Big and firm breasts
Estrogens are responsible for the natural growth of breasts in women during puberty and the size, shape and fullness of the breasts of a woman depend on the production of this hormone. Smaller and less developed breasts are the result of the lower levels of estrogens. The production of these hormones decreases gradually as a woman gets older, and because of that the breasts are no more firm and beautiful.
There are certain herbs that can be very effective in stimulating the body to produce more estrogen. They are called phytoestrogens and have natural estrogenic properties. Due to these herbs, the growth of breast tissue is stimulated and, as a result of that, the breasts are firmer, fuller and larger.
Herbs for bigger breasts
Fenugreek is an herb that helps in the production of hormones and has the positive impact on the development of mammary glands. One of its ingredients is trigonelline which is used in the treatment of cancer. Fenugreek can be found on the eastern shores of the Mediterranean.
Furthermore, Saw Palmetto is a small palm tree that has large red black berries that contain oil with variety of phytosterols. This Saw Palmetto oil is very effective in reversing the atrophy of the mammary gland. Saw Palmetto can be found on the North American Atlantic Coast.
Flavonoids are compounds that have positive effects on the production of estrogens and can be found in Fennel Seed in the southern Italy and in Humulus Lupulus in Eurasia.
Beta-carotene and diosgenin are very helpful for the enlargement of the breasts and these two phytochemicals are the ingredients of Mexican Wild Yam.
Moreover, alpha-pinene, beta-carotene, beta-pinene and beta-sisterol are very helpful for the regulating of the female hormones, and they can be found in a small shrub called Damiana, that grows in West Indies.
Other herbs that are usually used as a natural way to enlarge breasts are L-Tyrosine, Kelp and Dong Quai. Tyrosine is usually used for the stimulating of the growth hormone, as well as for the normal functioning of adrenal, pituitary and thyroid gland. Kelp contains iodine and helps in maintaining the healthy condition of the thyroid gland. Dong Quai is an Asian root that is often used by the women in the menopausal period for the alleviating hot flashes and painful cramps. Besides them, Avena Sativa, Black Cohosh and Blessed Thistle are three herbs rich in phytoestrogens that stimulate the production of estrogens and regulate the hormone balance in a woman’s body.