Botanical Breast Enhancement: Guide

Shatavari01 herbal breast enlargement program

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Shatavari, Asparagus

This program investigates whether shatavari (Asparagus) and related asparagus roots or tubers are a suitable fenugreek replacement for breast enhancement. On paper: shatavari, fenugreek and suma have similar properties, but potential variations in could limit them to different times.

Shatavari root has been used before as a replacement to fenugreek and worked for bust enhancement before, but the notes on the menstrual phase and time of phase weren't as well maintained then. Shatavari has worked in addition to fenugreek as well. This substitution was used on the premise of similar actions described in research papers and that their phytoconstituents are under similar hormone categories.

This program also looks at if unrelated suma (Hebanthe) is also a suitable fenugreek replacement. Suma has not been seen in practice as a fenugreek replacement. A suma program could potentially split off in the future.

This is a composite herb program without current BCP use for starting natural 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.

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 amount will be 1 whole seed, or an equivalent amount to 1 fenugreek or barley seed.

Menses

There's only 1 herb dose to [try] for the first or maybe second day of menstruation. Then, take a break for the rest of menses, unless hormone balance is needed. Breast massage and eat apples if menses is heavy or prolonged.

Like other programs, except replacing 1 fenugreek seed with an approximate equal sized piece of asparagus root.

If a hormonal supplement is taken, it must be taken with this.

In theory, shatavari root can be taken with minimal hops, spearmint and sunflower as tea only once at the beginning of menses.

Proliferative

Here, asparagus root would only be tried only for the first day of proliferative, as a [potential] replacement for fenugreek.

In theory, shatavari root can be taken with spearmint and sunflower as tea only once during the beginning of proliferative, before mucus starts.

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.

Secretory

Whether a minimal amount of asparagus root or suma can substitute fenugreek for secretory.

In theory, shatavari root can be taken with minimal hops, spearmint and sunflower as tea only once at the beginning of secretory.

Premenstrual

Whether a minimal amount of asparagus root can substitute fenugreek for premenstrual.