Botanical Breast Enhancement: Guide

Breast Enhancement Programs

breast swelling

In program blogs, text within brackets [] isn't dated, but has been retroactively added due to relevancy of future or updated information. Information that is later found obsolete based on newer information is sometimes removed, but nothing is added to timestamped entries outside of bracket parentheses.

Some blogs were later organized by menstrual phase with the entries and timestamps maintained. These blog sections are updated independently. Some headers were changed for clarity, but everything else remains the same. Under it shows herbs combinations and the results from them.

Blog Entry Form

To post an entry, use the public entry form. This link will open another tab. This entry form can also be used to view or post comments, questions and suggestions.

About Posting

The topic is herbal female breast or body enhancement. Entries and program blogs can be about hip/butt enhancement, and for lowering body hair.

You must be over 18 years old to post pictures. The pictures will belong to you, but once they are posted on the Internet, distribution of them is out of control. I can remove them if you choose through the contact form, but please leave an alternate picture of results, even if covered.

You can optionally black and white, or censor the pictures. When resizing images, resize the width or height of an image at a time, or the image may stretch.

If possible, measurements will be converted to US, EU and Australian cup sizes.

General safety

Internet safety

In general, for any website, don't send pictures of your face or identifying background objects, even in different photos, unless you don't mind being known for them. Also, remove metadata (such as gps location) that sometimes gets added to pictures by your camera. I will make an effort to remove GPS and other exif data from images.

Situational awareness

Texts about situational awareness and safety of environment will be needed.

If you have suggestions about Internet safety

If you have suggestions or comments about Internet safety, you can use the public post or contact forms, and serious entries will be posted on this page.

If anyone contributes, I can only offer breast growth and attribute pseudonyms. I could post a bitcoin address to a charity group. However, I don't know if that would affect the purpose of my website, or cause conflicts of opinions, but it's not out of the question. Posting ones own bitcoin address is generally not a good idea.

Suggestions of links to texts written by reputable publications or organizations will also do.

Was considering allowing posters to post Bitcoin address

I have been considering allowing blog posters to post a Bitcoin address as an incentive for blogging. However, there are problems that come with this. Problems with anonymity is potentially one of them. Bitcoin is pseudo-anonymous, and unfortunately there's the possibility of people who can see a publicly posted address to trace Bitcoin to a withdrawal or deposit.

I took down my Bitcoin address after seeing Internet traffic from questionable regions to a page it was posted on. Fortunately, there were no transactions to be linked to others on that Bitcoin address. That is a problem inherent to cryptocurrency. It is something that people become aware of when learning about that.

Obviously, anonymity is not an issue for everyone, but it is for most people.

Super Bazongas