Do you want to attract the opposite sex? It is a fact of life that mammals give off what are called “pheromones”. To the human nose these male pheromones are odorless. However, our brain knows what they are and picks up on the scent. This results in a change in behavior as a flirtation begins.
When humans sweat they release into the area around them the pheomone that is in their chemical makeup.
this chemical can not be detected by our normal ofafactory nerves but rather is detected by a receptor in our nose called the vomeronasal organ or (VNO).
Scientists have studied pheromones and their effects for many years within different animal species. It wasn’t until the late 1980′s that studies found evidence that human pheromones existed. While pheromones are essential odorless, they are taken in through the nostrils, or sniffed, they are detected by a small cavity inside the nose called the vomeronasal organ, and then they work on the hypothalamus and areas of the brain that control emotions.
The pig was the first mammals in which scientists detected the use of androstenone pheromones for sexual attraction. It was found in pig saliva. Once the female pig smelled the androstenone pheromone, she immediately assumed the position for copulation. The response did not require any other action by the male other than the presence of the pheromone.
Human Pheromones, like the pheromones of other animals influence the way that humans bond, mate,
raise their children and a number of other things. they can affect how often we will engage in sexual
behavior and with whom. These chemical signals are without smell and yet they affect almost every aspect of our behavior. Research has shown that there may be a correlation between being attractive and body odor.
The veromonasal sense in humans is present, but largely dormant. The manufacturers of Icebreaker Pheromone Cologne have found a way to enhance the androstenone pheromone activity of the user and the response of the women who inhale it. Just a few drops of the cologne on the neck and/or wrists and the product is designed to attract any female in the room. Studies say the wearer gives off a ‘sexual vibe’ and the women around immediately feel the sexual tension. If this is what you like in your cologne, then try Icebreakers Pheromone Cologne.
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