According to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons , breast augmentation was the number one cosmetic surgical procedure performed in Over , women chose to go under the knife in order to achieve bigger breasts. While many women find breast augmentation surgery an appealing option, it does not come without risk. Women used everyday herbs to improve their breast health and development long before elective surgery was an option. While the results are not instant, using herbs to promote breast health has many advantages.
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After the Viagra miracle for the male anatomy, a Dutch herbal remedy company claims to have developed a pill that gives women a 'natural' breast enhancement. Natural Push-Up contains plant-derived oestrogen, phyto-oestrogen, which stimulates the milk ducts, promoting breast growth. Ds Pharma, the manufacturer, claims the product is 'totally natural' and therefore safe. But Professor Tony Moffat, chief scientific adviser for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society, warned: 'This product is being marketed without any scientific evidence whatsoever. If there is enough phyto-oestrogen to stimulate breast growth, then all sorts of other dangerous side effects might occur, such as problems with the menstrual cycle. Ds Pharma said more than 20, women in Holland are using the product. In Britain the first women to complete a course claim to have seen their breasts increase by up to three cup sizes.
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