Milk Thistle (silymarin) is an herb that has been used for centuries for liver and gallbladder issues. Milk Thistle is said to help promote growth of new liver cells and is beneficial to those who drink a lot of alcohol or take prescription medications.
How is Milk Thistle beneficial to Natural Breast Enlargement?
NBEers take Milk Thistle to cleanse the liver. This is beneficial to natural breast enlargement because the liver processes hormones (ie estrogen). When the liver gets overloaded with hormones like estrogen, it can not process the hormones properly. Much of the estrogen enhancing herbs we take end up being passed through without being processed so in the end it ends up being a waste of product and effort.
When should you do a Milk Thistle Cleanse?
Many NBEers recommend doing a Milk Thistle cleanse for two weeks before starting any pill based natural breast enlargement routine. Once you have started your pills, it is recommended that you do a one week Milk Thistle cleanse for every 3 to 4 months of pill use or do a 3-5 day cleanse for every month of pill use. When you have reached your boobie goal and decide to stop your routine, it is recommended that you do a Milk Thistle cleanse at the time as well.
NBEer’s also do a Milk Thistle cleanse whenever they feel they have stalled with growth, also know as the plateau. Some believe that your body has gotten use to the herbs and is no longer responding. They take a break and do a Milk Thistle cleanse to reboot the body so that it starts responding to the NBE routine again.
How to take Milk Thistle for cleansing?
It is recommended that you stop all herbs and supplements during your Milk Thistle cleanse. As for dosage, there doesn’t seem to be an exact dosage you should take for an effective cleanse. Most women just follow the dosage that’s on the back of the bottle.
Milk Thistle is a supplement that is easily available. You can purchase it online but many grocery and health food stores carry Milk Thistle locally. Milk Thistle is available as a pill, extract or tea. Organic options are also available for Milk Thistle.
There are been no reports of any serious side effects but Milk Thistle can have a mild laxative effect on some people. In rare cases, it may also cause nausea, gas or an upset stomach.
You should not take Milk Thistle if you are allergic to ragweed as it may cause a rash or a severe allergic reaction.
Two positive side effects that a number of women have reported are clearer thinking and increased energy.
Blessed Thistle (Cnicus) is not the same as Milk Thistle (silymarin). They are from the same plant family but they not only differ in color, they differ in uses as well.
Some of the uses for Blessed Thistle include treatment for loss of appetite, colds, fevers and to help increase milk production in mothers.
These are some general guidelines for the use of Milk Thistle. As with all things regarding natural breast enlargement, listen to your body. If you feel you need to do a cleanse, do it. If you don’t, then don’t.