Monday, June 17, 2013

How Pueraria mirifica Helps Enlarge Female Breasts?  

Anatomy of female breasts. Each breast contains 15 to 20 lobes arranged in a circular fashion. The fat (subcutaneous adipose tissue) that covers the lobes gives the breast its size and shape. Each lobe is comprised of many lobules, at the end of which are tiny bulb like glands, or sacs, where milk is produced in response to hormonal signals.
Most of the human female breast is actually adipose tissue (fat) and connective tissue(known as Cooper's ligaments), rather than the mammary glands. There is naturally a great variety in the size and shape of Breasts in women (and men), with size being affected by various factors including genetics.
The arterial blood supply to the Breasts is derived from the internal thoracic artery (previously referred to as the internal mammary artery), lateral thoracic artery, thoracoacromial artery, and posterior intercostal arteries. The venous drainage of the breast is mainly to the axillary vein, but there is some drainage to the internal thoracic vein.
As breasts are mostly composed of adipose tissue, their size can change over time if the woman gains or loses weight. It is also typical for them to grow in size during pregnancy and whilst breastfeeding, mainly due to hypertrophy of the mammary gland in response to the hormone prolactin. The size of a woman's breasts usually fluctuates during the menstrual cycle, particularly with premenstrual water retention. An increase in breast size is also a common side effect of use of the contraceptive pill.
Fatty and connective tissues surround the lobes of glandular tissue. The amount of fatty tissue is depended on many factors including age, percentage of body fat, and heredity. Cooper's ligaments connect the chest wall to the skin of the breast, giving the breast its shape and elasticity.
The breast has no muscle tissue. A layer of fat surrounds the glands and extends throughout the breast. 
The breast is responsive to a complex interplay of hormones that cause the tissue to develop, enlarge and produce milk. The three major hormones affecting the breast are estrogen chiefly, progesterone and prolactin, which cause glandular tissue in the breast and the uterus to change during the menstrual cycle.
Pueraria mirifica posses highest estrogenic activity when compare to other kinds of phytoestrogen due to its similar structure to human hormone. Of which miroestrol (estrogen) are vital for blood circulation, new tissue generation, increase accumulation of water and fat within Breasts tissue, then resulting in enhancement and firmness of breasts. In addition, because of estrogen effect skin texture will be improved for youthful looks. 


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