i have not tried it before, but here is an article i found that you might wanna look into:
Bust-enhancing herbal supplements, costing about $230 for an eight-week supply, claim to increase a woman's breast size naturally, using herbs like saw palmetto, hops, wild yam, and black cohosh, according to the June 2003 issue of Obstetrics & Gynecology. While they may be au naturel, that doesn't necessarily mean they'll work.
"Buyer beware," says James Wells, MD, president of the American Society of Plastic Surgery. "I don't think any of the herbal products that are touted as breast enhancers show any promise. My challenge is for them to show some scientific evidence."
No clinical trials or animal studies on whether the alleged bust-enhancing supplements actually increase breast size have been published, according to the Obstetrics & Gynecology article. And "it is unlikely that any of these products, if they contain what their labels say that they contain, would cause breast enlargement."
Not only is it likely that herbal supplements are a waste of money, their safety is questionable as well.
According to the Obstetrics & Gynecology article, "There are no long-term safety data on any of these herbs, singly or in combination."
Many breast-enhancing creams also claim to be all-natural, but like herbal supplements, that doesn't mean you're going to get a favorable result.
"Creams or lotions aren't going to work at all," says Wells, who has a private plastic surgery practice in southern California.
According to the FDA's web site, "Creams and lotions advertised as breast developers don't work, either. Some contain the hormone estrogen. Estrogen can increase breast size, but in order to be sold without a prescription these products must contain such a small amount of the hormone that its effect is insignificant."
Suction System -- Does It Work?
So, short of surgery, what might actually enhance a woman's breast? The Brava Breast Enhancement and Shaping System could be an answer.
"Brava is perfect for women who want a one-cup enhancement and are afraid of surgery," says Richard Greco, MD, who published a study on the device in the journal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery in June 2000. "But they have to have the time and ability to wear it."
To achieve long lasting results, a woman needs to wear Brava, which costs around $2,500, for at least 10 hours a day, for a minimum of 10 weeks.
According to the Brava web site, "The System consists of two semi-rigid domes with specially engineered silicone gel rims, and a self-regulating microprocessor that creates and regulates the tension within the domes. The System is held in place by a sports-bra."
The domes gently suction the breasts, creating sustained tension and stimulating tissue growth, which is not a novel idea: Sustained tension has long been used in medicine to lengthen limbs and expand skin tissue to close a wound, according to a Brava news release.
"The average growth after 10 weeks of use is one bra-cup size," says Roger K. Khouri, MD, a plastic and reconstructive surgeon in Miami, and the inventor of Brava. "And this is real tissue growth. Just like your nose is not going to shrink with time, this doesn't shrink either."