Female Pheromones in Perfumes …. Why Use Them?
by Terrence Michaels
Women seeking sexual love can use pheromones (worn like perfume, but odorless in and of themselves) in order to help their efforts. Pheromones given off by human females were first scientifically documented in 1959. Our English word “pheromone” is derived from the Greek words “pherein” (meaning to transfer) and “hormone” (meaning to stimulate). A pheromone is thus a chemical that is released by one human and transferred to another human via the air, and that other human is stimulated by it. Pheromones are generated by both human beings and animals. In the animal kingdom, pheromones are used for a number of different communications. In human beings, they are mostly used for sexual stimulation, although research also shows that women who are around particular other women long enough will synchronize their menstrual cycles to each other because of the influence of pheromones.
In other words, males and females give off pheromones from their bodies, just as they give off heat from their bodies. And these odorless, airborne chemicals cause subconscious reactions in the opposite sex, and the reactions essentially are to make the emitter of the pheromones more sexually attractive in the mind of the recipient. (Research has shown that gay men are stimulated by heterosexual men’s pheromones in the same way that heterosexual females are.) Although human pheromones are odorless, they are sensed by the human vomeronasal organ (VNO) within the nasal cavity. The VNO sends the signal to the brain that the pheromone is present, and the brain them chemically alters to find the emitter more sexually desirable than it would otherwise perhaps find it to be. In other words, women who are giving off strong pheromones are found to be sexier to men than they might otherwise be.
The sexual power of pheromones is not to be taken too much for granted, however. Just because a woman gives off strong pheromones (as women especially do when they are ovulating) doesn’t automatically make her sexually appealing. If she dresses in unappealing or unclean ways, if she does not show intelligence, if she has a bad attitude, if she has poor hygiene, and so on, her pheromone supplements won’t work to get her the sex or romantic love that she’s seeking.
Nevertheless, the point is that strong pheromones can give a woman an edge over other women of similar attractive traits. A woman who is not a stand-out beauty or who doesn’t have the sharpest mind, or who is feeling lonely and frustrated in her attempts at attracting a man, might be able to use pheromones to attract more men and give herself more chances of getting what she wants.
To this end, companies have been making perfumes that contain particular female pheromones that are known to arouse men and cause them to produce much more testosterone, which in turn causes those men to feel powerful sexual arousal on the subconscious level.
Copulins. This is a pheromone group that only gets produced by females. These pheromones get secreted into a woman’s vagina at optimum ratios when the women is ovulating–making men want to copulate. Hence the this group’s name. These pheromones are mainly fatty acids that would serve no purpose by themselves, but when they interact with a man’s VNO they have been demonstraed to increase testosterone production by 150% (Astrid Jutte study). Typical reactions that women who wear a supplement containing copulins will receive will be consistent with male indications of sexual interest.
Androstadienone. This is a pheromone that is known as the “love pheromone”. It is one of the most commonly used pheromones and can be used by either men or women. Men would have cologne containing the “love pheromone” to make women feel more secure around him and more loving toward him. The reason that women would use androstadienone is to make themselves feel more self-confident and more assured of themselves.
So, ladies, if you’re having some problems attracting men, try out perfumes that use copulins or androstadienone. Remember, these aren’t cure-alls for your romance problems. But they can definitely be of help to you.
Below is a comparison of our top-rated pheromones.
|Score||Product||Lab Certified||Guarantee||MG/bottle||Scent||Duration||Satisfaction||Full Review||Visit Site||Price|
|1.||18mg||6 hours||9.4/10||Read Review||$89.95|
|2.||17mg||4-6 hours||8.5/10||Read Review||$99.50|
|3.||13mg||4-6 hours||8.2/10||Read Review||$63.00|
|4.||N/A||5mg||4-6 hours||8.010||Read Review||$59.50|
|5.||N/A||10mg||4-6 hours||7.9/10||Read Review||$59.95|