Common Natural Ingredients For Breast Enhancement

Wild Yam Extract

Wild yam extract has long been used as a tonic for women’s health.  It’s benefits include being nourishing to the reproductive system as well as beneficial to the nervous, urinary and respiratory systems.  Wild yam contains plant hormones which balance the effects of fenugreek to help stimulate breast tissue production.

There are very few known side effects to wild yam extract.  These include stomach discomfort and skin rash in rare cases.  There may be some interference with birth control pills, although the dosage in the supplements is relatively low.

Wild Yam

Pacific Kelp

Pacific kelp is a common seaweed that is high in iodine, which helps the thyroid gland regulate metabolism and weight.  It is an important ingredient in breast enhancement supplements as it helps counteract any weight gain that may be a side effect of hormonal changes.

There are no known side effects of kelp, but you should avoid it if you are suffering from thyroid disease.

Pacific Kelp


Damiana is a plant native to Mexico and the southern U.S.  It is widely used as an aphrodisiac and sexual stimulant.  It has plant compounds similar to progesterone.  Damiana has a tonic effect on the nervous and hormonal system, which helps promote breast enhancement.

The only side effects of damiana I could find are rare cases of indigestion and insomnia.


Dong Quai

Dong quai is an ancient Asian medicine that has a balancing effect on the female hormonal system.  It is the predominant female tonic in Chinese medicine and has been used to help with PMS and menopause.  It is believed to promote progesterone synthesis, which helps with breast growth.

It is important to note dong quai can accelerate the spread of breast cancer cells.  If you have family history or any risk factors for breast cancer, you should avoid it.  It should also not be used by women taking warfarin (blood thinners).

Dong Quai

Motherwort Extract (AKA Mother’s Wart Extract)

Mother’s wart extract…there’s an appetizing name!  Despite the grossness of its name, motherwort is a fascinating herb. It grows in both Europe and Asia and has been used for generations on both continents despite their general differences in approach to medicine.

Motherwort increases blood circulation and stimulates tissue development, making it a useful addition to a breast enhancement supplement.

Excessive amounts of motherwort can cause diarrhea and stomach upset.  This occurs in amounts in excess of 100x what you would find in a dosage of breast enhancement supplement.


Black Cohosh

Black cohosh is a plant in the buttercup family that grows in the eastern and central U.S.  It is a traditional Native American remedy for many women’s health conditions.  It has long been used to treat menopausal symptoms such as vaginal dryness and night sweats.

It is another ingredient that mimics estrogen in the body to stimulate breast growth.

Black cohosh taken in excess can cause headaches, nausea and dizziness.  Excessive amounts have been linked to liver damage, although there has been no proof of that.  The amounts in these supplements are minimal.

Black Cohosh Root

Oat Grass (AKA Oat Straw)

Oat grass extract has been used throughout Europe for centuries as a nervous system tonic and to increase vigor and stamina.  It’s addition to these supplements contributes to an overall sense of wellbeing.  It has no known side effects.

Oat Grass

Blessed Thistle

Blessed thistle is found mainly in Europe and Asia.  It is known to aid in digestion and blood circulation, which helps the rest of the ingredients in the supplement work more efficiently.  It is also a know hormone balance in its own right.

Rare allergic reaction is the only known side effect to taking blessed thistle.

Blessed Thistle

Hops Extract

Hops are traditionally used to treat insomnia and to help with anxiety.  They contain phytoestrogens and have beneficial effects on the female endocrine system.

Possible side effects can include drowsiness and allergic reaction if you are allergic to peanuts.


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