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Human Pheromone Colognes

Posted on May 30th, 2007 by HumanPheromone.org filed under Pheromones

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Pheromones can trigger powerful responses in both men and women. But the pheromones that we produce naturally are destroyed by antiperspirants and antibacterial soaps. That’s why some human pheromone stores offer synthetic pheromone-based colognes and perfumes.

The most popular pheromone colognes are:

Pheromax, Pheromol Factor, Rogue Male, Primal Instinct, Scent of Eros, Alter Ego,The Edge, Lure, NPA, Passion Copulin Concentrate, Perception Spray, W.A.G.G, Edge Essentials,Yes for Men, Chikara, Silent Seduction, Realm for Men, Essence of Woman and some others. Pheromone colognes, sprays and oils are available in both unscented and scented versions, and they are popular among singles and among couples who want to add some spice to their relationship.

These pheromone products usually contain: androstenone, androstenol, androsterone, androstadienone and copulin pheromones.

Types and Effects of Human Pheromones

Posted on May 29th, 2007 by HumanPheromone.org filed under Pheromones

If you’re looking for the man or woman of your dreams, remember that pheromones in your body scent are playing an important role in mate attraction. People who use commercial pheromone oils, colognes and sprays claim that products they use increase their attractiveness to members of the opposite sex. Users of human pheromone products report that other people pay more attention to them and are generally more friendly to them.

The common types of human pheromones are:

Androstenone – which is predominantly known as a male pheromone. It typically creates a dominant and intimidating aura. This pheromone can cause people to act more polite to the wearer.

Androstenol signals sociability. It is produced in fresh sweat. This pheromone is reported by some women to be sweet-smelling. Androstenol makes the wearer seem more approachable and friendly,

Androsterone creates an aura of protection and reliableness and makes the wearer appear to be more masculine. Also, it enhances the effect of other pheromones in a pheromone mix.

Androstadienone is also called the “love pheromone” because of the nature of the feelings and responses it induces in people.

Copulins are female pheromones. They can increase testosterone levels in men.

Some of the lesser known human pheromones are estratetraenol and androstadienol.

Learn more about human pheromones.

What are Human Pheromones?

Posted on May 28th, 2007 by HumanPheromone.org filed under Pheromones

The term pheromone comes from two Greek words: pherein which means “to transfer”, and hormon, which means “to stimulate”. Pheromone is an aromatic chemical compound released by one person that affects the physiology or behavior of another individual.

Scientists have known about pheromones since 1870 and recorded the effects of pheromones on mating in insects and some other animal species. In 1986 the scientists proved the existence of human pheromones and began to document pheromone effects on human beings.

People can’t consciously detect another individual’s pheromones, in other words we can’t “smell” them in the traditional way. But, if pheromones are undetectable by the human sense of smell, how can humans be influenced by them? The answer is that pheromones are detected by an organ inside the nose called the VNO (vomeronasal organ). The VNO transfers the signals that pheromones send to the part of the brain which governs some basic human sensations, like love and hate.

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