Breastone TM

Breastone is a revolutionary blend of organically grown herbs that safely and effectively help enhance women's breast size by increasing the amount of cells in the mammary glands. The natural combination of herbal ingredients found in Breastone may stimulate changes in the concentration of these hormones, increase the level of GF compounds and result in natural breast augmentation through the development of breast tissue!! 

 

Ingredients

Dong Quai (Angelica Sinensis), Dong quai is an aromatic herb that grows in China, Korea, and Japan. The reputation of Don quai is second only to Ginseng and is considered the ultimate, all-purpose woman's tonic herb. It is used for almost every gynecological complaint from regulating the menstrual cycle to treating menopausal symptoms caused by hormonal changes.

Dong quai contains vitamins E, A and B12. Researchers have isolated at least six coumarin derivatives that exert antispasmodic and vasodilatory effects. Antispasmodics are a remedy for menstrual cramps. The essential oil in dong quai contains Ligustilide, butylphthalide and numerous other minor components. Ferulic acid and various polysaccharides are also found in dong quai's root. These elements can prevent spasms, reduce blood clotting and relax peripheral blood vessels. Research has shown that don quai produces a balancing effect on estrogen activity.

Chasteberry Root (Agnus Castus),  Vitex contains several different constituents, including flavonoids, iridoid glycosides, and terpenoids. The whole fruit extract, rather than one of its individual constituents, appears to be necessary for the medicinal activity of vitex. Vitex does not contain hormones. The benefits of vitex stem from its actions upon the pituitary gland?specifically on the production of a hormone called luteinizing hormone (LH). This indirectly increases progesterone production and helps regulate the menstrual cycle. Vitex also keeps prolactin secretion in check. The ability to decrease mildly elevated prolactin levels may benefit some infertile women as well as some women with breast tenderness associated with premenstrual syndrome (PMS).

Hops (Humulus Lupuius), Hops are high in bitter substances. The two primary bitter constituents are known as humulone and lupulone. These are thought to be responsible for the appetite-stimulating properties of hops. Hops also contain about 1?3% volatile oils. Hops have been shown to have mild sedative properties; although the mechanism is unclear. some herbal preparations for insomnia combine hops with more potent sedative herbs, such as valerian. Hops also contain phytoestrogens that bind estrogen receptors in test tube studies but are thought to have only mild estrogen-like actions.

Black Cohosh (Cimicufuga racemosa), Native Americans valued the herb and used it for many conditions, ranging from gynecological problems to rattlesnake bites. Some 19th century American physicians used black cohosh for fever, menstrual cramps, arthritis, and insomnia. Black cohosh contains several ingredients, including triterpene glycosides (e.g., acetin and 27-deoxyactein) and isoflavones (e.g., formononetin). Other constituents include aromatic acids, tannins, resins, fatty acids, starches, and sugars.

Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale), Dandelion is commonly used as a food. The leaves are used in salads and teas, while the roots are sometimes used as a coffee substitute. Dandelion leaves and roots have been used for hundreds of years to treat liver, gallbladder, kidney, and joint problems. The primary constituents responsible for dandelion?s action on the digestive system and liver are the bitter principles. Previously referred to as taraxacin, these constituents are sesquiterpene lactones of the eudesmanolide and germacranolide type, and are unique to dandelion. Dandelion is also a rich source of vitamins and minerals. The leaves have a high content of vitamin A as well as moderate amounts of vitamin D, vitamin C, various B vitamins, iron, silicon, magnesium, zinc, and manganese.

Blessed Thistle (Cnicus benedictus), In Europe, Blessed Thistle gained a reputation as a cure all, and was even believed to have fought off the black plague.  The plant originated in southern Europe, but is now cultivated throughout the continent. Blessed thistle is also used for female type problems including: painful menstruation and associated headache.

Wild Yam (Dioscorea Villosa), It was used for gastrointestinal upset, nerve pain, and morning sickness. Eventually, it was discovered that the saponins from wild yam could be converted industrially into cortisone, estrogens, and progesterone-like compounds. Wild yam and other plants with similar constituents continue to be a source for these drugs.

