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#21
Parts of the herb schedule are confirmed to work consistently. The herb schedule for secretory phase and proliferative phase work. The part for menstruation worked well consistently when used in past herb schedules. There is plenty of room for improvement for the premenstrual phase of the herb schedule.

Newer edits to the herb schedule will be more conservative.
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#22
Removed lavender and fenugreek from menstruation. They increase the wrong response, by targeting the wrong receptor subtype for that phase. They may have worked for some, likely because of high estrogen capacity.
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#23
KHii Smile
I have a question... in your Ebook it says that the herb schedule is not applicable for women on birth control..
So what would be the appropriate schedule for women on bc?
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(27-08-2018, 04:41 PM)ashley.11 Wrote: KHii Smile
I have a question... in your Ebook it says that the herb schedule is not applicable for women on birth control..
So what would be the appropriate schedule for women on bc?


Hi,
If you're not taking birth control for preventing pregnancy, you can simply not take it. Birth control gets in the way of breast enhancement during proliferative phase.

You can also use birth control, and only use the schedule for secretory phase. I'm not sure if it can be used with the schedule during menstruation.
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#25
(29-08-2018, 08:10 AM)Dynseli Wrote:
(27-08-2018, 04:41 PM)ashley.11 Wrote: KHii Smile
I have a question... in your Ebook it says that the herb schedule is not applicable for women on birth control..
So what would be the appropriate schedule for women on bc?


Hi,
If you're not taking birth control for preventing pregnancy, you can simply not take it. Birth control gets in the way of breast enhancement during proliferative phase.

You can also use birth control, and only use the schedule for secretory phase. I'm not sure if it can be used with the schedule during menstruation.


Smh i just saw your response now!
But thanks for your answer, ill start the routine, once my herbs arrive Smile
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#26
(09-11-2018, 11:19 PM)ashley.11 Wrote: Smh i just saw your response now!
But thanks for your answer, ill start the routine, once my herbs arrive Smile


Birth control adds too many variables to NBE. For some, their body is not able enough to compensate enough when progesterone breaks down into androgens, then this can contribute to androgen excess. For others, BCP helps with growth. There's also a difference of effects of taking herbs with BCP, and taking herbs an hour later after taking BCP. Once BCP breaks down, herbs can antagonize those androgenic effects. Effects of BCP also have to be balanced, because BCP seems to have a higher ratio of progesterone to estrogen. BCP is expected to interfere with NBE during proliferative phase.

If you're taking BCP for birth control, then limit herbs to late secretory phase, and this is still no guarantee for preventing pregnancy.
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