Botanical Breast Enhancement: Guide

Pueraria/Kudzu based herbal breast enlargement program


Pueraria; kudzu

This is a composite herb program without current BCP use for starting breast sizes from B to E, until G. Programs that continue on can offer updates or continue on under a separate program. This program is also descriptive of those without major hormone imbalances, and of those not underweight.

It will be seen if a minimal amount of kudzu (Pueraria) is that mint substitute for each phase except proliferative.

If BCP is to be used with kudzu (Pueraria), they should be used together for the first dose of either menses or secretory. Most herb combinations including with kudzu are not expected to work successfully a second time during menses.

Pueraria [anecdotally] seems to have ERα antagonizing properties that spearmint has. It is also directly estrogenic, so it cannot be used every time spearmint can be used. Kudzu is not expected to work during proliferative phase, because it is too estrogenic. In theory, spearmint can be used during times and with combinations where Pueraria can't. Kudzu isn't expected to work when there's breast swelling, unless likely it's during secretory. This herb in theory should only be tried for the first dose of menses and secretory phase. Kudzu should likely be treated as spearmint and clover put together, limiting it to times when clover and spearmint could only work.

A seed containing lignans or a lignan seed includes sunflower, barley, rye, pumpkin, sesame or flax. Flax seed is more powerful, so herb program should start out with other lignan seeds, for menses and premenstrual phases. Usually the measurement of 1 seed will be used, except for a sesame seed, which may be too small an amount.

A minimal and each 1 part amount will be 1 whole seed, or an equivalent amount to 1 fenugreek or barley seed.


The following tea is only expected to work, if taken no later than the first day of menses. Then, take a break for the rest of menses. It cannot be taken later than any hormonal supplement.

[In theory,] tea of: 2 fenugreek seeds, minimal pueraria, varying hops and 1 lignan seed.

Massage breasts and eat apples if menses is heavy or prolonged.

Herb combinations containing clover have increased menses. Pueraria could likely do the same here.

Hops lowers menses, and it is to be seen whether hops should be included or subtracted from the rest of this herb combination. It should likely be included to provide consistency.

In theory, phyto-progesterone should be higher than phytoestrogen. Hops or pueraria are more likely work when used only once for the first day of menses. If a phyto-progesterone herb is repeated, then a tea containing 1 fenugreek seed must be retaken every time acne occurs for menses.

For the first day of menses, in theory, tea of: 1 fenugreek seed, rice-grain size of pueraria and 1 sunflower seed. If hops were to be used with this, it would be a rice-grain sized amount. Whether to add a rice-grain size of wild yam would depend upon the body's ability to produce estrogen. The addition of hops to pueraria would likely require a rice-grain size of wild yam. Too much wild yam is likely to cause temporary growth, then a decrease in width, afterwards.


Kudzu (Pueraria) is expected to cause bust and hip shrinkage [for this phase], because its properties are too estrogenic.

For all of proliferative: thistles, clover, hops and likely pueraria can't be used, because they are primarily estrogenic.

Fenugreek is also estrogenic, but it has just the right balance of progestogenic properties to be used on the first day of proliferative, before mucus starts.

See proliferative01 for the herb program of this phase.

Take a break for ovulation.


The first day of secretory will include [in theory] minimal amounts each of: fenugreek, kudzu, hops and a lignan [sunflower, barley, flax or rye seed].

Secretory is more tolerant of herb variations than menses, so hops should be included here.