Red Raspberry,   Herbalists to treat diarrhea have used raspberry leaves. In traditional herbalism and midwifery, red raspberry has been connected to female health, including pregnancy. It was considered a remedy for excessive menstrual flow (menorrhagia) and as a ?partus prepartor,? or an agent used during pregnancy to help prevent complications.

MotherWort (Leonurus cardiaca), The use of motherwort is practically the same in European folk medicine and traditional Chinese herbal medicine. It was widely used to regulate menses and to treat associated conditions. It was also considered a helpful diuretic and heart-strengthening herb by herbalists in both cultures, particularly to alleviate heart palpitations associated with anxiety attacks. Europeans used motherwort as a sedative as well.

Fenugreek (Trigonella foenumgraecum) Fenugreek seeds contain alkaloids (mainly trigonelline) and protein high in lysine and L-tryptophan. Its steroidal saponins (diosgenin, yamogenin, tigogenin, and neotigogenin) and mucilaginous fiber are thought to account for many of the beneficial effects of fenugreek. The steroidal saponins are thought to inhibit cholesterol absorption and synthesis, while the fiber may help lower blood sugar levels. One human study found that fenugreek could help lower cholesterol and blood sugar levels in people with moderate atherosclerosis and non-insulin-dependent (type 2) diabetes. 

Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare), The major constituents, which include the terpenoid anethole, are found in the volatile oil. Anethole and other terpenoids inhibit spasms in smooth muscles, such as those in the intestinal tract, and this is thought to contribute to fennel?s use as a carminative (gas-relieving and gastrointestinal tract cramp-relieving agent). 

Damiana (Turnera diffusa), Damiana has also been regarded historically as an important folk medicine in Mexico, often used to support treatments of sterility, impotence, diabetes, bladder infection and asthma. Damiana is also said to possess mild sedative qualities, able to induce a state of relaxation and to aid in falling asleep.

Licorice (Liquiritia officinalis),  Licorice has a long and highly varied record of uses. It was and remains one of the most important herbs in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Among its most consistent and important uses are as a demulcent (soothing, coating agent) in the digestive and urinary tracts, to help with coughs, to soothe sore throats, and as a flavoring. It has also been used in Traditional Chinese Medicine to treat conditions ranging from diabetes to tuberculosis.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

 
  1. Is Breastone Safe?
    Breastone is formulated with all natural, herbal active ingredients and is manufactured in an FDA approved laboratory. In addition, Breastone's active herbal ingredients are listed on the FDA's GRAS (generally recognized as safe) list.  

  2. Can I drink alcohol or coffee? Is it safe to exercise while using Breastone?
    Breastone is not recommended for use with alcoholic or coffee beverages and it's safe to exercise. 

  3. How long will it take before I see or feel results?
    Many women report results in as little as 4 weeks, others within 6-9 weeks. 

  4. Can teenage women use Breastone?
    Breastone is intended for use by adult women only.

  5. Does Breastone contain artificial hormones like other breast enhancement products on the market?
    Absolutely not. Breastone is formulated with Mother Nature's own natural herbs and contains absolutely no artificial or animal hormones like other competing products.

  6. Does Breastone work on all races of Women?
    Yes, Breastone is formulated to work on all races of women.

  7. Does Breastone work on both older and younger women?
    Yes. Breastone is effective on both older and younger adult women when used as directed. Adult women who have had children report that they appreciate the firming regenerative power of Breastone.

  8. Is Breastone safe to use while taking birth control pills?
    Breastone's active ingredients can be found on the FDA's GRAS (generally recognized as safe list) and are regarded as a 'food'.  However, should you have any specific concerns, we recommend that you consult with your health care professional or physician.

  9. Is Breastone sold in retail stores?
    Breastone is sold mainly over the Internet and major distributors.  The best way to order is through our secure online order form.

  10. Will Breastone work on men?
    Breastone was formulated for women. No tests have been conducted on men.  


 

Serving Size

 Price

Breastone  

120 Caps

$49.95


 

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