Super Bazongas is updated, with major improvements to the herb schedule. This ebook is no longer released under a Creative Commons license, but it is still free for fair and personal use. For the Creative Commons' licensed work, see the booklet breast-endocrinology.pdf. Refresh your browser to see ebook updates.
This pdf is based on the first chapters of the ebook Super Bazongas. Its focus is on breast development and on hormone balance. It is released under a Creative Commons license. The license of newer releases of Super Bazongas may be changed, but it will remain free for personal and fair use.
Herb schedule is for menstruation and the first week of luteal phase only. This update is not reflected in the ebook yet. For the rest of the days, take a break, or limit the amounts listed for that time to sporadically. The latest update on the ebook was on June 24, 2017
Information has been updated on premenstrual syndrome, and the herb schedule reflects that. Refresh your browser to see new updates.
The latest ebook is out. Technically a prerelease, but has accurate information. This edition should be the most effective for breast enlargement. There is new information on hormone safety.
Kudzu is synonymous with the genus of Pueraria.
Pueraria mirifica has a reputation for breast enhancement, perhaps because it appears to have the right qualities of phytohormones, that many other herbs don't have by themselves. It appears to have follicle stimulating hormone, luteinizing hormone or estrogenic properties, and prolactin or progesterone qualities, which is a combination that should cause breast growth, but its hormonal qualities are still not for certain.
There are issues with Pueraria, in that it nurtures breast cells indiscriminately, whether they are tumorous or healthy, as is shown by how most tests of Kudzu or species within Pueraria show results on cancerous cell cultures. While Pueraria is not considered harmful, when there is no presence of malignant cells, there are alternate herbs that have anti-tumorous properties, and should also cause bust enhancement in the right proportions. In small amounts, and when there is no history of tumors, kudzu can be very useful in providing relief from menstrual symptoms. More about Pueraria...
Questions and answers about natural breast enhancement, and ebook.
About health benefits of winter squash (Cucurbita) seeds, including that of pumpkin seeds.
About Suma (Hebanthe eriantha), and its reputation as Brazilian Ginseng.
About medicinal values of Chuchuhuasi, Chuchuhuasha, Chuchuaso, Gnikélé and other species of Maytenus. It is useful for alleviating menstruation discomfort, and for general nerve relief.
New lunar calendar with updating image of current moon phase, lunar dates for whole year, and percentage of Moon illumination. Lunar calendar is useful for keeping track of menstrual cycles.
Website moved from http://www.botanicalbe.is to http://breast.is; old website will continue to redirect here.
Article about asparagus; Shatavari.
Successful natural breast enlargement from last year, for someone I assisted with her NBE program. She used various methods, including breast pumping. However, herbal methods were most effective.
The first picture is from August 2014, and the later picture is from June 2015.
Article about clover.
There are risks and complications to any type of cosmetic surgery. Risks include botched operations, and psychological repercussions. The typical maximum lifespan of an implant is up to 15 years, then another surgery has to be done to replace or remove that, but this does not include a large percentage of women who have complications within 5 years of getting implants. There are also risks of silicone or saline bags leaking. There are also inconveniences such as scar tissue that forms around implants, and for some women, difficulties breastfeeding.
Cosmetic surgery and the idea of it should be made obsolete. It is useless as a desire, and vain. However, a different topic of reconstructive surgery, can be essential, and I hold this idea in high regard.
When researching botanicals for breast health, breast enhancement and related purposes, I try to choose the ones that have anticarcinogenic or antitumor properties. There is more information available on botanicals that were tested to make cancerous cells grow, while sometimes this also causes growth for healthy cells, I avoid listing botanicals based on results from studies that show them stimulating unhealthy cells. Despite choosing botanicals with anticarcinogenic properties towards their target, or botanicals from studies on healthy cells, a hormone imbalance is also a cancer risk.
When a well intended cancer treatment works against a specific cancer, the cancer's receptors usually become desensitized. This situation is also seen in the analogies of steroid and drug use, where more and more is needed to get a desired effect to a diminished body response and inability for bodily regulation. With receptor targeted therapy, the receptor must be re-sensitized for a cancer therapy to remain effective. This is often the case in receptor negative types of cancer. Otherwise, a stronger medicine is given, and it becomes less and less effective. Not all botanicals or substances with a specific hormone attribute have anti-cancer properties to be used for re-sensitization of receptor responses.
'Botanical Breast Enhancement' explores the science of how breast development occurs, and it looks into the possibility of controlling this process after puberty. Basic human endocrinology is described as a basis for health and how hormones interact. Herbs have different properties, so their specific properties are explored to find the right combinations to work in conjunction with human endocrinology for herbal breast enhancement or herbal breast enlargement. Suggestions made in this book are limited to whole herbs or topical extracts. There are further insights such as relations with hormone imbalances.
Lycopene is a cartenoid, but, unlike other cartenoids, it cannot be converted into vitamin A by humans and animals. Still, lycopene has an important role in human health as one of the most powerful botanical antioxidants known. Studies have shown lycopene to inhibit cancer growth, and it to have protective effects on healthy human tissue, including from mild radiation.
Reddish and pink fruits such as tomato, rosehips, watermelon, papaya, grapefruit, guava, apricots, papaya contain lycopene. Surprisingly, (natural) ketchup and tomato sauce contain many times more lycopene per weight than whole tomatoes.
There is often confusion about the relationship between Progestogens and Estrogens. Each is a different category of hormone. Progestogens can be called Progesterones (plural), or Progestins. Progesterone (singular), is actually a specific hormone within the class Progestogens. Progestins is a term that means Progestogen, but it commonly refers to synthetic Progesterones. Of botanicals, there is no difference between the terms phytoprogesterone, and phytoprogestin, because there isn't a concept of synthetic botanical. Phytoprogesterone and Phytoprogestin are how progestogenic botanicals are referred to in medical texts.
Hormones within the class of Progestogens act similarly to each other, while hormones within the class of Estrogens act similarly within it's group. Still, there are minor differences in hormones within their grouping.