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Discover Pheromones and Their Effects on the Opposite Sex!
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[size=4][b]Pheromone 10X - Discover Pheromones and Their Effects on the Opposite Sex![/b][/size][hr]Pheromones are chemicals that send signals to other members of the same species. These signals could serve many purposes such as marking out territory (As dogs and cats do) or to mark a food trail (How ants all seem to converge on the same food source) or to send alarm signals warning other members of the species of impending danger.

Another notable study was conducted by Martha Mclintock in the 1970's when she observed that the menstrual cycles of groups of women who lived together tended to become synchronized. Further study revealed the startling fact that it was exposure to pheromones from other women which caused the changes in cycle.

Quote:However, the most widely known purpose and the one which has always attracted the most attention is the use of pheromones as a means of sexual attraction. Pheromones as a sexual attractant were identified as far back as 1956 when scientists extracted a compound from certain glands on the abdomen of the silkworm moth. This pheromone which they named bombykol was found to have an amazing effect on male silkworm moths. When exposed to it they immediately went into a frenzied "flutter dance". Developing a basis for this composition on Pheromones Work was a lengthy task. It took lots of patience and hard work to develop.

[size=large][b]Several Studies Have Shown Promising Results[/b][/size][hr]Dr. Winifred Cutler, a biologist and behavioral endocrinologist, found pheromones present in underarm secretions. She also found that women who had regular sex with men had more regular menstrual cycles. Pheromones which had been identified in the under arms of men contributed significantly to this outcome.

[list][*]But do pheromones work in the world of mammals as well?[*]Studies done on hamsters and rats certainly seem to suggest they do.[*]These studies also suggested that pheromones do not act directly on the normal olfactory senses.[*]They do involve smells but they seem to act through a very specific channel.[*]Do Pheromones Work are basically interesting parts of our day-to-day life.[*]It is only that sometimes, we are not aware of this fact![/list]

Researchers believe that the vomeronasal organs are instrumental in picking up these specialized signals. The vomeronasal organs or VNO's are tiny cigar-shaped organs found in the nostrils which appear to communicate directly with the parts of the brain that control reproduction and parenting behavior.

On the other hand a multi-billion dollar worldwide perfume industry is ample proof of the importance that most of us place on odors and perhaps the lengths to which we go to mask what we consider to be undesirable smells. But do humans have naturally occurring pheromones which impact on the lives of others in the species?

[size=large][b]Test Subjects Were Exposed to Sweat Samples Collected from Other Women[/b][/size][hr]Their menstrual cycles slowed down or sped up depending on the time of month when the samples had been collected. The implications of this discovery for treatment of infertility or even contraception are obviously extremely exciting and it has been suggested that pheromones could also be used to alter mood and alleviate depression and stress.

[list][*]Here's an adventure in perfume scent - science secret smell revealed![*]You'll discover why.[*]So, let's begin at the beginning...[*]The science of perfume is thousands of years old. Big Grin[/list]

Creating Human Euphoria Pheromones, pure pheromones are added to essential oils that produce a scent designed to immediately attract the opposite sex. Some companies use 99.99% pure reagent-grade product and contain a combination of both Androstenone and Androstenol pheromones designed to create an incredibly powerful sexual attraction.

[size=large][b]The Word "Perfume" Comes from the Latin Word Per Fume "Through Smoke"[/b][/size][hr]The first form of perfume was incense, and it was first discovered by the Mesopotamians about 4,000 years ago. However, the Egyptians were the first to incorporate perfume into their culture followed by the ancient Chinese, Hindus, Israelites, Carthaginians, Arabs, Greeks, and Romans. Developing a basis for this composition on Pheromone Concentrate was a lengthy task. It took lots of patience and hard work to develop.

[list][*]Perfume is made from about 78% to 95% of specially denatured ethyl alcohol and a remainder of essential oils.[*]With the advances in science, human euphoria perfumes and colognes soon came into the market.[*]These are scientifically engineered pheromone concentrate that has proven effects on attracting the opposite sex.[*]Just as animals use scents to attract others, humans possess the same senses which are potent for sexual attraction![/list]

One of the oldest uses of perfumes comes from the burning of incense and aromatic herbs used in religious services. This very often comes from the aromatic gums, frankincense and myrrh, gathered from trees. The ancient people often soaked the fragrant woods and resins in water and oil, and rubbed their bodies with the liquid. They also embalmed the dead with these perfumes. Pheromones women testosterone basically interesting parts of our day-to-day life. It is only that sometimes, we are not aware of this fact!

[list][*]With the advances in organic chemistry, synthetic perfume products were first produced in the late 19th century.[*]And, many new scents soon came into the market.[/list]

[size=large][b]However, Perfume Smell is Not the Only Thing that Attracts the Opposite Sex[/b][/size][hr]Studies show that men associate the scents of cinnamon and vanilla with love. Cinnamon was believed to be an aphrodisiac. And thus, to attract your man, try baking cinnamon rolls before a date, or simply wear a cinnamon-vanilla scented perfume.

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[size=medium][b]Pheromones and Body Chemistry[/b][/size]


Human pheromones are natural chemicals produced by the body that are thought to cause the attraction between opposite sexes. While it is believed that there is some connection, the real analysis lies in how much do human pheromones and sexual attraction depend on each other.

