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Over the years I have wondered: Do humans have sex pheromones? Well, the answer to that is an overwhelming yes! There is an abundance of scientific proof that human body odors affect sexual behavior. Something is definitely going on. There is clear evidence that sweat and vaginal secretions affect other people's sexual physiology, if not their behavior, even when the odors cannot be consciously smelled. Musk smelling compounds are particularly notorious. Could there have been an ancestral musk-like male sex pheromone that stimulated sexually receptive women?
There is a lot of chemistry that happens when love is in the air. One of the major things going on in your body is a chemical reaction as pheromones are being produced. Human Pheromones, also known as Androstenone, are invisible, odorless, and undetectable. Pheromones are natural chemical scents the body produces in order to attract others. They are well documented in the animal kingdom as the force that controls all social behavior, including mating. Scientists are now finding that these invisible social magnets also heavily influence human behavior. They are medical science's and nature's sexual secret weapon for pleasure. The spells found here, combined with the incredible power of pheromones, are a sure way of finding that special someone.
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The power of pheromones has been featured on Hardcopy, 20/20, Dateline, and in articles in Penthouse, Playboy, Chic, Swank, Vogue, Omni, Discovery and numerous medical journals, television shows and newspapers from the N.Y. Times to the L.A. Times. In one scientific study pheromones were put through an 8 week double blind placebo controlled scientific study. The results were incredible. Single men who were using the actual pheromones reported more looks from women, more romantic attention from women and more SEX. Married men who were also using the product around their wives reported more weekly SEX. The finest quality pheromones that we are aware of are available here.
Using pheromones along with the spells that we have provided on this site, is an absolute sure way to guarantee yourself all the success in love and sex that you can possibly imagine.
Pheromones are natural scents, which play an important role in sexual communication. Animals and humans release masses of biological chemicals in tears, saliva and perspiration. Thesearomas convey signals relating to mood, status, drive and health to the subconscious awareness of the female. The dominant male will exude more of these biological attractants than his submissive counterpart, consequently he inevitably attracts more females and enjoys more conquests.
This philosophy holds well in the animal world, pheromones are consciously detected over considerable distances and serve at times in place of spoken communication. They help animals mark territory, recognize mates, and signal sexual interest. For example, female dogs in heat leave their pheromone and can attract male dogs over a mile away.
In human men, the primary male pheromone (hormone) men unknowingly secrete that attracts woman is Androstenone. Due to evolution, men only secrete this pheromone when they sweat. This is an unpleasant way to meet a woman. What is so ironic, is whenever we shower we clean off our own natural pheromone. When we put on deodorant we actual clog and mask the pores Androstenone secretes from...our sweat glands.
Researchers have recently discovered that pheromones play a major role in the lives of humans. Prior to 1986, The world's leading vemeronasal scientists could not concur on the existence of human pheromones. After that period, scientists at the Chemical Senses Center in Philadelphia, and its counterpart in France, discovered what they came to realize are human pheromones. These chemicals were found in a decidedly unsexy substance: Human Sweat.. These scientists isolated a pure pheromone compound called-Androstenone.
Humans are of course also animals and we produce the same class of aromas. Although, often, smells that occur in human sweat, are not rank body odor, which is generally accepted to be the result of bacterial degradation of our sweat secretions. Furthermore they do not have to be consciously perceived to affect the recipient, as they have been shown to affect our behavior when used at subconscious levels. More information on pheromones can be found at the FAQ.
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