by Terrence Michaels
Pheromones are chemical compounds transmitted via scent that direct and affect the behavior and sexual responsiveness of animals and humans. The word, ‘pheromone’ was first coined by Peter Karlson and Martin Lushcer in 1959 and come from the Greek word pherein (to transport) and hormone (to stimulate). Pheromones travel outside the body to stimulate certain responses and social behavior of others.
Sex hormones are naturally secreted by both animals and humans but do not have a detectable odor. Males and females are not aware of these smells and behavioral changes because they occur subtly within the brain and body. The response is automatic, magnetic and primal.
Recent research has indicated that adding synthetic hormones to perfume and cologne has a profound effect on increasing arousal and physical attraction among the sexes.
Let’s take a closer look at the role of sex pheromones in animals and humans and the advantages humans have in stimulating sexual desire to attract a mate.
The Role of Sex Pheromones in Animals
Sex pheromones are inherent in the propagation of the animal species. In the animal kingdom, when a female is in heat and ready to mate, she releases sex pheromones that travel sometimes great distances to a potential mate. Sex pheromones are used by just about every species of animal on the planet.
Though they do not occur in humans, primer pheromones in animals actually influence the endocrine response in their potential mates. For example, when a female rat is ready to mate, she releases a specific hormone designed to induce arousal and mounting behavior in her mate.
Even more interesting, a queen bee uses primer pheromones to inhibit sexual development of worker bees so that she alone can mate and reproduce.
The Role of Sex Pheromones in Humans
According to research done by biologist and behavioral endocrinologist, Dr. Winifred Cutler, the most prominent part of the body to secrete pheromones is the underarm. She and her researchers discovered that once the strong odor secreted by the underarm was removed, only the pheromones remained.
The Period Connection in Women
In 1971, leading pheromone researcher, Martha McClintock discovered that women exposed to the underarm odors of the women they lived with caused their periods to fall into synch with each other. The phenomenon of women living together having their menstrual cycles at or around the same time was proof that pheromones have a tangible and measurable effect in human reproductive response.
Male Armpits Stimulate Female Ovulation & Relaxation
According to research done by organic chemist, George Preti of the Monell Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia, women exposed to the armpit scent of males stabilized irregular menstrual periods. The scent also appeared to induce feelings of calm and relaxation.
Behavioral endocrinologist, Dr. Winifred Cutler conducted a study in the 1970s, which showed woman who had frequent and regular sexual intercourse with men have more regular menstrual cycles than women who have sporadic sex. Regular sex also seemed to delay the onset of menopause and make women more fertile.
It wasn’t until 1986, it was discovered male pheromones were the direct cause.
Women’s Perfume Attracts Sexual Response in Men
An intriguing study done at San Francisco State University, proves sexual pheromones added to their perfume increased their sexual attractiveness to men.
In the 2000 study, 36 healthy women ages 19-48 of eleven different ethnic backgrounds were tested. The women tested were required to be in good health, heterosexual and not currently married or co-habitating with a man or using contraceptives. Nineteen of the women wore the pheromones, while seventeen of the women wore a placebo.
After the 14-week testing period was over, an enticing 74% of women wearing the perfume laced with pheromones experienced an overall increase in occurrences of formal dates, kissing, heavy petting, sexual intercourse and sleeping next to their partner.
San Francisco State University Psychology Professor Norma McCoy explains:
“This is not a smell one can detect, neither the man nor the woman is aware of it, but it’s very powerful. This chemical appears to influence a man’s desire to have sexual intercourse.”
McCoy has spent more than 20 years studying female sexuality and is a member of the prestigious International Academy of Sex Research.
Sex Pheromones in Men = Sex In A Bottle?
Some people believe that all a man or woman needs to attract a member of the opposite sex are decent looks and a good personality. It’s a little more complicated than that. You may have never heard of a gorgeous man or woman “striking out” when trying to get a date but it’s probably because they don’t admit it. If and when they do, you just shoot them a dirty look because you can’t believe their ego!
The truth is, sexual attraction has a lot more to do with pheromones than it does height, weight, physical attractiveness or even your bank account.
Whether you’re a self-confessed geek or a total knock-out, increasing your chances of getting dates and having sexual relationships may be as simple as adding a little bit of sex pheromones to your favorite cologne or perfume.
You’ve been there before. You walk into your favorite bar and sit down to order a drink. You get a few smiles and nods and speak to a few girls but there’s just no click, no spark.
Now, imagine this. The next night, you mix a little bit of synthetic hormones into your cologne and splash it on your chest. You walk out with 3 phone numbers and lipstick on your color. The same goes for girls. Dress in your favorite sexy outfit, add a little perfume and “love potion #9″ and watch men sit up and take notice!
Think it can’t happen? Research has already proven that it can!
Sex pheromones are designed to ensure the survival of the species. Whether it’s low testosterone, stress, the American diet or genetics that’s depleted your own natural sex pheromones, strong scientific research suggests that using synthetic sex hormones can improve your love life.
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