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Saw Palmetto contains some of the highest concentrations of the plant elements recommended by herbalists for breast enlargement. Saw Palmetto is a low growing palm whose berries have been cherished by herbalists and natural medicine practitioners for years. Saw Palmetto, sometimes known as sawtooth palm or windmill palm, grows in the southeastern United States from South Carolina to Southern Mississippi and alsogrows naturally in every county of Florida.
The hard saw teeth for which the plant is named run along the petiole, or leaf stalk. Saw Palmetto is a remarkable herb for both men and women. It is now a popular and effective treatment for prostate enlargement in men but has it's origins in natural medicine as a breast enlarger and is still recommended today by naturopathic physicians for increasing breast size. Saw Palmetto has been used for centuries in different cultures. Native Americans, dating back to pre-Mayan civilizations, used the plant for food and medicine and particularly for breast disorders in women. Saw Palmetto is useful as a nutritive tonic, supporting the function of a healthy appetite and smooth digestion. It also tones the urethra, and it may be used to uphold the healthy function of the thyroid gland and urinary system. This herb has no side effects or drug interactions.
Fennel is a biennial or perennial plant that grows wild in the Mediterranean area and in Asia Minor but is commonly cultivated in the U.S. and Europe. Fennel is one of the more estrogenic of plants and is very similar to fenugreek. Herbal data bases indicate that Fennel seed contains some of the highest levels of natural estrogens, phyto-nutrients and diosgenin that add to healthy breast tissue. These phyto-nutrients are mild and have many health benefits. Because
these natural estrogens and phyto-nutrients can replace excess estrogen in the system, they can help calm hormonal swings associated with PMS and menopause. Many chemical and environmental toxins will mimic estrogen and attach to the estrogen receptor sites within the mammary glands. The plant nutrients can help to wash these out of the system, aiding in increasing the health of the breast tissue. Fennel is commonly used to treat amenhorrea, angina, asthma, heartburn, high blood pressure and to boost sexual desire. Fennel helps to arouse appetite, relieve colic, abdominal cramps and is also used to improve the kidneys, spleen, liver and lungs. There are no side effects or contradictions with normal use.

Dong Quai is considered by the Chinese to be the "empress of herbs" and the "sovereign herb for women." It originates from many provinces in southwestern China and is now commercially cultivated to keep up with the booming demand. Dong Quai has been used by the Chinese for more than two thousand years as a strengthener of the heart, lung, spleen, liver and kidney meridians and as a tonic for the blood. Dong Quai Extract is the supreme female tonic in traditional Chinese

medicine. Women in other parts of the world have also discovered that Dong Quai naturally provides balancing and normalizing support for women's unique rhythms, cycles and body systems. It is primarily known for it's uses in treating women's problems including lack of sexual desire, the symptoms of menopause, cramps and PMS. In addition, the root is rich in vitamin B-12, which plays a role in the production of new blood cells. Researchers believe that one important action of Dong Quai is to promote natural progesterone synthesis, another key element for breast enlargement. Dong Quai has earned a reputation as the "ultimate herb" for women and is also know as "the women's ginseng."
Damiana is a small shrub with aromatic leaves and yellow flowers that typically grows in dry, rocky climates throughout Mexico, Central and South America, the West Indies, California, and Texas. Damiana is well known in southwestern cultures as a sexuality tonic, and is recommended by many top herbalists. It stimulates the intestinal tract and brings hemoglobin and oxygen to the genital area. It also increases energy levels which does a lot to restore libido and desire. In
women, Damiana often restores the ability to achieve orgasm. In Holland, Damiana is renowned for its sexual enhancing qualities and positive effect on the reproductive organs. Damiana can quickly stimulate the genital area by enriching the oxygen supply. Longer term use can improve sexual fitness and performance. Damiana extracts have been shown, in the test tube, to weakly bind to progesterone receptors. This is a key element for breast enlargement. Damiana is also an excellent strengthening remedy for the nervous system. This herb can have interactions with hypoglycemic drugs.
Blessed, or Holy, Thistle can be found in abundance in Europe, Asia, the American prairies, Canada and British Columbia as well as Australia. It is a handsome annual occurring in stony, uncultivated places. It is said to have obtained it's name from it's high reputation as a heal-all, being supposed even to cure the plague. The Blessed Thistle grows about 2 feet high, is reddish, slender, very much branched and scarcely able to keep upright under the weight of it's leaves and flowerheads.
Fenugreek is an herb native to southeastern Europe, northern Africa, and western Asia, but is widely cultivated in other parts of the world. Its botanical name is Trigonella foenum-graecum; its English name comes from two Latin words meaning Greek hay. Fenugreek is an annual plant that grows 2–3 ft (0.6–0.9 m) tall, with a strong odor and small pale yellow flowers. The seed of the fenugreek plant contains many active compounds with pharmaceutical applications. The seeds are collected in the
autumn. The chemical components of fenugreek seed include iron, vitamin A, vitamin B1, vitamin C, phosphates, flavonoids, saponins, trigonelline, and other alkaloids. The seed is also high in fiber and protein.

