Botanical Bust Enhancement: Research, Guide
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Dihydrotestosterone (DHT) reducing herbs

Winter squash (pumpkin) seeds, pygeum bark, nettle, and saw palmetto have effects of reducing DHT. Oddly, these herbs also have in common of reducing aromatase (estrogen conversion). Reducing estrogen does not assist with breast enlargement. There is a role for squash seeds, nettle, pygeum (prunus) bark, and saw palmetto in breast enhancement, but these cannot be the main part of a regimen for it to be successful.

Also, many of these herbs have a reputation for primary use for male health.

Herbs

Winter Squash (Cucurbita) Seeds

Winter squash seeds, including pumpkin seeds, lower dihydrotestosterone and estrogen conversion from other androgens.

Saw Palmetto (Serenoa)

Aside from lowering DHT and reducing production of estrogen, Saw Palmetto also raises Luteinizing Hormone (LH), and lowers prolactin.

Pygeum (Prunus africanus)

Pygeum (Prunus africanus) or African plum tree is known for its effects on reducing DHT.

The Prunus genus includes cherries, plums, apricots, nectarines, almonds and peaches. Many barks of the Prunus genus contain the same hormonal properties as pygeum. Prunus domestica, P. persica, P. amygdalus, P. cerasoides and P. armeniaca can substitute Prunus africanus. As there is a danger of cyanide from bitter almonds, seeds and leaves of other Prunus species, there is uncertainty of safety from bark from other species of Prunus.

Nettle (Urtica)

Use

The best time to use Cucurbita seeds, Prunus africanus bark, Urtica, and Serenoa berries is at the end of the luteal phase, before menstruation. These can be used on other sporadic days. Each dose should be less than 200mg per occasional day. The purpose of using these herbs in low amounts is to keep estrogen production sensitive.