Herbal breast enlargement program for proliferative
For this whole phase, estrogenic herbs and foods should be avoided or their use be minimized. Hops, dill, thistles, clover and pueraria should especially be avoided for this phase. Avoid estrogenic topicals especially.
For reproductive health, hips should grow and not fluctuate so much afterwards. Sesame should be lowered to below 10 seeds, so that bust size fluctuates rather than hips.
During this phase, use breast massage to improve mood and to lower arousal due to high estrogen and testosterone.
Barley seed has worked in place of sunflower seed. Flax seed is more powerful. If barley and flax seeds are used in place of sunflower, their amounts may need to be adjusted.
Metabolic foods, beverages, supplements and spices seemed to interfere with estrogen production, which has usually caused setbacks, especially for this phase. It is important that metabolic edibles don't interfere with these teas or other doses.
Hip and butt growth
For hip and butt growth only: sesame may need to be omitted after the first dose, and possibly for this entire phase. Bust size may go down, while hip size increases. Pay attention to hip growth and hormonal signs.
This proliferative herb schedule for hip and butt growth is also the one of interest for hormone imbalances, including hirsutism. Keep track of body signs throughout.
First tea of proliferative
For the first dose of the phase, fenugreek will be used. Fenugreek is estrogenic, but it has just the right balance of progestogenic properties to be used only once, before mucus starts for this phase.
The tea to take on the first day of proliferative phase is of:
- 1 fenugreek seed
- 2 to 10 sunflower seeds
- about 10 sesame seeds
- perhaps purely phyto-progestins on the side, including: olive oil, coconut oil or saw palmetto
- if additional phyto-progestins are used, increase sunflower only
The previous suggestion of about 60 sesame seeds was lowered for the first tea. Estrogen production from the breasts influenced by sesame may interfere with estrogen sensitivity of the hips. The first tea is meant to help the reproductive tract produce estrogen, while providing enough phyto-progestin effects and additional estrogen antagonism.
Because of this adjustment, look for signs of hip growth primarily.
If the tea intended for the for first day of proliferative phase is missed, but it is still during early proliferative before mucus starts: increase the amount of sunflower seeds. Perhaps add a teaspoon of olive oil on the side. When the tea is taken on the first day, it has consistently caused growth. When the tea is missed on the first day, there's still some work to be done to improve consistency of the first tea.
Optionally, the herb schedule for this phase can be limited to this one tea. Following the rest of the herb schedule for proliferative requires more balance and paying attention to hormonal signs.
Rest of proliferative phase
For the rest of this phase, the following can be eaten depending on signs:
- 2 to a handful of sunflower seeds
- about 10 sesame seeds
- phyto-progestins including: olive oil, coconut oil, saw palmetto or wild yam
When estrogenic signs, including breast elongation or headache occur, take a teaspoon of olive or coconut oil. Sunflower seed and minimal sesame can also be taken with this.
When either progestogenic or androgenic signs occur, such as breast widening, take 2 sunflower seeds and 5 to 10 sesame seeds.
Improve timing of olive/coconut oil, sesame and sunflower to when elongation occurs, and try to take it before. As long as androgenic symptoms are high, wait to take olive/coconut oil. When androgenic and progestogenic signs are high, sunflower can be taken. Perhaps, sunflower can't be taken way later after androgenic signs rise too high.
Limit sesame to a minimum of 5 seed to about a maximum of 10 seeds, for no matter how much sunflower is are used. Sunflower can be helpful for increasing estrogen response, and for maintaining proliferative. Barley and flax (has replaced sunflower before, and) can likely replace sunflower here.
If fennel is used as a phyto-progestin.
It is important that there's an indication of mucus (which shows evidence of estrogen production by the follicle) before using fennel. Too much fennel, even ½ seed at a time, can cause menses to restart.
Fennel seed must be used in a minimal amount at a time. If you can do so safely, cut a fennel seed in half, so less is used per day/tea. Partition a tea that includes fennel for several uses. For instance, a cup of tea would be taken 1/4 or 1/2 at a time for a few days.
A previous suggestion had adding ½ fennel seed to the first tea, if this tea was missed on the first day of proliferative.
For the rest of proliferative phase, the tea to take is: ½ fennel seed, 2 sunflower seeds and 5 to 10 sesame seeds. This tea can only be repeated when breast shape changes from wide to longer. The latest suggestion is for (about a cup of) prepared tea to be divided for use 2 to 4 times. The idea is to take as little fennel as possible, and to make the most gains with the right proportion of other herbs and the body's hormone balance.
A teaspoon of unrefined olive or coconut oil can be used in place of ½ fennel seed.
Possible topical use
Unrefined olive or coconut oil could possibly be used topically on the bust while there's breast elongation for the rest of proliferative phase. It would be easy for topical olive and coconut to be overused for this phase.
Use of topical flaxseed oil would easily cause an imbalance here. Please avoid it for this phase. Edible sunflower and sesame seeds in small amounts is plenty.
It's better to avoid topical use on hips, because the effects on hips may be imbalanced, and not be representative on effects internally.
If you've had hormone imbalances in the past, avoid topical oils for this phase.
There was some difficulty determining phase. Maca taken during the last menses phase, caused some setbacks. The first tea of proliferative didn't cause growth. Another tea of 1/2 fennel seed, 1 fenugreek seed, sunflower and sesame caused breast shrinking. There was some spotting. Then, an indication of mucus, helped determine it to be proliferative phase. Fenugreek used during proliferative, after the follicle started producing enough estrogen, is what likely caused minor shrinking.
The program continued for proliferative. There was growth from repeated use of: 10 sesame seeds, varying sunflower seeds and 1 to 2 teaspoons of olive oil at a time. 1 to 50 sunflower seeds can be used at a time, depending on signs. Later, minimal wild yam was added to this. When there was bloating, another dose was taken, and there was growth from this. There was a lot of mucus production as well. When bloating or acne occurs during this phase, more sunflower seed is needed, along with 10 sesame seeds, and minimal amounts of phytoprogestin.
Towards the end of proliferative, she took large amounts of sunflower, and breast width lessened, while length may have gotten longer. Then, she took a lower amount of sunflower, and width returned. A minimal amount of wild yam was used as the phyto-progestin here.
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