Tweaking them when they’re unresponsive, massaging them when they’re sore; always on the lookout for ways to make them conform to fuller, bustier, riper, perkier out-of-reach standards. Today’s modern standards for enhancing breasts come with consequences.P hysical ailments and emotional concerns not withstanding, what if you could put your best breast forward using natural means?
Think about it – nature suits everyone. Your form is beautiful just the way it is, and you can support breast health with a few healthy tips based on ancient principles. Who wouldn’t want to nurture their breasts like this?
Remedies using herbs, tinctures, massage oils and brews were popular among Egyptian harems. Some of the most popular supplements include saw palmetto, fenugreek, fennel, red clover, wild yam and dong quai. Empirical scientific evidence is more limited than anecdotal evidence from multiple cultural references that suggest breast enlargement can occur from certain natural compounds.
If larger or suppler breasts are desired, going the natural ‘aphrodisiac‘ route is likely to be safer, greener and gentler to your body and the planet.
Common Herbs: Below is a list of some of the most common mastogenic plants. Please note, while we only cover mostly breast health effects here, each of these plants are known to have additional health properties.
Dosages and Risks: There are many supplements on the market with wide-ranging doses. Some websites suggest that if a woman intends to use breast-enhancing herbs, she take them as single ingredients for maximum results. That way, she can control how much she takes and start with just one or two at a time. Most have been used for centuries across cultures with little known risks.
With that said, we recommend that you see your health care provider before starting any new regime, since dosages are not standardized, and there still could be some risks, especially if a woman is pregnant, nursing or taking other prescription drugs or supplements.
When in doubt, ask an informed provider first.
Success Rates: Generally speaking, using natural herbs and supplements are less drastic than the options provided for by modern medicine, such as surgery. This also means they are less invasive. Until more research is conducted on these and other breast enhancing compounds, we can’t establish universal guidelines or success rates. Individuals are likely to experience different outcomes.
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