Botanical Breast Enhancement: Guide

Treating hirsutism: case #3



Treating hirsutism, and breast enhancement.

Starting measurements:

  • Bust: 33"
  • Bust: 30D
  • Bottom cup, left: 8.3cm
  • Bottom cup, right: 7.5cm
  • Underside, left (Bottom cup + behind breast): 19.5cm
  • Underside, right (Bottom cup + behind breast): 18.3cm
  • Hips: 95.5cm (≈37½)

Other measurements:

  • Height: 5'2"
  • Weight: 120lbs
  • Underbust: 28-29"

With these teas, she's also taking a teaspoon of olive oil, as this has made a difference in causing growth. She attempted a herb program a month sooner, but without olive oil, there hasn't been noticeable breast growth nor a noticeable improvement in body hair. Perhaps a supplement, not necessarily related to caffeine or chocolate, was interfering with growth.

Hot peppers seemed to impede growth. Lowering their amounts and eating calorie rich foods helped overcome this at times. She will try maca for its nutritional value outside of proliferative phase. Maca will be in addition to foods like potatoes, cheese and olive oil.

Magnesium supplements also interfered with this program, similarly to another program [not journaled here]. In that program, when magnesium supplements were stopped being taken, a tea for proliferative caused minor growth. There were other impediments to that program recently due to other metabolic edibles. Magnesium requires the right proportion of calcium, in order for to it to not act in a way that seems to increase local metabolism.


In another program, lightly mentioned on this page due to similarities, there were minor breast gains when: lowering caffeine intake, and eating potato products, diary and olive oil. This is an improvement, but may have been temporary. Often in programs where metabolic foods or spices are taken, the estrogen response didn't last long. It's better to omit metabolic spices, so consistency can be expected.

There can be breast widening, when estrogen response lowers, and this is unsustainable for growth and estrogen response.

It may require a change in diet for the time of NBE; perhaps afterwards too. Metabolic spices in foods is common in some cuisines and habits: this is a common theme. For some, it may mean preparing your own food.


For the beginning of menses, she took a tea of: ½ rice-grain size of hops, 5 to 7 fenugreek seeds, 1 sunflower seed, and 5 to 7 sesame seeds. This caused a warming sensation and breast tingling. Menses was also light throughout this phase due to this tea.

There weren't noticeable changes in body hair. There was minor temporary breast swelling. Taking 1 teaspoon of olive oil with this tea, would have likely caused an improvement.


For the first tea during early proliferative, she took a tea of: 1 fenugreek seed, 2 sunflower seeds and about 2 pea-sizes of sesame seeds. With this, she took a teaspoon of olive oil. By the next day, there was about a ½" [≈1.25cm] increase in bustline.

For the rest of proliferative, every time bust shape goes from wide to longer, about every other day, she will take a tea of: ½ fennel seed, 1 or 2 sunflower seeds, and about 2 to 4 pea-sizes of sesame seed. With these teas, she will take 1 teaspoon of olive oil.

The amount of fennel will be limited to 4 or 5 whole seeds total for all of proliferative phase. Total sunflower will be a minimum of 1 seed per tea, and adjusted according to results mainly for hips. Sesame seed amount will also be adjusted according to results.

From these teas, there was growth. Proliferative should last a little over a week, and a break should be taken a little after that.

One time, perhaps from phytoprogestin from fennel, mucus appeared to be that of progesterone from secretory phase. A tea of minimal sesame and sunflower was also used, then a break was taken to see which phase it was.

This tea didn't always work, but there were usually indications of a hormonal effect on the breasts. One time, there was breast warming and tingling a day after a tea, then no growth. Another time, there was breast pulsations which usually indicates growth will occur soon, but minimal or no growth happened soon after.

A teaspoon of olive oil, and potato foods helped overcome these setbacks due to metabolic foods, spices or supplements. A serving of cheese also would help.

Hormonal foods and spices that are estrogenic have to be omitted for proliferative phase. Orange juice because of its phytoestrogen naringenin, likely interfered. Other estrogenic foods and spices include rosemary. During other phases, these estrogenic foods or spices are less likely to interfere.

There was some growth from these teas. When she wasn't sure of the phase, she used a tea of sesame seed and minimal sunflower seed without fennel. It turns out, that later signs show it's proliferative phase. There aren't significant reductions in body hair yet.

Measurements for end of proliferative:

  • Bust: 33.5" (≈85cm)
  • Bottom cup, left: 8.9cm
  • Bottom cup, right: 8cm
  • Hips: 38" (≈96.5cm)


For the beginning of secretory, she took a tea of: 10 fenugreek seeds, 1 flake size of hops, about 20 sesame seeds, 2 sunflower seeds, and wild yam powder emptied from a supplement capsule. There was minor breast swelling from this, but an insignificant increase in bust or hip size.

The next day, she took a tea of: 10 fenugreek seeds, half a teaspoon of sesame seeds, 5 sunflower seeds, and 1 rice-size of hops. 1 wild yam capsule was taken on the side, with 1 tablespoon each of olive and coconut oils. From this, there was minor, but insignificant growth. There was breast soreness from this by the next day.

The day after, she took a tea of: ½ teaspoon of fenugreek seeds, ½ teaspoon of sesame seeds, ½ teaspoon of sunflower seeds, and 1 rice-size of hops. 2 wild yam capsules, with a teaspoon each of olive and coconut oil on the side. There wasn't a change in measurements from this by the next day.

Olive and coconut oils were intended to partially compensate for spicy foods. There were no noticeable changes in body hair yet for this phase.

Hot peppers caused setbacks. High amounts of sesame and sunflower compared to fenugreek also caused setbacks by contributing to ending this phase early. Olive and coconut oils could have been expected to compensate. Next time, smaller amounts of fenugreek will be used at a time as well.

The teas for secretory will be of about 5 fenugreek seeds, 10 sesame seeds and 1 sunflower seed. This tea will be repeated when there's acne, headache or negative mood. The duration until these symptoms occur may happen further apart after a few successess. Only then, will fenugreek gradually be increased.

In the past, when hops or thistles were used too often, it seemed to restart menses. Hops and thistles will be left out of these teas for now.