Herbs to Grow Breasts


For many women, breast augmentation, or the insertion of breast implants by an approved board-certified surgeon, is not an option due to possible medical and health complications. That's why more women who want to achieve larger, fuller breasts have turned to herbal treatments that stimulate breast tissue.

Herbs to Grow Breasts
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Fenugreek, a small stony seed native to southern Asia, is said to be the most effective herb to promote breast growth tissue. As one of the oldest herbal remedies, fenugreek has been tested to support mammary gland growth and can stimulate underdeveloped breasts during puberty. Holistic practitioners recommend taking fenugreek by capsule twice a day with a mixture of other herbal blends, as it is not as effective when taken alone or without herbs that contain phytoestrogens.

Fenugreek capsules.
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Pueraria mirifica is a breast-enhancing herb native to Thailand that is found in a tuberous root in rainforests. Its main ingredients, miroestrol and deoxymiroestrol, are phytoestrogens that can be found in lactating women. Scientists and herbal specialists have taken note of the widespread effects this herb has had on native women who use it.

Pueraria Mirifica can be taken orally.
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Fennel seeds may be known for their medicinal and culinary benefits, but they also reportedly increase the size of a woman’s breasts safely, which is why they are an ingredient in many natural breast creams and supplements. Fennel seeds make an ideal breast-enhancing supplement because of they contain estrogen-enhancing properties are linked to an increase of milk production.

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Saw palmetto is found in berries on the Atlantic Coast of the U.S. and has been found to reverse the shriveling of mammary glands. It is also a fast worker, as it can produce up to a 30 percent increase in breast growth in 30 to 60 days.

Saw palmetto is found in berries.
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The Mexican wild yam root, which is indigenous to Mexico, contains beta-carotene and diosgenin, both of which are responsible for promoting breast health and development. It has hormone-balancing effects, especially for women with high levels of estrogen. High levels of estrogen can cause menstrual and mood irregularities. Wild yam's progesterone can stabilize a high estrogen imbalance and help produce larger breasts by making fat cells bigger.

The Mexican wild yam root has hormone-balancing effects,
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