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What are real ways to increase your breasts grow without surgery & medications ?

what are REAL ways to make your breasts grow about 2 or more cup sizes without surgery or cream or pills or any secret recipies or books I REALLY want my beasts to grow. im 19 in an A Cup still. its annoying that whenever i do some looking to find a way to enlarge them, they suggest surgery or pills or cream. i need an exercise or massage or types of foods i should eat type of suggestion.
Asked On : Sun, 26 Dec 2010
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Ayurveda Specialist 's  Response
bust size depends on heredity and ur body pattern . to some extent we can interfer in it
follow these simple things
1. seasame oil massage circular from outwards to inwards ....stimulate nipples using ll increase blood supply towards breast
2. hand push ups with appropriate weight
3.use of almonds, cashew nuts
4.shatavari (asparagus) with milk
feel free to mail or ask
Answered: Sun, 2 Jan 2011
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