Published: 05/06/2013 - Updated: 06/06/2016
Fennel comes from the Umbelliferae family and is a hardy perennial herb. It can grow to a height of 2.1 m and extend more than 45cm. The flowers are yellow and it has soft, green feathery foliage which, in fact, can easily be confused with dill. Fennel grows naturally in most of Europe and is considered native to the Mediterranean area. It has spread to India and was introduced to America in 1800.
Fennel in natural medicine
Fennel seeds have anti-spasmodic properties and are believed to promote digestion and help reduce flatulence associated with indigestion. They can also be chewed to improve breathing. In ancient times, people ate fennel seeds to suppress hunger, taking advantage of its slimming power.
The herb is also used for coughs due to the fact that the essential oil contained is an expectorant. Fennel is also considered anti-inflammatory, disinfectant and increases the formation of milk in nursing mothers.
It has culinary uses and is a popular herb eaten with vegetables, especially in Italy.
Fennel seeds to enlarge breasts
A women's self-confidence is often tied to the size of her breasts, but not all women are happy with the determined size of their bust.
Since one of the properties of fennel seeds is to increase the formation of milk in nursing mothers, they are supposed to be able to help promote the formation of breast and uterine tissue when consumed in adequate doses.
Fennel is rich in flavonoids and is believed to act on the stimulation of the production of estrogen, thus promoting the increase in the volume of the breasts.
You should drink fennel tea for at least 6-8 weeks to receive greater strength and size in your breasts.
To make fennel seed tea, you can follow this recipe:
- 1 teaspoon of fennel seeds
- 1 pinch of cardamom
- 1 cup of boiled water
Add fennel and cardamom into a cup of boiling water and wait for 4-6 minutes. Add a little sugar as desired. Strain the tea before serving.
- Fennel should not be consumed if there is a history of hormone-dependent tumors, because its components can foster their development.
- Studies also show that fennel may decrease the effectiveness of the antibiotic ciprofloxacin and most likely other medications in the same family. If your health requires taking these prescribed medications, it is recommended that you avoid consuming fennel.
Massage for breast enhancement
Fennel and other herbs and foods rich in phytoestrogens may be useful in natural breast enlargement without having to resort to painful and expensive surgery. However, unless the herbs are combined with appropriate massage techniques, they are rarely effective. Massage is important because it increases blood flow to the breasts and actually stimulates the release of hormones to aid breast enlargement.
The following massage technique is an ancient Taoist exercise. This means that has been used and tested for hundreds, possibly thousands, of years. All you need is a little time, your hands and lots of dedication.
Massage your breasts for 20-30 minutes a day. To perform the massage, start by rubbing your hands together as quickly as possible to generate heat and energy. Once your hands are warm, place them on your breasts.
Rub inwards with your hands and continue around your breasts in a circle. Your right hand will come around to the right and the left hand will come around to the left.
Make a minimum of 100-300 circular rubs in the morning and the same reps before going to bed. Each circular massage should last about 2 seconds. Pause occasionally and rub your hands together to warm them up again. A total of 300 circular repetitions should be done in 10 to 15 minutes.
If you want to use massage oil, try the following mixture, which is said to help increase the bust size:
- 9 geranium oil drops
- 16 drops of Ylang Ylang oil base
- 50 ml of almond oil
Rub this mixture into your breasts twice a day, either during your massage or separately.
Note: With this massage you can experience increased nipple sensitivity, but try not to touch your nipples when you do it.