Breast Enhancement Pills and The Benefits and Risks
In recent years, the idea of using herbal pills to increase women’s breast cup sizes has grown dramatically. It is fast becoming a cheaper, and allegedly safer alternative to breast enlargement surgery. There are many shops and websites that promote these types of products, even big retail stores on the high street; however while some claim that the pills have been successful, there are many critics of this method and are not entirely reliable.
The main idea behind breast enhancement/enlargement pills is that they are made from herbs that contain a higher concentration of hormones, called phyto oestrogens. These chemicals are claimed to stimulate the oestrogens in the breast tissue, and “trick” the body into thinking the person is pregnant – producing more oestrogen as the body would in pregnancy – thus allegedly increasing breast size and a fuller shape. The manufacturers believe that there are no other side effects that relate themselves to pregnancy (for example, lactation), and they claim that the herbal course of pills can make the enlargement 85-90% permanent.
The pills are intended to be used over a course of months, to ensure the best success of the herbal course and to help the breast enhancement have a higher chance of staying permanent. Any pill that guarantees a rapid change is unrealistic, and probably a hoax. However, in the bigger picture (especially in the medical world) the results are debatable. Although there are testimonies of women who say they have had successful results, there have not been enough clinical trials to assume the herbal remedies actually have a profound effect on breast enhancement and enlargement. The lack of clinical trials have also not alerted customers of the herbal pills’ potential health dangers – even though at the moment, there doesn’t seem to be any extensive risks from taking the pills.
Benefits of herbal pills for breast enhancement are at first sight, obvious – if the course of pills is successful, women can potentially feel more confident with larger breasts. However, there have also been reported relief from pre-menstrual symptoms such as PMS, and also the feeling of general wellbeing from taking herbs to supplement the person’s diet – for example, the Fenugreek herb (often taken by women for its alleged breast enhancing properties) is also meant to improve general women’s health, and help reduce symptoms of the menopause as well as other common problems such as acid reflux. Also, herbal pills are generally considered to be safer than undergoing the costly, and potentially dangerous surgery of a breast enlargement, under the knife.
On the other hand, there are still noted risks those women who are considering taking breast-enhancing pills should take into account. Firstly, the most prominent factor is that the pills may work for one individual, and not for another. On a more serious level, allergies to the pills is a possibility, so it is often recommended to seek medical advice before attempting to take a course of the breast enhancing pills. While the herbal remedy is a safer, and much cheaper option, a breast enlargement surgery is more accurate and rapid – whereas those taking the pills may be left feeling disappointed with the results, and left feeling hoodwinked. There are many hoax companies out there who sell similar products, so it is essential to research the companies selling breast enhancement products before committing to buying any particular brand.