Using Fenugreek To Increase Breast Size Naturally At Home

Small breasts, medium breasts, large breasts, etc, are all fine but if you are a woman with small breasts and feel that small breasts are not “you” or do not suit your body type and are looking for effective tips on how to increase breast size naturally at home, there are various herbs, foods, exercises, etc, that can help you go up a cup size or two naturally. One of the most talked about herbs used for this purpose as well as many other purposes is fenugreek. Find out about this breast growing herb below.

What is so great about fenugreek?

Also known as Greek hay, foenu greek and fenigreek, the seeds of this plant have been used for many centuries by the Egyptians, Greeks, Romans, Chinese, etc, in many herbal concoctions. Some of Fenugreek’s current uses that are supported by modern science include;

a. Diabetes

In some studies in India, research participants with Type 2 diabetes who consumed a certain amount of powdered fenugreek seeds on a daily basis were able to lower their blood sugar levels.

b. Cholesterol

In various studies over several months, it was shown that participants with high cholesterol were able to reduce their high cholesterol levels after daily consumption of the powdered seeds.

c. Arthritis

Fenugreek has been shown by some studies to contain anti-inflammatory properties which helps to support the traditional use of Fenugreek for treating arthritis and other inflammatory diseases.

d. Women’s Health Issues

Diosgenin which is a compound found in fenugreek seeds is similar to the female hormone estrogen. An estrogen dominant state in women can lead to all sorts of gynecological issues as well as weight gain and water retention. When fenugreek seeds are consumed by women with various gynecological issues, the diosgenin helps to regulate and prevent an estrogen dominant state.

It is water soluble and is easily eliminated by the body. Fenugreek also helps with the elimination of mucus and toxins in the pelvis helping to prevent conditions that may arise due to these toxins and excess mucus. Every woman especially those going through menopause, with fibroids, ovarian cysts, etc, should really consume fenugreek on a regular basis to promote gynecological health. In the Middle East, many women also consume the seeds in order to increase milk production in breast feeding mothers.

e. Other uses also include being used to alleviate sore throat, to heal wounds, boils, rashes, coughs, etc.

Increasing Breast Size Naturally at Home with Fenugreek

When a young girl reaches puberty and starts to grow breasts, the female sex hormone estrogen is the main hormone responsible for breast growth but by the time the young lady reaches the age of 18 or 19, the action of estrogen relating to breast growth stops. If you ended up with small breasts, there is nothing you can do to make the estrogen produced by your body to continue increasing your breasts after this period.

One of the ways to increase your breasts naturally at home is with the use of certain herbs and plants that contain a property known as phytoestrogen which is similar to the estrogen produced by the body. By adding these phytoestrogens to your body, you can help trigger breast growth. Fenugreek is one of the herbs that contains this phyto(plant) estrogen – diosgenin – that was mentioned above. This compound mimics the action of estrogen in the body and can help to increase your breast size either alone or in combination with other herbs that contain phytoestrogens.

This ability of fenugreek to increase breast size was first noticed among Arab women who not only consume the roasted fenugreek seeds to increase milk production but to also increase breast size.

In addition to using the seeds, it has been observed that diosgenin is contained in greater amounts in the fenugreek sprouts when compared to the amounts in unsprouted seeds. So if you are trying to make your breasts grow bigger naturally, you may consider using the sprouts although using the seeds is still beneficial. You can also use fenugreek oil during a breast massage which allows for better and faster absorption by the breasts.

Source by Anna Knight

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I have a BSc and a Master's degree in human nutrition and is a registered nutritionist in San Francisco. I started out as a writer for Authority Nutrition in 2015 and transitioned over to some guaranteed health websites in 2017. Now I manage topic selection and medical review of all health content. I love sharing articles about healthy living, traveling and enjoying quality time with friends and family. I stay fit and healthy by playing with my three kids, preparing and eating healthy food and doing CrossFit.

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