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Frequently Asked Questions about Nexus Pheromones
by anna78 » Mon Oct 03, 2016 5:02 pm

Pheromone Cologne - Frequently Asked Questions about Nexus Pheromones

Pheromones are chemical aroma signals that all mammals/individuals emit. Subconsciously sensed, Nexus pheromones provide data about your immune system, your fertility, your present state of sexual interest and many more. A number of these pheromones focus on the opposite sex, and naturally trigger attraction arousal and enthusiasm for sex. With the proper chemical-hormonal signals, she spontaneously, intuitively responds without even knowing what is luring her to you!

Do We Emit Pheromones by Nature?

Without question, we are chemically conversing with each other constantly. These pheromones that we emit are the basic ingredient for many pheromone cologne type products. Thinking of life without Pheromone Concentrate seem to be impossible to imagine. This is because Pheromone Concentrate can be applied in all situations of life.

We possess our own pheromones, what is the reason we are in need of a pheromone cologne? Because of our cultural practices... What do we engage in first thing in the morning, every morning? Take a shower. Then we put on underarm roll-ons and perhaps lotions or aftershaves which further screen our natural body chemistry. Next, we tend to cover up from head to toe, thereby veiling ninety per cent of the very skin which releases pheromones into the air. A few researches have also revealed that via evolution, our natural pheromone production has gradually decreased, as civilizations have relied on social customs and norms when selecting a partner. Just as a book shouldn't be judged by its cover, we wish you read this entire article on Pheromone Attraction before actually making a judgement about Pheromone Attraction.

When you put on a pheromone cologne, you're not only restoring pheromones you've washed off, covered up or lost, but adding a chemical miracle substance that will work on a majority of women. By restoring and even enhancing your lost pheromones you can virtually "return to nature," and re-establish chemical communication with individuals around you. People react without even understanding why. They just feel they are magnetized to you. We have tried to place the best definition about Pheromone Products in this article. This has taken a lot of time, but we only wish that the definition we gave suits your needs.

What Effects Must I Anticipate With a Pheromone Cologne?

A marked increase in eye contact, interest and smiles from the opposite sex Increased sex appeal More dates and lovemaking A restoration of your existing relationship More ardent lovemaking A soothing, effortless effect on people around you More instances of being approached by the opposite sex Improved self confidence Spontaneous respect and attention on you by others. :o.

What is the Reason for Pheromone Products?

This may be the thing that offers you the competitive edge and the self-assurance you need to reach your social and sexual objectives, whatever they may be. Pheromones are a simple way to boost your attractiveness, and then match it with the confidence you'll have from all of the choices and interest.

Are All Pheromone Products about the Same?

No, definitely not. They're all completely different, and the wise consumer must always shop warily. You should scout for a product which has pure androstenone Nexus pheromone concentrate especially in "double strength" potency. If you are having trouble searching for the appropriate product, we suggest you consider Nexus Pheromones. :shock:

How Long Do Pheromones Work?

This varies a lot depending on each person's unique chemistry and the particular scent they pick. One of the best products, Nexus Pheromones, avers its pheromone-based cologne could last for an estimated 8-10 hours when spread on the right places.


The same thing happens with males, in order to attract females. This can happen in any kind of living creature -- people, animals and insects -- because all living things need a mate in order to reproduce. The way to attract a mate is to put out pheromones. :shock:



Basically, when it comes down to it, "What are pheromones?" is answered very easily. Pheromones are the chemicals that your body produces to attract other people. These are usually used to attract a mate, but pheromones have also been found to have an effect in social and business circles. :idea:


Many different pheromones products are now available on the market. Pheromone products come in all shapes and sizes. For example, you have an option to buy pheromone colognes, pheromone oils, pheromone perfumes, or pheromone concentrates. Also, pheromone products are available in either unscented or scented versions. Of course, men and women use different types of pheromone products - but there are some unisex pheromone colognes, too. Androstenone and androsterone-based products attract women, while copulins attract men.

Based on popularity and effectiveness, some of the best pheromone products include: Chikara, Alter Ego, Scent of Eros, Rogue Male, Pheromax, Realm, The Edge, Passion Pheromone Attractant, Perception, New Pheromone Additive - NPA and Primal Instinct. These products contain different amounts of pheromones. Most pheromones can be combined with others. For example, Scent of Eros can be combined with androstenone products - Primal Instinct or The Edge.

Sniffing Out Human Pheromones

Human pheromones make for fascinating conversation and once the jokes are over, I'm always amazed at how much more people want to know about them: How do they work? What are they? Where do they come from? Can they help me find a partner? You know, the general human response of "give it to me now, I need this so badly!"

I've always been fascinated with the connection between mothers and their children. Research in this area has produced some interesting information. What if human pheromones come into play from the moment we are born? Why are we as humans always drawn to our mothers? I don't know about you but I only see my mom about twice a year because of the distance between us geographically but as soon as I am in the same house as her, I know that connection between us just seems to be there automatically. Is it a pheromone thing? :o.

Important Factors to Consider

If you are considering buying pheromone products online then be aware of a couple of important factors before parting with your hard earned dollars. A shot of pheromone spray before hitting the nightclub will not turn you into a sexual magnet. Pheromone enhanced sprays, cologne and perfumes are meant to work more as a confidence enhancer. Ask yourself how much you'll grow in confidence simply by wearing the product? You see, women or men are not going to fall all over themselves to get to you; you still have to do the work!


