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My Pheromone Cologne Review

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Have you been considering a pheromone cologne review? Let’s face it … pheromones are all over the place and advertised in every major publication.

Dr. Cutler was the first scientist to prove the efficacy of pheromones in humans and how they increase attraction for the opposite sex. This can play a pivotal role in how humans interact and what it means for sex. Consider http://pheromones-work.weebly.com/do-pheromones-work.html if you are unsure. You cant a spray that is heavy in androstenol and copulins. 

Research

I have been studying pheromones, which are chemical signals that attract the opposite sex. I've been studying them for about 5 years. So basically, human pheromones are the kind of thing we all wish that we had. I don't know how many people here searched on the web before coming to do a bit of research. Regardless, there are lots of sites offering pheromones.

For example, Pheromone Max retails for about 60 dollars and not only does it contain androstenone and androstenol but also a newly discovered pheromone. They claim that the combination of these three pheromones is very high. Learn more at http://michaelspheros.blogspot.com

Basically, what they are saying is, you can't lose with this molecule on you. So the stakes are high and you might think that with all the white lab coats, so many of the other websites and all these science words, that they really worked. OK. So that's the retail side of the sector, so let's go into the science.

The Science of Pheromones

So, if you Google scholar "Androstenone",  you'll find hundreds of citations to this molecule and all of them assume it's a human pheromone. But the question is why? And that's what I went to find out when I was doing my research. Learn more at http://anatomist.info

It basically takes us into the areas of bad science. How come? The reason is a corporation in a very enterprising mood, patented some molecules claimed they were pheromones that persuaded not only the retail community but also the scientific one that these were the real deal. A big question is, should humans have them anyway? Perhaps we have grown out of pheromones?

OK, so what are pheromones not?

Smell is very important to us but not every smell is affirming. Now you may have heard about pheromone parties. Basically, these started in Brooklyn in New York and they're misnamed, but pheromone is such a sexy word that as soon as it was coined in 195, it took off. 

Basically, the idea of pheromone parties is that you wear a tee shirt for a couple of days and you put it into a numbered bag. You open the bag, sniff it, and if you like the smell, you take a selfie with the numbered bag next to you. If you like the picture of the person holding the bag and they like your smell then you can go and meet. 

While it does break the ice, it has nothing to do with pheromones. The reason for that is it's about the smell, but these are the individual smells. And the whole point is we're looking for perhaps genetic compatibility and also somebody who washes sufficiently often.

So these are pheromones because we're looking for molecules that are the same in every male or every female. 

So, what are pheromones?

OK. It's a chemical signal transmitted between individuals of the same species. It comes in these two Greek words, Farren and hormone and it's transferee excitement. AndI got an email from a guy now in his eighties who was a Ph.D. student in the lab when the word was invented and he told me that it's actually very bad Greek.

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