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Pheromones are a naturally occurring chemical compound found in all insects, all animals, and in humans. When pheromones are secreted they dictate sexual behavior and attract the opposite sex. The TRUTH about Pheromones is that for over 20 years, many scientist's and the media have done research and investigations regarding the power of pheromones. Studies have been conducted at major universities such as the University of Utah and the University of Kentucky. The information on the male human pheromone Androstenone (Osmopherone) and female pheromones was gathered from these sources and other manufacturer's of pheromone products and are deemed reliable. Researchers have shown in clinical experiments human pheromones trigger a subconscious sexual response in the opposite sex. One study had researchers spray pheromones on one chair in a dentist's waiting room. No other chair was sprayed. It was found more women sat in the chair sprayed with the pheromone then the others. It is pheromone, for one thing, that causes the male dog to chase the female in heat. Until the 1960's there was no research in the field to discover what makes the male of the species attracted to the female and vice versa. In the 1960's research began about the significance of pheromones. In 1986, researchers at the Monell Chemical Senses Center (an independent, nonprofit research lab in Philadelphia) announced the discovery of human pheromones. Animal pheromones were well known by then, but animal pheromones do not work on humans. The Mondell Center published reports in 1986, 1987, and 1989 outlined and detailed the function of pheromones. Much more research has been conducted since. What all of the research shows is that people do not "smell" pheromones, but detect them through our vomeronasal (VNO) system. The VNO system appears to consist of a small receptor in the nose that leads to a network of nerves in the the brain, going to the hypothalamus which is the center in the brain that controls one's basic drives and emotions. Women get attracted to men, and men to women, by sensing the subconsciously. It appears to cause women to be more attracted to the males who who have a high level of pheromones, and men to be attracted to women with a high level of pheromones. Men and women all produce natural pheromones which help to naturally attract the opposite sex. All animals emit pheomones to mate. Have you ever wondered why people who are not particularly attractive seem to attract dates like flies to honey? They seem to have some "chemical attraction" about themselves. Some call it animal magnetism. It may be pheromones. Now you can have that "chemical attraction" whenever you want. PHEROMONES - THE FACTS Pheromones are natural chemicals which play an important role in sexual communication. Animals, including humans release chemicals in tears, saliva and perspiration. These chemicals send signals relating to mood and health to the subconscious awareness. One theory is that the dominant male will exude more of these chemical attractants than a submissive or weaker male. This chemical attracts more females to him. It is similar for woman attracting men. This natural attractant can also contribute to more intense excitement during love making (sexual foreplay and sexual intercourse). Pheromones may also contribute to the dating phrase, "chemical attraction" that we all talk about. WSVN-TV (March 3, 1998) "Ever been attracted to someone but weren't really sure why? .... More and more research is pointing to chemicals these days.... undetectable chemicals... pheromones ... a clear odorless liquid" Because humans have good hygene and the odors associated with this chemical release are negative we may have interfered with nature's design. Pheromones are killed each morning as we wash, use deoderants, mothwash, and such. Then we douse ourselves with perfumes, after shave and the like, thinking that will make us attractive to the opposite sex. In fact, we could be destroying what attracts the opposite sex to us! Needless to say, the modern woman does not want to smell body odor or bad breath on a man. This will not attract her to him, nor will it attract a man to a woman. The Solution is Human Pheromones. According to several studies, applying pheromones allows the user (male or female) to always have the biological attractants which will result in a postive result by members of the opposite sex. Suddenly you can be more attractive, have that "animal magnetism," at will. This is not new. For years perfumers have sought to produce a sexual attractant by using animal pheromones, such as musk. These have had no effect on humans. These products containing human Pheromones can be used alone or mixed with any aftershave or perfume and is undetectable to anyone, while it is working on your target's subconscious awareness. The Pheromone will remain long after the fragrance has faded. You will have newfound "sex appeal" - guaranteed.
Various quotes from recent magazine articles professing the effectiveness of pheromone products:
"Minute quantities were used on a chair in a dentist's waiting room. Women patients made straight for the chair." The Sunday Times
"Male pheromone secretions not only attract women, but repel other males." World Medicine (journal for GP's)
"Pheromones... influence human behavior in a subtle way - Women are attracted to the smell." The Daily Telegraph
"A male sex pheromone which has a scent that attracts females." Time (Vol. # 115 No. # 2).
"The scent is likely to produce a state of sexual excitement or arousal." Men Only (Vol. # 44 No. # 4)
"And now this Pheromone has been marketed, we've tested it - and good grief, it works." Knave
Lowell Ponte, a former consultant on exotic weapons and a Readers Digest science writer, said in an interview that "use of the recently discovered chemical Androstenone should be banned - Congress should pass a law making it a crime to use this chemical to influence voters by making politicians appear more lovable." San Francisco Chronicle
"The stuff attracts women like you would not believe." Colorado Telegraph
"It's something women don't consciously smell, it works on the olfactory nerves. The woman finds the man attractive but she doesn't know why." Lifestyle, Texas
McCall's magazine contained the statement "...Pheromones can improve one's love life, pheromones send out subconscious scent signals to the opposite sex that naturally trigger romantic feelings."
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