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Shopping for Human Pheromones
« on: August 29, 2016, 08:21:34 am »
Pheromone Spray - Shopping for Human Pheromones
Pheromones are interesting things; however they can be tricky as well. Basically, pheromones are what attract us to other people. They are found in the animal world, the insect world, and the human world as well.

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  • We can't really control what the different pheromones make us feel like.
  • Hence, you would want to shop for the pheromones that help you attract members of the opposite sex and make them feel a certain way about you.

  • Fact, even if you don't know it; our pheromones have a lot to do with who we are attracted to and when this happens.
  • For these reasons, shopping for human pheromones is something you should consider.
  • You'll be surprised with what you find. ;)
As humans we can control our emotions, so it isn't likely that wearing a certain pheromone is going to cause someone to do something they wouldn't otherwise have done. However, it is a fun thing to think about and something to experiment with.

  • We secrete chemicals that members of the opposite sex can notice.
  • We also secrete chemicals that members of the same sex notice.
  • Basically, pheromones are these chemicals, secreted by our bodies to tell others who we are.
  • The animal world, pheromones are used for many things.
  • They attract mates, and identify the species to others.
  • However, for humans, there isn't a lot of good in chemicals to attract mates - or so you'd think.
  • Wearing certain pheromones will also help you present yourself to other people in certain ways.
  • Some might make other people feel calm when you are near, some might make them feel excited.
  • Read about the probable effects of the specific pheromones before you actually purchase and use them.
  • Pheromones are interesting things; however they can be tricky as well.
  • Basically, pheromones are what attract us to other people.
  • They are found in the animal world, the insect world, and the human world as well.
  • Wearing certain pheromones will also help you present yourself to other people in certain ways.
  • Some might make other people feel calm when you are near, some might make them feel excited.
  • Read about the probable effects of the specific pheromones before you actually purchase and use them.
  • Fact, even if you don't know it; our pheromones have a lot to do with who we are attracted to and when this happens.
  • For these reasons, shopping for human pheromones is something you should consider.
  • You'll be surprised with what you find. :D
The Animal World, Pheromones are Used for Many Things
They attract mates, and identify the species to others. However, for humans, there isn't a lot of good in chemicals to attract mates - or so you'd think. Once you are through reading what is written here on Human Pheromones, have you considered recollecting what has been written and writing them down? This way, you are bound to have a better understanding on Human Pheromones.

As humans we can control our emotions, so it isn't likely that wearing a certain pheromone is going to cause someone to do something they wouldn't otherwise have done. However, it is a fun thing to think about and something to experiment with.

  • We secrete chemicals that members of the opposite sex can notice.
  • We also secrete chemicals that members of the same sex notice.
  • Basically, pheromones are these chemicals, secreted by our bodies to tell others who we are.
Order to understand what can be found when shopping for human pheromones you have to understand that there are  different types of pheromones.  Our bodies react certain ways to different pheromones -- some of them make us feel happy and excited; whereas others can make us feel upset and angry.

  • Here's an adventure in perfume scent - science secret smell revealed!
  • You'll discover why.
  • So, let's begin at the beginning...
  • The science of perfume is thousands of years old.
Creating Human Euphoria Pheromones, pure pheromones are added to essential oils that produce a scent designed to immediately attract the opposite sex. Some companies use 99.99% pure reagent-grade product and contain a combination of both Androstenone and Androstenol pheromones designed to create an incredibly powerful sexual attraction.

  • With the advances in organic chemistry, synthetic perfume products were first produced in the late 19th century.
  • And, many new scents soon came into the market.
One of the oldest uses of perfumes comes from the burning of incense and aromatic herbs used in religious services. This very often comes from the aromatic gums, frankincense and myrrh, gathered from trees. The ancient people often soaked the fragrant woods and resins in water and oil, and rubbed their bodies with the liquid. They also embalmed the dead with these perfumes. Once you are through reading what is written here on Pheromone Concentrate, have you considered recollecting what has been written and writing them down? This way, you are bound to have a better understanding on Pheromone Concentrate.

However, Perfume Smell is Not the Only Thing that Attracts the Opposite Sex
Studies show that men associate the scents of cinnamon and vanilla with love. Cinnamon was believed to be an aphrodisiac. And thus, to attract your man, try baking cinnamon rolls before a date, or simply wear a cinnamon-vanilla scented perfume.

The Word "Perfume" Comes from the Latin Word Per Fume "Through Smoke"
The first form of perfume was incense, and it was first discovered by the Mesopotamians about 4,000 years ago. However, the Egyptians were the first to incorporate perfume into their culture followed by the ancient Chinese, Hindus, Israelites, Carthaginians, Arabs, Greeks, and Romans.



  • Grasse in Provence, France became a centre for flower and herb growing for the perfume industry.
  • In the same area, men who treated leathers found themselves smelling so badly that they perfumed themselves and the leathers.
  • Thus, they became knowledgeable about making botanical essences and they subsequently became the early perfume noses.
  • But it was only in the 20th century that scents and designer perfumes were really mass produced.
  • Way before that, the few trade names that existed were Coty and Yardley who made fairly light scents with familiar smells.

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