Bovine Ovary, Pueraria Mirifica or BOTH?
Both bovine ovary supplements and pueraria mirifica pills are great ways to naturally grow your breasts.
So taking BOTH of them at the same time must result in astounding boob-age, right?
Well, not exactly.
Each of these breast enhancement methods are incredibly powerful in their own right – but together, they can do your body more harm than good. To understand why, it’d be good to go over how each of the methods work.
Bovine ovary for breast enhancement is a form of glandular therapy. Instead of supplying your body with extra hormones to induce breast growth, the bovine glandulars work to stimulate your pituitary gland – your body’s major hormone regulator – so you can produce your own hormones to promote breast growth and an overall curvier figure.
Pueraria mirifica, on the other hand, helps you grow bigger breasts by providing your body with extra hormones in the form of phytoestrogens. And these phytoestrogens found in Pueraria mirifica root are potent.
Miroestrol, the phytoestrogen found in PM, is 3,000 times stronger than the phytoestrogens measured in soy isoflavones and at least 1,000 times stronger than the phytoestrogens found in red clover. By taking Pueraria Mirifica pills, you’re essentially supplying your body with the strongest, most potent phytoestrogens currently available.
If you were to take both bovine ovary supplements and Pueraria mirifica pills at the same time, you would be supplying your body with more hormones than it may be able to handle.
The bovine ovary supplements will already be stimulating your body to re-release breast-growth-promoting hormones such as estrogen and progesterone. On top of that, the Pueraria mirifica pills would be adding their own potent phytoestrogens to the mix.
The last thing you want to do is overwhelm and inundate your body with an unnecessarily heavy dose of hormones. At best, it will be unnecessary and at worst, the extra hormones will cause hormonal imbalance that will ultimately do more harm than good.
Don’t sacrifice your body or your hormonal well-being out of impatience. Slow and steady may be frustrating, but it does win the race. Happy growing 🙂