Quite apart from its therapeutic value, fenugreek is used as a seasoning and flavoring agent in foods, particularly in Egypt, India, and the Middle East. The maple smell and flavor of fenugreek have led to its use as a spice in foods, beverages, confections, tobacco, and imitation maple syrup. In some countries, the seeds are eaten raw or boiled, or the greens are enjoyed as a fresh salad. Extracts of fenugreek are used in some cosmetic products as well. Capsules of fenugreek seed are sometimes recommended as a galactogogue, or agent to increase milk production in the lactating mother.
Kelp (Fucus vesiculosus) is a type of brown seaweed, moderate in size, that grows in regions with cold coastlines, including those of the northwestern United States and northern Europe. There are several varieties of kelp: true kelp, which thrives in cool seas; giant kelp, and bladder kelp, which grow in the North
Pacific. Giant kelp is so named because it grows to 213 ft (65 m). Kelp anchors itself to rocky surfaces via tentacle-like roots. From these roots grows a slender stalk with long, leaf-like blades. Kelp contains approximately 30 minerals. It is a rich source of iodine, calcium, sulfur, and silicon. Other minerals include phosphorus, iron, sodium, potassium, magnesium, chloride, copper, zinc, manganese, barium, boron, chromium, lithium, nickel, silver, titanium, vanadium, aluminum, strontium, bismuth, chlorine, cobalt, gallium, tin, and zirconium. Kelp also contains vitamins C, E, D, K, and B complex. The highest concentrations of these vitamins and minerals are found in the tissues of kelp. Since kelp is such a valuable source of nutrients, it is often recommended as a dietary supplement, particularly for people with mineral deficiencies.
L-tyrosine is a protein amino acid. It is classified as a conditionally essential amino acid. Under most circumstances, the body can synthesize sufficient L-tyrosine, principally from L-phenylalanine, to meet its physiological demands. However, there are conditions where the body requires a dietary source of the amino acid for its physiological demands. For example, L-tyrosine is an essential amino acid for those with
phenylketonuria. L-tyrosine is found in proteins of all life forms. Dietary sources of L-tyrosine are principally derived from animal and vegetable proteins. Vegetables and juices contain small amounts of the free amino acid. The free amino acid is also found in fermented foods such as yogurt and miso. tyrosine is an effective antidepressant. Claims that it can alleviate some of the mental and physical symptoms of environmental stress.
Wild yam is also known as Dioscorea villosa, China root, Mexican yam, colic root, devil's bones, rheumatism root, yuma, and rheumatism root. Wild yam has been used for menstrual cramps or pain, menopausal symptoms, rheumatic conditions, and gallbladder complaints. Wild yam is sometimes suggested as an alternative to hormone replacement therapy.
Mother's Wort is native to many parts of Europe on banks and under hedges. Valuable in the stimulation of delayed or suppressed menstruation, especially where there is anxiety or tension involved. Mother's Wort is a useful relaxing tonic for aiding in menopausal changes. It contains Leonurine which is a uterine stimulant. A well known supplement designed for promoting natural breast enlargement and female breast enhancement.
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