Breast Health

Written by Stacy Chbosky
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During the last decade, regular, everyday people began to appreciate the powerful effect herbs can have on the body. Of course, people have been using herbs for thousands of years to promote healing and health. With the rise of mainstream medicine and the prevalence of synthetic drugs, however, natural remedies fell distinctly out of favor. Twenty years ago, if someone told you to chew on a root to ward off a headache or drink herbal tea to fight off bronchitis, you probably would have looked at him as if he were crazy.

The Rise of Herbal Remedies

Today, everyday people take herbs for a variety of reasons. They may take melatonin to help them fall asleep on a red eye flight. They might take St. John's Wort to lift their spirits and fight depression. They might take fenugreek, hops or a combination of herbal phytoestrogens to promote breast health.

In addition to fenugreek and hops, women throughout the world enhance their breast health by taking fennel, saw palmetto, thistle, Mexican wild yam, kelp and dong quai, among others. In America, most women choose to take pills that combine many of these herbs, rather than creating their own formula by themselves or with the help of an herbalist.

In addition to promoting health, these pills have the added benefit of enlarging and firming the breasts. Many women find that, in addition to enlarging their breasts and improving their mass, the pills increase their sex drive. The combination of effects can lead to better self-esteem and a more youthful looking body.


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