My first exposure to herbs that could grow breasts, were when I worked at a health food shop, that sold a European product that was RAVED about. Customers would come into the stores, beeline for the product, and wink at me. “It works!,” they would say, as they would scamper off to the checkout.
This had me curious. When I inspected the product, I discovered that they had indeed clinical studies from Europe (translated from German to English) to support the product working. The online database of websites was a different story…. there seemed to be FAR MORE experience-based users of breast-enhancement herbs, than there was research itself. In other words, pretty and not-so-pretty before and after photos of women. “WOW,” I thought…. “there’s got to be something to this!
6 years later, after self experimentation and sharing the herbs with close friends who would give me their honest feedback (and photos), I came to the following conclusion: Breast-enhancement herbs exist, and can give VOLUPTUOUS results, but good luck finding many English-translated articles that will support the claims.
Here is one of the articles that I have found to help support the reasoning behind why these herbs can work:
Trigonella foenum-graecum (Fenugreek) has a long history as a breast enlarger and contains diosgenin which is used to make synthetic estrogen. It has been found to promote the growth of new breast cells and increase the size and fullness of the breasts. Of all the herbs used for breast enlargement, Trigonella foenum-graecum has the highest concentrations of the effective plant compounds. Diosgenin, a steroid sapogenin is the starting compound for over 60% of the total steroid production by the pharmaceutical industry. Other sapogenins found in fenugreek seed include yamogenin, gitogenin, tigogenin, and neotigogens.