Herbs that make your buttocks bigger

Estrogen is why women have curves in the first place. It’s a special hormone whose role is to make a girl a woman, and estrogen mimicking supplements have been naturally synthesized into both pill form, tinctures, and creams. Any such compound should be used with caution, especially by any woman suffering epilepsy, asthma, migraines, diabetes mellitus, or systemic lupus erythematosus.

Maca Root Extract

Maca Root is so popular that it is the active ingredient in many, if not most, of the most powerful butt enhancement supplements. It’s so popular that “Maca Root Buttocks” has become a well-known compliment for any woman with an especiaclly impressive butt. Maca Root is most effective when taken in conjunction with a workout that addresses the thighs, glutes, and hips. 2-4 teaspoons of high-quality Maca Root, typically blended into a shake, is advised on workout days, with 1-2 teaspoons to be used on off-days. Anything more than 3000mg can cause women to suffer rapid heartbeat and other health problems.

The root itself comes from the cruciferous family of vegetables, as do kale and cabbage.

That might seem innocuous enough, but it turns out that Maca Root has powerful estrogen-promoting properties. It has been used by the Indians of South America’s Andes Mountains for as long as two millenia to give them a big energy boost as they travel the trails 12,000 feet above sea level. They have found that it also helps women’s health generally, including mood swings, irregular periods, even hair growth.

Maca Root comes in pill form as well, but powder form is generally seen as more potent. Since it is, in fact, a food, it can easily be mixed in with other foods. It’s an anabolic, which means that it promotes the growth of muscle fiber. It is rich in iron, magnesium, calcium, and zinc. It is packed with amino acids. It is also full of Vitamins B, C, and E. All these are good news for women, and great news for the butt.

Saw Palmetto

Used in extract form, saw palmetto isn’t just good for bigger hips, but for bigger breasts, too. It mimics the effect of estrogen and makes the female body more feminine. That includes breast growth. But it is also a tonic to the urinary and genital tracts, even used by men to treat prostate problems. Its source is the saw palmetto, a small tree native to the Southeastern United States. It was used medically by the Mayans, the Seminoles, and other indigenous peoples. Women used it to treat the reproductive tract and as an aphrodisiac. The Seminoles, in particular, used the berries, and this remains a clue to how to find the most potent extract today. When inspecting a bottle of saw palmetto extract, pay close attention to whether the listed ingredients mention the berries specifically. If they don’t, there’s a good likelihood that the extract was made from the entire plant. This is a cheaper, far less effective product that might be good for wallet, but it isn’t nearly as good for bigger hips.

When starting to use pure Saw Palmetto powdered herb, start at 500mg a day, then double that daily dosage each week till you get to 2500mg in the fifth week. For the extract, start at 320mg a day uring the first week, double it to 640mg in the second week, then continue at that dosage.

Saw palmetto is an anti-androgenic, meaning that it works to block the processing of testerone, that famously masculinizing hormone, leaving estrogen free reign. Watch out for any unusual bleeding. Those taking blood-thinning medications or who are prone to hemophilia should consult a doctor before taking this supplement.


Fenugreek has an ancient pedigree when it comes to making a woman’s butt bigger, with references to it found as much as 4000 years ago. Its seeds and leaves are a common ingredient and garnish in cuisines ranging from Ethiopia to India, and the plant grows worldwide. It is better known as a means of herbal breast enlargement than as a butt enhancer, and it has a particular reputation for enhancing the production of breast milk in lactating mothers.

The seeds contain the phytoestrogen diosgenin, which has the ability to imitate estrogen. Women frequently report that Fenugreek makes them gain weight, giving them bigger breasts, hips, and thighs. However, clinical trials are less conclusive concerning Fenugreek than about several other supplements. Many formulas use the natural supplement in conjunction with other herbs, particularly Maca Root, rather than as a stand-alone enhancer. Its champions typically counter that it simply takes a bit longer for Fenugreek to take effect – 2 or 3 months – than some other herbs.

The seeds are also rich in lysine and L-tryptophan, as well as trigonelline and other alkaloids. From the standpoint of the hips, Fenugreek’s active ingredients appear to be an array of mucilaginous fibre and a cocktail of steroidal saponins.

One typically finds this natural supplement in capsule form, in bottles of 60 capsules of 500 to 1000mg to be taken once a day. Fennel seeds are a close botanical relative of Fenugreek, and have a similar phytoestrogenic effevt on a woman’s body. That includes hip growth and enhancement. The seeds are made into everything from bread to tea. In fact, the seeds are so commonplace and inexpensive that it is important to warn against overeating them, since this can have neurotoxic effects.