Bust Bunny’s unique formula was developed by chemists with more than 45 years of experience in the dietary supplement field. It was determined that by using all 13 essentials botanicals blended in conjunction with hard to find extracts the ratios would create a exponentially stronger product .
It has been proven that most importantly it is the patented ratio of the individual herbs within the formula that accelerates the breast tissue formation. Each Bust Bunny capsule is guaranteed to contain all thirteen of nature’s most effective breast tissue growth-promoting botanicals. The ingredients used in Bust Bunny are as follows:
Fennel Seed (Foeniculum Vulgare)
Found in the coastal and sub-mountainous regions of southern Italy, Fennel has long been praised for its abundance of flavonoids.
Flavonoids exert mild estrogenic effects and are used to stimulate and repair the growth of new breast tissue. As a cooling spice it also calms the nerves, relaxes muscles and promotes mental alertness. And as an aphrodisiac, it increases libido.
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Mexican Wild Yam (Dioscorea Villosa)
Commonly used as a treatment for Osteoperosis, Mexican Wild Yam is an excellent source of Beta-Carotene, and diosgenin, which are powerful Phytochemicals aiding in optimal breast development. It also relaxes smooth muscle. The herb contains hormonal substances very similar to progesterone.
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Dong Quai (angelica sinensis)
Called the “female ginseng” dong quai is an all-purpose herb for a wide range of female gynecological complaints. The root of Dong Quai is undoubtedly the most honored and respected herb in China, and is quickly gaining an equal reputation among users in the rest of the world.
Dong Quai has been shown to assist the body in efficiently using hormones. It contains estrogenic substances that exert regulating effect on estrogen levels and on estrogenic biological mechanisms. They enhance estrogenic effects when estrogen levels are too low, and compete when levels are too high. The herb accelerates the healing of wounds and stimulates white blood cell production. The herb directly effect breast enlargement.
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Black Cohosh Extract (cimicifuga racemosea)
Native to the Eastern Woodlands of North America, numerous studies have been conducted to show the medical benefits of Black Cohosh.
Studies suggest that Black Cohosh is similar to the drugs used in hormone replacement therapy. Black Cohosh has been valued by many societies for its nutritional support for women. A popular herb for women, it helps restore healthy menses and soothes irritation & congestion of the cervix, uterus and vagina. Having effective amounts of calcium, potassium, magnesium and iron, Black Cohosh Root is also an abundant source of estrogenic substances. Herb’s nutritional support accelerates the new tissue formation.
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Blessed Thistle (carduus benedictus)
Native to South Europe and Western Asia, Blessed Thistle has long been used around the world as a hormonal balancing agent in women.
The herb has a stimulant and a tonyfying action. It acts an excellent blood purifier; Blessed Thistle is a beneficial tonic herb for all the organs in the body. It is superior at tonifying and enhancing the breast tissues. It is also used as a treatment for women with painful menstrual periods.
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Watercress (Nasturtium Officinale)
A native of Europe and Russia, common in Great Britain and widely naturalized in the United States and Canada, Watercress is a hardy perennial found in abundance near springs and open running watercourses, of a creeping habit with smooth, pinnatifid leaves and ovate, heart-shaped leaflets. Watercress is the most ancient of green vegetables known to man and it’s use can be traced back to the Persians, Greeks and Romans.
The common method of preparation in those days was with oil and vinegar. In the 21st century, scientists are discovering that Watercress may indeed have properties to counteract the effects of smoking. Its cruciferous nature may even help prevent lung diseases, such as emphysema and cancer. Watercress contains gluconasturtin (only released when the leaves are chopped or chewed), which helps neutralize a carcinogen in tobacco. Watercress also contains credible amounts of folic acid and Lucien. J.E. Meyers, Botanical Gardens of Hammond, Indiana informs us that Watercress is one of the best sources of vitamin E.
This is the fertility vitamin, essential to breast enlargement, Vitamin E helps the body to use oxygen, which increases physical endurance and stamina and improves heart response. As a medicinal plant, Watercress has been traditionally considered a diuretic, expectorant, purgative, stimulant, stomachic and tonic. It has also been used as a remedy against anemia, eczema, kidney and liver disorders, tuberculosis, boils, warts and tumors. Watercress has more iron than spinach, more calcium than milk and three times as much Vitamin E as lettuce. It’s packed with vitamins A and C, and is low in calories.
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