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The use of concentrated bovine ovary is derived from 20th century old practice known as Glandular Therapy. Glandular Medical school suggested that patients with diseased organs that were treated with the corresponding organ of a healthy cattle enjoy a rejuvenation of the body. While staying forgotten for several years, even now there are some alternative medicine practitioners continue recommending it to their patients use glandular therapy. The traditional medical protocol still uses at least one form of glandular therapy using medication Armour for hypothyroidism. Armour is basically a standardized form of bovine thyroid tissue. Interestingly, glandular therapy has become quite popular recently in veterinary medicine and is considered the preferred treatment for animals and livestock.
There are 2 commercial finance companies use the pair concentrated bovine ovary breast augmentation is the oldest Bountiful Breast (formerly WonderBreast). The exact mechanism of how it works for breast enlargement is unknown, although there are some theories. 1) which is a form of estrogen replacement. 2) containing enzymes and nutrients supplying the ovary of the user. 3) to stimulate the ovaries to produce more estrogen user. 4) containing chemicals that affect the pituitary gland to produce LH and subsequently more estrogen. Most likely it is a combination of the four. Although how and why it works is not clear, many women find that actually works very well.
Bountiful Breast Enlargement Pills – manufactured and marketed by Avalon Essentials are natural breast enhancement pills whose manufacturer claims to be the only patent pending breast pill in the United States. Their self-owned invented technology called NutriPotentized is believed to be what makes the herbal extracts more effective.
Bountiful Breast has received a celebrity endorsement ((Jacee Jewel – Days of Our Lives Soap Star plays “Patti the Waitress”) who has also revealed her before-and-after photo while explaining how this product works. This product has been safety-approved by FDA and GMP-certified (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Good_Manufacturing_Practices)
So is it just hype or is it really worth looking into? That’s what you’re about to find out from the following post which tells you what the real consumers have said about the product, what ingredients are in it, and what makes it different from the other ones in the market.