Erdic has been around for many years. The first Erdic formula was created in the mid-90s. Women at the time, as now, had all kinds of questions about their breasts: Why do I get smaller and/or sagging breasts after breastfeeding? Why does the size and firmness of my breasts change over the years? These questions triggered Erdic to do research.
A literature study showed that in the Middle Ages, hop was an ingredient of bread. Hop is also a main ingredient of beer. That leads to the question: would hop also be an important ingredient in the preservation of fuller breasts?
* ERDIC has been clinically tested at the Gynaecology department of the Nové Mesto Hospital and Health Centre in Slovakia by Dr. Pavol Durdík, Dr. Jela Kubalová and Dr. Miroslav Šorf.
A 100% natural alternative to plastic surgery
It is well known that there are many drawbacks to breast implants. The media regularly report on the adverse effects of implants on women's health. Erdic positions itself as the 100% natural and safe alternative to plastic surgery. Erdic is 100% natural, completely safe, and has no side effects.
How does the Erdic programme work?
The duration of the Erdic programme is 6 months. For 6 months, breast tissue is produced in a 100% natural way. During the first two months, the body absorbs the required sufficient nutrients. After these two months, you will notice an increase in the volume of your breasts. In some women this is a speedy process, others take a little longer. In rare cases, a second course of treatment may be necessary. The result is different for each woman.
What happens after those 6 months?
Breast tissue is permanent, meaning that the breast augmentation and firming are permanent. However, hormone fluctuations, stress and medication can change the size and firmness of your breasts. That is why we recommend continuing the Erdic programme with 2 tablets per day to maintain the optimal result. If hormone fluctuations completely change your breasts, it is also always possible to complete a full Erdic programme again.
Erdic maintenance programme