myth due to the lack of verifiable evidence of success. Regardless of the claims, this drink is a beneficial addition to your diet. Papaya contains proteolytic enzymes which aid in the digestion of protein.
Learn about breast enhancement pills. Some of these pills contain herbs like fenugreek and saw palmetto, which possess estrogen-like qualities. Estrogen causes fluid retention in the breasts. Be aware that estrogen is associated with a risk for breast cancer. Exposure to estrogen-like substances could increase this risk.
Consider breast enhancement creams and lotions. These creams and lotions, such as Breast Actives and TriMedica Grobust lotion, are a mixture of chemicals and herbs (see Resources below). Regular use of these products is supposed to stimulate growth of fat cells in the breasts and make the skin firm and smooth.
Be patient. Breasts will grow as they are supposed to and when they are supposed to. While you wait, maintain a balanced diet and follow an exercise regimen. These are most important for growth and a healthy body.
Learn more. "Boobs: A Guide to Your Girls" by Elisabeth Squires contains information on the health, stages and significance of breasts, as well as tips for better management (see Resources below).