Over the years the people realized it had some medicinal qualities to it and started to use it to treat female related medical issues.
Good One Ltd. claims that when chewed three or four times a day, B2UP bubble gum can increase breast size, improve circulation, reduce stress and fight aging. The powerful ingredient is the Pueraria Mirifica root extract also known as Gwao Krua, and is indigenous to Thailand and Burma. The plant's underground tubers contain a number of chemicals called Phytoestrogens, natural compounds which apparently mimic the effects of the female sex hormone Oestrogen.
Gwao Krua is found mainly in the northern and western part of Thailand and Myanmar. Indigenous mountain tribe people would put honey on Gwao Krua root and eat it as traditional cuisine.
B2Up Gum attributes its powers to the slow release of dietary supplements, of which pueraria mirifica appears to be the most active. "Unlike dietary supplements taken in a pill once a day, the gum means that it is constantly bombarding your system and restoring the muscle tissue that keeps breasts healthy," a B2Up spokeswoman said.
Would you believe? There is a bubble gum product with Pueraria Mirifica root extract that claims to increase bust size…you can chew your way to a fuller figure.
|| Good one Ltd. says that it is the effect of two chemicals, coupled with a third phytooestrogen isoflavone, which makes its gum so effective giving rejuvenated look that includes increased breast size, clearer complexion, and strengthened hair.
The company said tests carried out by Thailand's Chulalongkorn University found Pueraria mirifica therapy was able to enhance breast size up to 80%.
Data provided by the manufacturer of B2UP said, a group of 50 women took Pueraria Mirifica over 90 days, the results:
- 28%show no change in bust size
- 54% show measurable increase in bust size
- 18% show major increase in bust size
- 97% show improvement on hair and skin within 3 weeks.
Further tests carried out in England found that the plant had a beneficial effect on the skin, and hair, as well as the breasts.
The British Nutrition Foundation, said research had suggested phytoestrogens may be beneficial in post-menopausal women in reducing menopausal symptoms, and could have beneficial effects on risk factors for heart disease and osteoporosis, and research has shown it may be beneficial in breast cancer prevention.
British Nutrition Foundation, said research had suggested phytoestrogens may be beneficial in post-menopausal women in terms of reducing menopausal symptoms, and may also have beneficial effects on risk factors for heart disease and osteoporosis.
Research had suggested that isoflavone supplements are not as effective in managing menopausal symptoms as isoflavone rich foods such as soya.
Furthermore, consumption of isoflavones may need to be life-long in order to have beneficial effects on postmenopausal symptoms.
source: Good One Ltd.
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