The initial thought of using herbal breast enlargement might be that you’re taking a more organic and less intrusive route to larger breasts. The reality is that you’re most likely introducing rare and obscure plants and herbs into the body. Since the body is not used to these substances, especially in the concentrations that they come in, it might view them as toxic and try to reject them, causing adverse side effects. It’s always best to do as much research as you can on any new herbal breast enlargement product before putting into or on the body.
Herbal Breast Enlargement Facts
Here are some of the most common ingredients found in herbal breast enlargement pills and creams, as well as what we know about them:
Fenugreek – This is used to promote lactation. It is designed to increase the amount of milk that the breasts produce when they are lactating.
Dong Quai – This is used in Chinese medicine to treat gynecological problems, mild anemia, high blood pressure, pain, fatigue, and as an aphrodisiac. Why it ends up in herbal breast enlargement pills we have no idea.
Blessed Thistle – This herb is used to promote lactation, similar to fenugreek above. It’s been used to help new moms produce enough milk for their babies if they find that they’re unable to keep up with demand.
Dandelion – Good for liver detoxification but of what use is it for an herbal breast enlargement product. Maybe it’s just good to throw in some ingredients that people will recognize. In this case, a common weed. Bet they get them for real cheap.
Watercress – Great for all of the nutrients and vitamins it contains, but it is really necessary. We’re trying to grow our breasts, not take a multi-vitamin.
L-Tyrosine – Maybe, potentially, could be, that this is a stress reducer, but why include it in an herbal breast enlargement supplement. It’s just another filler that they can add to it and make up whatever benefits they claim it contains.
Pueraria Mirifica – The US FTC has specifically sought out companies that fraudulently claim that this drug does *anything* at all much less makes breasts grow. But companies still continue to blatantly claim that this is a wonder drug that performs incredible feats. Zero scientific evidence to support any of these claims.
Red Clover Extract – Another controversial wonder-herb that gets tossed into the mix and has claims made on its ability to do everything from cure cancer to grow breasts.
The lists go on and on. Basically any herbal breast enlargement company out there can grab a handful of weeds, chop them up, but them in pill or cream form and call it a drug. That’s in essence what is happening, if, and this is a big IF, these companies are actually obtaining the actual ingredients they say they are. They could just as easily pack sawdust into a pill form and call it dandelion extract. No one is making sure they aren’t, since there’s no FDA approval and no one monitoring their activity. It’s best to avoid all of these attempts at herbal breast enlargement and just be happy with the chest God gave you. Nine times out of ten it’s just fine.
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