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Prostaglandins were discovered in the 1930's by a Swedish scientist and are contained in almost every cell in the body. To date, over 36 different Prostaglandins have been identified. They have a hormone-like characteristic, acting as regulators and messengers, but are not secreted by the glands as are hormones. Each cell always keeps a tiny amount of the material used to create each specific prostaglandin. They are metabolized at various locations in the body, as needed for breast growth, and are very quickly used by the body.
Prostaglandins are fatty acids that belong to a diverse group of hormones, known as eicosanoids, because they contain 20-carbon atoms. Their main structure is a 5-carbon ring. Prostaglandins and other eicosanoids are referred to as local hormones, because they are short lived.
Prostaglandins are able to alter the activity of the cells, in which they are synthesized, and are also able to alter adjoining cells. Prostaglandins regulate blood flow to particular organs and glands, including the mammary glands, and control in transport across membranes. It is this prostaglandin function, to alter cellular structure, that results in increased natural breast enhancement size.
Teenage Breasts: Cleavage natural breast enhancement stimulates the inter-cellular hormone-like substance that is the unique prostaglandin found in large quantities in the breast cells of most, but not all, teenage girls. The amount of prostaglandin produced determines the eventual size of the breast. Once the teenage years are over, unless the breast prostaglandin is re-stimulated, the breast will not enlarge any further. However, it was found that breast prostaglandin can be stimulated once again using the exact formula of ingredients contained in Cleavage natural breast enhancement.
Using both the Cleavage 4 cream with the Cleavage 6 capsules together is encouraged to achieve maximum results.
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Cleavage Capsules: fennel seed, saw palmetto, dong quai, black cohosh
Cleavage Cream: stabilized aloe vera gel, water, octyl palmitate, black cohosh extract, damiana extract, calendula extract, saw palmetto extract, don quai extract, PEG-8 stearate, cetyl alcohol, safflower oil, TEA-carbomer 940, squalene, polysorbate 65, methyl & propyl parabens, honey, natural vitamin E (d-alpha and mixed tocopherols), ascorbic acid, and fragrance.
Fennel Seed: An estrogenic agent, that increases estrogen in the breast. Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) is a perennial chinese herb of the carrot family. It's aromatic seeds are cultivated for both culinary and herbal uses. Used internally for indigestion, gas, colic, and insufficient lactation. Externally, this is used as a mouthwash or gargle for gum disease or a sore throat.
Saw Palmetto Berry: The same as Serenoa Serrulate. It contains Sitosetrol or its derivative Beta-Sitosterodal. It comes from a dwarf palm tree that grows in the southeast part of the USA. Ovarian enlargement with tenderness and dull aching pains, weakened sexual activity, and small-undeveloped mammary glands are much benefited by its continued use. It is a sedative to all irritable conditions of these organs and is a profound nutritive tonic. It increases the size and secreting power of the mammary glands where they are abnormally small and inactive. It improves the tone and overcomes irritability of the ovaries, relieving dysmenorrhoea when due to a tonicity. In simple cases where there is no organic lesion on the part of the patient, this agent has an excellent reputation for restoring the ovarian action properly and assisting in putting the patient into an excellent condition. In its influence upon the nasal and bronchial mucous membranes, this agent has given an excellent advantage in the treatment of acute catarrh, chronic bronchial coughs of all characters, whooping cough, laryngitis, and the cough of phthisis.
Dong Quai Extract: This is the same as Chinese Angelica (Angelica Polymorpha) Extract. It contains Safrole but is less than 40 ppm (parts per million). Dong Quai is a member of the celery family. Also known as dang-gui in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dong Quai is often referred to as the “female ginseng”. It is used for both men and women with cardiovascular disease including high blood pressure and problems with peripheral circulation. It is used in soups and other oriental dishes for general health, energy, and vitality. It is not recommended for pregnant or lactating women.
Black Cohosh Root Extract: Also known as Cimicifuga Racemosais (plant found in the buttercup family), black snakeroot, bugbane, or squawroot. Black cohosh is a root that has estrogenic properties; it is an alternative/hormonal precusor. It has been used to treat menopausal symptoms. Black cohosh is a powerful relaxant and antispasmodic for both nerves and muscles. It is especially good at relieving cramping in muscles which include the uterus. The herb also acts as a phytoestrogen, meaning that some of its chemicals have qualities similar to the female hormone estrogen.