HI THERE, Cecil!
There are several problems with your article on herbal supplements –
and several very valid points.
First, and most important I think, is that you are fairly correct in saying that most born women are NOT likely to benefit from herbal breast enhancement products. The way the money back guarantees for these products is written, should indicate that most users will not get results.
One ultimate determinant for breast size for any human being, is a person’s own unique genetics.
This is the genetic code – the genetic road map – each of us is born with.
Some people have genetics for being tall, some for being short…
Some for being beautiful, some for being less than beautiful…
Some people have the genetics for a large penis, some for a more normal size, some for a smaller one
And some humans have the genetic pre-disposition for large breasts, and some for small breasts.
Not every born woman will have “B” or “C” cup breasts,
the same as not every born man will have a 6-9 inch penis.
It is just a fact of life.
My sense of breast development is,
along with 15 years of experience working in this field,
is that most born women between the ages of puberty and menopause,
have a significant estrogen surge once each month, naturally.
If this surge in estrogen each month,
which can last from seven to 20 days,
is not sufficient to grow significant breasts, then it is not likely that anything herbal is going to help her breast growth either.
The other part of Cecil’s answer that I have a problem with, is the stuff about phytoestrogens.
This “weaker estrogens” taking away cell receptors from the stronger natural estrogens, is junk science,
not true but commonly believed.
Phyto-estrogenic is something a plant is,
not something a plant has or produces.
There are psuedo-estrogens which will do this “taking away cell receptors” – these are chemical mimics from industrial pollution.
Psuedo estrogen, not phyto estrogen.
And Cecil is clearly wrong in his statement that phyto- or psuedo- estrogens would make the breasts smaller.
Phyto estrogenic herbs are NOT estrogen – they are food items,
just like lettuce and cherries for example are food items.
The human body processes ingested food items – including phytoestrogenic herbs – into chemicals and bio-molecules and even into actual hormones which the human body needs, in order to function and to survive.
That phytoestrogenic herbs can also be used successfully to create actual estrogen, is seen in that these, taken properly, can produce enough estrogen to reduce and to eliminate PMS and menopause symptoms.
So the bottom line is this:
Can herbs be used to grow breasts?
Yes, but growth only up to the point of a person’s unique genetic abilities.
If a woman has already reached her genetic potential, adding herbs will not likely increase her breast size.
Can supplemental hormones, drug or herbal based, be used to help a born woman to have larger breasts?
Not likely – or Premarin for breast development would be as popular as Viagra, Cialis, etc. is for temporary penis growth.
I hope this all helps…