Non-surgical Breast Enhancing


non surgical breast enhancement

non surgical breast enhancement

Unlike toxic forms of estrogen derived from pregnant mares (eg Premarin) that are linked with reproductive cancers and increased risk of heart disease, these herbs appear to direct the body’s hormone metabolism into safe benign forms that are modestly stimulatory but not carcinogenic. They also displace toxic forms of estrogen by occupying cell receptor sites on reproductive tissues.

These herbs are frequently combined together with other estrogenic plants such as barley malt, buckwheat, rye, saw palmetto and fennel in dietary supplements that women use to improve breast size or rejuvenate other estrogen sensitive tissues. Although estrogenic, the herbs direct the body’s estrogen metabolism in a safe direction and represent a less toxic alternative to toxic hormone therapy used by cis-and transgender women.


Fenugreek

Trigonella foenum graecum or fenugreek is widely cultivated in Asia, Africa and Mediterranean countries for the edible and medicinal values of its seeds. Earlier reports show that fenugreek seeds provide a mastogenic effect, resulting in enhanced breast size.

The study investigated the effect of fenugreek seeds in breast cancer cells and to assess its capacity as an alternative to hormone replacement therapy (HRT). “Our study provided the evidence for estrogenic activities of fenugreek seeds. Further in vitro and in vivo studies could demonstrate its suitability as an alternative to HRT.”

Hops
Humulus lupulus L. (hops) is a dietary supplement used by women as a sleep aid and for postmenopausal symptom relief. In addition to its efficacy for menopausal symptoms, hops can also modulate the toxic estrogen production and may protect women from breast cancer. “These data show that the hop extract and 6-PN preferentially enhance the nontoxic estrogen 2-hydroxylation pathway… which further emphasizes the importance of standardization of botanical extracts to multiple chemical markers for both safety and desired bioactivity.”

Pueraria mirifica
Miroestrol (MR) is a potent phytoestrogen from the tuberous root of Pueraria mirifica, a highly estrogenic plant used in traditional Thai medicine that is claimed to have rejuvenating effects on the uterus and breast issues. In this study, the effects of MR on the antioxidant system and uterus were determined. MR improved the antioxidant activities of superoxide dismutase and catalase in the livers and uteri. “Therefore, the use of MR as an alternative hormone replacement therapy might be beneficial due to its ability to improve antioxidation systems.

Sreeja S, Anju VS, Sreeja S. In vitro estrogenic activities of fenugreek Trigonella foenum graecum seeds. Indian J Med Res. 2010 Jun;131:814-9.
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