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Proof Of Human Pheromones Effectiveness

By pomm79, Aug 29 2015 01:35AM

In this article, I will discuss what we know about human pheromones.

Human Pheromones Discovery

In 1986, Dr. Winnifred Cutler conducted the research that delivered the first proof of human pheromones existence and that they can affect women's menstrual cycles. But what with the most popular and wanted pheromone's effect? Learn more at

Do they really can increase our sexual attractiveness to opposite sex members? As many scientific experiments and individual experiences show - the answer is definitely YES. Learn about the pheromones in humans.

Dr. Winnifred Cutler

Dr. Cutler, the discoverer of human pheromones and one of the best experts in this field, says: "If you divide up the research on pheromones into what type of behaviors are shown to be affected by them, you can organize them into four different classes: mother-infant interaction, territorial marking, reproductive synchrony, and SEXUAL ATTRACTION".

Just after the discovery, that some of pheromones we produce affect our sexual attractiveness to opposite-sex individuals, many companies began to extract and synthesize them for commercial purposes. One of the most reputable companies on this market - AttractRomance - has thousands of pleased, returning customers.

Pheromone Research In the News

Many independent scientific organizations did studies of those products effectiveness.

Norma McCoy, professor of psychology at San Francisco State University led one of such studies. The aim of the experiment was to show how pheromones affect women's attractiveness to men.

The test was done on two groups of women, one being applied pheromones and other only placebo. "The most highly significant difference between the placebo and the pheromone group was actually sexual intercourse", says Norma McCoy.

Women who wore perfume with female pheromones added were more likely to have sexual intercourse than women from placebo group. Results of this study were published in a respected scientific journal "Physiology and Behavior".

According to an article in CNN: "If you're looking for the man or woman of your dreams, unsuspecting pheromones in your body scent are most likely playing a large and very clever role in mate attraction."

All of researches, presented by Psychology Today, ABC News, Time, Newsweek, Nature and many others, show that influential power of pheromones is a fact. But the most significant are experiences of common people. That's why many companies run they own surveys.

Result of Pheromone Survey

Here are the results of a survey of 100 men who bought NEXUS Pheromone Concentrate for the first time. They decided to complete a form, answering some questions about their experiences when using this product. 

Effects are impressive. Every man using NEXUS Pheromones Concentrate experienced improvement of their sexual attractiveness to women, and as much as 70% reported an increase in dates and sexual intercourse.

The company is so sure, that their customers will be pleased with NEXUS effectiveness, that guarantees money return if the customer is not completely satisfied for any reason.

Other pheromones producer - company Uneet known on the World Wide Web as AttractRomance - was put to the test by Yale students. They published their study results in "The Yale Herald" in very humorous but meaningful article. Just look at the final note from it:

"The study was supposed to run for another week, but after noticing how well the pheromones worked, columnist quit doing the study, beat up Dave (study director), stole the bottle containing the chemical, and began bathing in it five times daily. Listen, fellas, this stuff works. Bill Gates my friend, you're in the wrong business."

There are thousands of success stories and pleased customers opinions on producers' websites. Pheromones work, and those who tried it regret only, that they didn't do it earlier.

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