The herbal blends in Breast Actives pills and cream are designed to enhance your system and reactivate your mammary glands to develop the breast tissue that increases your bust, similar to puberty.
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Action of the Breast Actives Ingredients
There are estrogen receptor sites within female breasts. As girls go through puberty, these receptor sites are stimulated by the female hormone, estrogen, and this cause mammogenesis, or the development of the mammary glands and the consequent growth of boobs.
The active ingredients in Breast Actives pills and cream are certain substances known as phytoestrogens, which are found in specific certain plants and herbs. These compounds are very similar in structure and action to estrogen and, therefore, they can stimulate the estrogen receptors in the breasts to initiate further growth.
Thereby, Breast Actives creates further growth of the mammary glands and the enhancement of breasts, in the same manner as when girls go through puberty.
Phytoestrogen studies have shown that these compounds can significantly enlarge the size of female breasts.
Herbal data indicates that Saw Palmetto, Fenugreek, Wild Yam and Fennel seed contain the highest levels of phytoestrogens, phyto-nutrients and diosgenin. These phyto-nutrients are mild but effective and have many health benefits.
Several chemical and environmental toxins will mimic estrogen and attach to the receptor sites, slowing the growth process. Our herbs also contain plant nutrients to help wash these toxins from the system, aiding in healthy breast tissue development.
The Breast Actives Exercise Program
This revolutionary and unique exercise program, which has been specifically developed to help those who have small or out of shape breasts, improves the health, tone and shape of the breasts in a natural manner. Exceptional results have been reported by delighted, satisfied users in a very short period of time! You’ll also receive breast health advice and learn everything you wanted to know about breast care…and much more!
Over your lifetime your breasts sag and shrink with age. This can begin as early as 25 years of age. So even if everything is fine now, things do change. The significant benefits you can achieve with the program is enough to justify starting right away.
How Long Does Breast Breast Actives Take To Work?
For most women, the reactivation of the mammary glands and the development of breast tissue takes five to eight weeks, although you may experience fullness and firmness in as little as four weeks. Near the end of the first two months, while entering the third month, is when cup size growth begins, anywhere from a 1/2 cup to 2 cups, and with continued use, even 3 cups.
Some women will experience growth within this time frame, other women will experience growth outside this time frame. Differences in metabolism and body chemistry can affect how quickly and effectively these herbs will work for you. The level needed varies from person to person.
Additional Health Benefits for Women from Phytoestrogens
Phytoestrogens have properties that act like estrogen. That’s why they can relieve you from uncomfortable menopause symptoms. Phytoestrogens help fight against the following symptoms:
- Night sweats
- Mood swings
- Vaginal dryness
- Sagging breast
- Sexual disinterest
- Weight gain
- Memory and concentration problems
- Hot flashes
- Fibrocystic lumps
- Night sweats
- Painful intercourse
- Heart Palpitations
- Hair Changes
- Heavy Bleeding
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