Achieve natural breast enlargement for yourself by understanding the latest science about breast development and herb properties. Successful breast enlargement has been achieved from using the information throughout this website, including the offered free ebook, super-bazongas.pdf.
Learn about the other hormone types that work with estrogens that achieve breast development, and learn about the phytohormones contained in botanicals that regulate or mimic serum hormones. In the right combinations, certain herbs will influence growth, if further breast enhancement is possible. The optimal time to try herbal breast enhancement is during fertility age. Read the free ebook to see the hormonal properties, timing and required proportions of asparagus (Shatavari), clover, fennel, fenugreek, hops, lavender, spearmint, chasteberry and other herbs that assist with bust enlargement. Blog contains updates.
Bubblemelon (Rocketmelon) was inspired by Emily Loretta [she had a blog that went by bignaturalbreastsgrowth at Blogspot]. Emily Loretta went by Bubblebra and LaceyRa on Breastnexus. Bubblebra was in turn inspired by Cheryl1989's forums.
I was unaware of her program during much of my research, which started afterwards. Bubblebra had already completed her program before Rocketmelon began a successful program.
Successful natural breast enlargement from last year, during the time I assisted Bubblemelon with her NBE program. [Bubblemelon brought a lot to her program, and she received additional help from the Breast Nexus community as well.] She used various methods, including breast pumping. However, herbal methods were most effective. Her plan used Pueraria. In one version of the ebook, I tried to substitute that herb, but mis-estimated the proportions to do so.
The first picture is from August 2014, and the later picture is from June 2015.
When suggesting botanicals for breast health, breast enhancement and related purposes, I try to choose the ones that have anticarcinogenic or antitumor properties. There is more information available on botanicals that were tested to make cancerous cells grow, while sometimes this also causes growth for healthy cells. I avoid recommending botanicals based on results from studies that show them stimulating unhealthy cells. Despite choosing botanicals with anticarcinogenic properties towards their target, or botanicals from studies on healthy cells, a hormone imbalance is a cancer risk.
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