[list][*]Scientists have determined a marked difference in the pheromones between males and females.[*]It has also been looked at as to why there are different pheromones for each gender.[*]Makers of synthetic human pheromones believe that they are very important in sexual attraction.[*]In fact, these manufacturers sell these synthetic pheromones on the basis that they will help a person attract someone of the opposite sex.[*]These synthetic hormones are used as a perfume or added to a perfume.[*]Whenever one reads any reading matter likeHuman Pheromones, it is vital that the person enjoys reading it.[*]One should grasp the meaning of the matter, only then can it be considered that its reading is complete. [*]The idea is that by supplementing your own pheromones you will become more attractive to the opposite sex.[*]The use and effectiveness of pheromones in the animal kingdom seem to suggest that they will perform the same function with humans as well.[*]Many people swear by using the synthetic pheromones to get a date.[*]Since there are still some unexplored aspects of human pheromones, there are also different opinions on its effectiveness.[*]Some scientists do not believe pheromones are as important in humans as they are in other species.[*]Is all a matter of personal experience, really, because science still seems to be at odds with itself over conclusive proof.[*]The most important thing is if you can prove it to yourself that there is a link between human pheromones and sexual attraction. [/list]

[size=large][b]"Opposites Attract" is a Law of Attraction, At Least Where Electromagnetism is Concerned[/b][/size][hr]But are there laws about attraction between two people? "In a world that is full of strangers" as a line in a famous song of the 1980's goes, is there a clear set of rules that allows two people to fall for each other?

[list][*]Lately, scientists are looking into the existence of human pheromones and its role in mate selection.[*]There are many conflicting views in the realm of biology, chemistry, genetics, and psychology.[/list]

Some scientists believe that animals (usually the females) such as insects and mammals send out these chemical signals to tell the male of their species that their genes are different from theirs. This gene diversity is important in producing offspring with better chances of survival.

[b]This could probably account for a statement commonly heard from men and women on their failed relationships: "I thought he/she was this kind of person."[/b]

[list][*]The perfume industry has capitalized on pheromones as a means to increase one's sexual attractiveness to the opposite sex.[*]Animals such as the whale and the musk deer were hunted down for these chemicals. Wink[*]When you are healthy in all aspects, attractiveness becomes a consequence and not an end.[*]As mentioned in the Klohnen and Luo's research, a person's sense of self-security matters, perhaps even beyond attraction. Wink[/list]

[size=large][b]Attraction a Matter of Chemistry?[/b][/size][hr]Maybe. According to scientists, the attraction between animals of the opposite sex is all about chemicals called pheromones. The effect of pheromones in behavior of insects is the most studied to date.

[size=large][b]So Should I Stop Trying to Become Attractive?[/b][/size][hr]More than trying to become physically attractive, work on all aspects of your health: physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual. Physical attraction is still a precursor. Remember, biology predisposes us to choose the partner with the healthiest genes.

[list][*]Where your emotions are concerned, just ask this to yourself: would you want to spend time with a person who feels insecure about him/herself?[*]Probably not![/list]

[size=large][b]So How Does Attraction Figure in Relationships?[/b][/size][hr]You have probably heard that attraction is a prelude, or a factor towards a relationship. Most probably, at least in the beginning; but attraction alone cannot make a relationship work. It is that attraction that makes you notice a person from the opposite sex, but once you get to know the person more, attraction is just one consideration. Shared values, dreams, and passions become more significant in long-term relationships.

[list][*]There is wisdom in knowing yourself: who you are, your beliefs, values, and dreams.[*]Don't pretend to be someone you aren't.[*]Fooling another person by making him/her think that you share the same values and beliefs is only going to cause you both disappointments.[/list]

Most scientists would assert that these do not exist, or if they do, do not play a role in sexual attraction between a man and a woman. But new researches such as that conducted by Swiss researchers from the University of Bern led by Klaus Wedekind are slowly making these scientists rethink their stand.

[list][*]Their experiment involved women sniffing the cotton shirts of different men during their ovulation period.[*]It was found out that women prefer the smell of men's shirts that were genetically different, but also shared similarities with the women's genes.[/list]

This, like in the case of insects and other mammals, was to ensure better and healthier characteristics for their future children. But researchers also cautioned that preference for a male odor is affected by the women's ovulation period, the food that men eat, perfumes and other scented body products, and the use of contraceptive pills. Whenever one reads any reading matter likeHuman Pheromones, it is vital that the person enjoys reading it. One should grasp the meaning of the matter, only then can it be considered that its reading is complete.

[size=large][b]Does Personality Figure in Sexual Attraction?[/b][/size][hr]Yes, but so does your perception of a potential mate's personality. According to a research conducted by Klohnen, E.C., & S. Luo in 2003 on interpersonal attraction and personality, a person's sense of self-security and at least the person's perception of his/her partner were found to be strong determinants of attraction in hypothetical situations. Big Grin.

What does this tell us? We prefer a certain personality type, which attracts you to a person. But aside from the actual personality of the person, which can only be verified through close interaction through time, it is your perception of your potential partner that attracts you to him/her, whether the person of your affection truly has that kind of personality or not. Human Pheromones proved to be the foundation for the writing of this page. We have used all facts and definitions of Human Pheromones to produce worthwhile reading material for you.
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