Monday, June 17, 2013

Pueraria mirifica breast enlargement herb

Pueraria mirifica Airy Shaw & Suvatabandhu is an indigenous herb of Thailand, locally known as white kwao krua or so-called phytoestrogen (estrogen hormones derived from plants) by scientists.
Pueraria mirifica is endemic species found mostly in the northern and western part of Thailand. Pueraria mirifica belongs to the Family Leguminosae, subfamily Papilioneae. The herbal plant is grown with the moderate-size trees ranking from timber wood to bamboo in the deciduous rain forest. The enlarge underground tuber accumulate phytoestrogens comprising isoflavone. The compounds that make Pueraria mirifica different from any other phytoestrogen- containing plants are Miroestrol and Deoxymiroestrol, which possess highest estrogenic activity among the known phytoestrogens due to structural similarity to estradiol (Human natural hormone). Miroestrol from Pueraria mirifica was the first compound which could be isolated by German chemists in 1940, but the plant had been mistakenly reported then as Butea superba. It was later on classified as a new plant called Pueraria mirifica Airy Shaw et Suvatabhandu. The isolation and identification of deoxymiroestrol from the root of Pueraria mirifica has just been reported in the February 2000 issue of the Journal of Natural Products. The authors proposed that since deoxymiroestrol is easily oxidized to miroestrol, deoxymiroestrol is most likely to be the actual chemical constituent of Pueraria mirifica. However, it is very likely that the two phytoestrogens co-exist in the root of this plant. 
In addition to miroestrol and deoxymiroestrol, Pueraria mirifica also contains other chemicals that belong to isoflavone and coumestran groups of phytoestrogens, e.g., Genistein, Daidzein, Daidzin, Genistin, and Coumestrol that are usually found in soybeans. However, the estrogenic activity of Miroestrol and Deoxymiroestrol in Pueraria mirifica is much more potent than that of soy isoflavones.
Studies of researchers and acadamics shows that Pueraria mirifica cultivar contains very high isoflavone contents and showing high antimutagenic effects as well as high killing effects to human mammary cancer cell line. Nowadays nutritionists recommend the consumer to consume isoflavone regularly for the purpose of cancer protection. 
Miroestrol and its derivatives are also precious chemicals in the White Kwao Krua which promote estrogenic and mammogenic effects to various tissues and organs such as uterus, ovary and skin. 
Many researches confirm that these chemicals from Pueraria mirifica are potent anti-breast cancer , anti-prostate hyperplasia, anti-colon cancer, anti-osteoporosis and also anti-cardiovascular disease via the potent reduction of blood cholesterol and also anti-menoausal syndrome.   

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