Botanical Bust Enhancement: Research, Guide

breast.is blog archive: 2018



Herb quality

Some herb supplements use fillers or have traces of other herbs in them. This happens when machines are used for different herb formulas. It is especially a problem when cross contamination occurs from using the same machines to manufacture individual herbs and women's formulas as male formulas. Buy reputible brand herbs or identify whole herbs with certainty to avoid this. Test a fraction of bottled supplements individually, and wait the next day to check for unwanted effects that are uncharacteristic of the intended herb.

Celery family

The celery family includes several herbs with hormonal properties: dong quai, fennel, dill, carrots, celery, parsley. Several of these herbs are estrogenic.

Unfortunately, the celery family has a few toxic members that can cause severe permanent injury to the touch and death: hemlock and hog weed. These deadly plants resemble other members within the celery family.

Be sure you properly identify safe herbs before handling or use.

Humulus; Hops profile

Hops (Humulus) upregulates estrogen receptor alpha (ERα). It also increases prolactin levels.

Receptor subtypes

Progesterone has 4 isoforms in humans. We are most familiar with PRA and PRB. Less is known about PRC and PRD. Estrogen has 2 isoforms, ERα and ERβ. Androgen has 1 isoform, AR. All receptors are important, even if we haven't identified their full properties.

Q&A: updates

Animal ovary; Breast enhancement in 40's; Update on DHT lowering herbs.

Panax ginseng and Schizandra chinensis

Panax ginseng and Schizandra chinensis upregulate estrogen receptors and increase bodily estrogen. Panax ginseng also lowers LH and FSH, while increasing ovarian weight in animal studies. There was not enough available information on other Panax species.

The recommendation of Panax ginseng or Schizandra chinensis is a peasized amount as tea during proliferative phase, and when androgen symptoms are high. If effects don't improve, then stop immediately.

Androgen excess and hot flashes: correction on DHT's ability to modulate aromatase

Temperature increase and hot-flashes are an indirect result of low estrogens. Androgen symptoms can be high, which signifies low estrogen levels, yet there can still be symptoms of hot-flashes.

Herbs that antagonize estrogen receptors usually resensitize those receptors in small amounts, but in large amounts will desensitize them.

DHT

It is important that estrogen receptors and aromatase enzymes are kept sensitive and healthy. DHT desensitizes many hormonal receptors, possibly including estrogen receptors. Surprisingly, androgens including DHT upregulate aromatase enzymes in mammals (unlike in birds and in fish).

DHT reducing herbs are thought to be useful for lowering signs of androgens. Herbs with DHT reducing properties that also increase LH eventually increase androgens and subsequently DHT. Mints, Saw Palmetto and Reishi may temporarily reduce androgen symptoms, but continued use will make them worse. Reishi has a reputation for causing hot-flashes.

Equol is a phytochemical that attaches to and neutralizes the hormone 5⍺-DHT, and it has successfully reduced DHT symptoms in animal studies. Unfortunately, large amounts of equol reduce aromatase capacity, while small amounts have little effect on aromatase capacity.

Lavender [in small amounts] is a suitable herb for lowering DHT, because it does not increase LH.

DHT is said to not be capable of being aromatized, but it can be converted into βdiol, an androgen with estrogenic properties.

Prolactin

Prolactin does lower androgens, but during secretory phase, it increases progesterone, which a higher relation of progesterone to estrogen is responsible for hot flashes or high body temperature.

Prolactin raising herbs should be used outside of secretory phase for lowering androgens. During secretory phase, the use of prolactin raising herbs should be used cautiously and in minimal amounts, with herbs that increase estrogenic responses.

Aromatase modulation

Aromatase is the bodily process of converting androgens, with the exception of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), into estrogens. Enzymes for aromatase modulation occur in tissue near estrogen receptors.

The capability for aromatase in granulosa cells within the ovaries is important for reproductive health, despite that plenty of other tissue than can perform this function. The maintenance of aromatase sensitization in granulosa tissue is imperative.

Plenty of herbs and their components modulate aromatase enzymes. There are a few herbs, that in small doses sensitize aromatase capabilities, but in large doses decrease aromatase capability. Mints, clover and other herbs should be taken in the lowest amounts possible, because in large amounts they may desensitize. The use of mint and clover should be below 100mg, and perhaps in tea form. Flaxseed (due to their lignan content) and pueraria (of the legume family) use should also not be overdone. Mint, pueraria and clover also work strongly on reproductive tract tissue.

For reference: an average small metal paperclip weighs upward of approximately 500mg. The importance of aromatase modulation in granulosa tissue will be reflected in the ebooks breast-endocrinology and super-bazongas. For any herb schedule, reduce the amounts of mint, clover, pueraria and flax. In the latest ebook, clover and mint amounts are already lowered, but they will be lowered more to reflect this update.

Aromatase

Aromatase is the bodily process of converting androgens, with the exception of dihydrotestosterone (DHT), into estrogens. It so happens that aromatase enzymes occur in tissue where...

Mint

Hormonal properties of mint and its use for breast enhancement. The genus of mint goes by the scientific name of Mentha.

Mint is often suggested to have estrogenic properties, however, it appears to have androgenic attributes...

Pharmaceutical profiteering

Article from Bloomberg about hospitals' interests in entering the generic pharmaceutical market to provide reasonable generic drug prices to patients.

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Lavender

Lavender's estrogenic properties for breast enhancement.

3 months of Herbal breast enhancement.

Herbal Breast Enhancement: 3 months

Herbal breast enhancement pictures each month from October until December 2017.

Herbal breast enhancement after 1 year.

Post your results

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