Canadian Gal's breast enhancement program
I just stumbled upon your book and website and am impressed with how you approach everything from a scientific and research standpoint. Thank you for your contributions. I haven't attempted any form of NBE in many, several years, but am tempted to try it again based on your program.
A little about me: I have tried herbs (tinctures), massage, noogleberry, and also BO tinctures (brewed by [someone on a forum]). I was never really successful [with natural breast enhancement before], and after significant sums of money and time spent, I am still my original size of 32AA/32A. I stopped NBE after trying BO because I started experiencing alarming hormonal symptoms. I believe I took too high of dosages and overloaded my body. I continued to deal with the aftermath of my hormones being out of whack for months after, and who knows up until this day! I have been scared of anything hormonal/BO since then and thought I will just live with my breasts (which I love regardless) how they are.
However, fast forward to now, I find myself with more time, money and wisdom and am interested in giving NBE another shot. Which brings me to finding your book. I see that it is a herbal program, which I am a little weary of since everyone's hormone levels are different and, to be honest a bit overwhelming.
I am wondering if you would be interested in having me be your student? I know that I am much more likely to stick to this if I have a bit of handholding. I'm also ready to obtain all the herbs necessary and have a naturopath that I work with, and have considered opening up to about NBE. I love the well-documented programs that you've detailed on your website and would like to start something similar on my journey, with regular progress updates and pictures. In return, I would really appreciate personalized advice, guidance and moral support... - Canadian Gal;
I appreciate your comments, and of your interest in starting a herb program. We'll see how much is possible towards your breast enhancement goals!
Canadian Gal will get: fenugreek (Trigonella) seed, fennel (Foeniculum) seed, hops (Humulus), sunflower (Helianthus) seed, spearmint or peppermint (Mentha), and lavender (Lavandula). Shatavari (Asparagus) root and thistles (Cnicus or Silybum) will [also] be tried. There are potential partial replacements for some of these herbs, but substitutions aren't recommended for readers with hormone imbalances manifested by hirsutism or other symptoms at this time. - Dynseli;
[She has had a busy schedule. Her herb program is expected to start some time in September. Canadian Gal may also get ginseng (Panax), wild yam (Dioscorea) and evening primrose (Oenothera). Schisandra (Schizandra) is a possible substitute for Panax. Clover (Trifolium) is optional. Saw palmetto (Serenoa) could likely be worked into the herb schedule.]