There are many pheromone colognes and oils being sold today on the Internet. Here are five most popular pheromone products: Chikara Cologne Originally named Chikara 7, after the number of pheromone compounds, this product contains the three pheromones found in most pheromone products: androstenol, androstenone and androsterone, as well as four new ingredients never before used in perfumery. The total guaranteed pheromone content per bottle is 10 mg. Chikara is great on it's own, but it can also be combined with other products, especially those with more androstenone. This product is also available in gel packs. :lol:

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Liquid Trust

Liquid Trust contains oxytocin - hormone that controls the level of trust in people. Oxytocin makes people more willing to bond with others. Liquid Trust Body Spray is created to increase trust in the wearer. This product is applied every morning after showering along with a favorite cologne or perfume. It is rather interesting to note that people like reading about Pheromone Products if they are presented in an easy and clear way. The presentation of an article too is important for one to entice people to read it!

New Pheromone Additive (NPA)

NPA is one of the most effective pheromone products on the market. It should to be added to favorite colognes or after shaves because it is very concentrated. NPA contains androstenone. It has an unpleasant pheromone smell. Recommended for more experienced users. Do not judge a book by its cover; so don't just scan through this matter on Pheromone Product. read it thoroughly to judge its value and importance.

Primal Instinct

This is a very strong androstenone product. There is greater risk of overdose, so it is advised not to apply too much of this product. Very often, even one drop is too much for some men. There are two versions of this oil-based pheromone product - scented and unscented. Users should be aware that this product is not recommended for young men.

Human pheromones are natural chemicals produced by the body that are thought to cause the attraction between opposite sexes. While it is believed that there is some connection, the real analysis lies in how much do human pheromones and sexual attraction depend on each other. :lol:


Perfumes are made up of a blend of different aromas that usually come from essential oils. Perfume formulations can be expressed in volumetric or weight proportions of each of its components. Perfumes today are being made and used in different ways than in previous centuries. Perfumes are being manufactured more and more frequently with synthetic chemicals rather than natural oils. Many natural and man-made materials have been used to make perfume to apply to the skin and clothing, to put in cleaners and cosmetics, or to scent the air. For people who want to make perfumes at home, weight measures present a problem since the average kitchen balance does not have the required precision. Using them will lead to unpredictable and non-reproducible results. Buying a more precise balance represents an added cost which is hard to justify for the present purpose.There are major fragrance categories - Floral, Oriental, Floriental, Chypre, Green Marine and Fruit. ;)

Perfume is made from about 78% to 95% of specially denatured ethyl alcohol and a remainder of essential oils. Perfume is the costliest form of fragrance with 22% of essential oils. Perfume then came into widespread use among the monarchy. France's King Louis XIV used it so much that he was called the perfume king. Some plants, such as lily of the valley, do not produce oils naturally. In fact, only about 2,000 of the 250,000 known flowering plant species contain these essential oils. Therefore, synthetic chemicals must be used to re-create the smells of non-oily substances. Some perfume ingredients are animal products. Typical plant products include anise, bay leaf, bergamot, cardamom, cedar wood, eucalyptus, frankincense, gardenia, geranium, iris, jasmine, lavender, lemon, lilac, lily, lily of the valley, magnolia, moss, neroli, orange, orris, patchouli, pine, raspberry, rose, sage, sandalwood, tuberose, vanilla, violet and ylang-ylang.

Perfume is often sold in the run up to Christmas as a coffret set at a good price. Aromatherapy-smelling oils and fragrances to cure physical and emotional problems-is being revived to help balance hormonal and body energy. Animal substances are often used as fixatives that enable perfume to evaporate slowly and emit odors longer. Other fixatives include coal tar, mosses, resins, or synthetic chemicals. Alcohol and sometimes water are used to dilute ingredients in perfumes. The theory behind aromatherapy states that using essential oils helps bolster the immune system when inhaled or applied topically. Smelling sweet smells also affects one's mood and can be used as a form of psychotherapy. Humans, like other mammals, release pheromones to attract the opposite sex. New perfumes are being created to duplicate the effect of pheromones and stimulate sexual arousal receptors in the brain. :idea:

People feel sexually attracted to other people on account of a number of physical traits that could be identified, at the level of each individual, as pleasant and seductive. This means that physical appearance has the greatest influence on determining the type of partner we want, at least in the beginning of an intimate, erotic relationship. As a result, we are prompted into categorizing people into ugly men and ugly women. However, this identification only depends on individual preferences.

First of all, an adequate, uniform body stance, lacking visible, major physical imperfections, is likely to determine us to label such as presence as an agreeable one. On the contrary, if there is something that ruins this uniformity, we tend to instantly detect something that reminds us of ugliness. For instance, there are many women who are tall and well-built; they have the perfect complexion, the perfect legs and breasts, and the perfect lips and eyes, and yet they are labeled as ugly women simply because their faces are "decorated", in some of the most incredible manners, by literally misshaped noses, too big or too crooked, making them look like evil sorceresses or strangely nosed animals.

The Same Happens With Some of the Ugly Men We Meet

The point is that a single detail is enough to destroy what could otherwise be called a pleasant posture. However, even a single detail turns into something uninviting that cannot be ignored if it is visible. On the other hand, there are ugly people in the posture of whom we cannot identify but rarely some minor details that could be said to be beautiful. It is amazing how one uncomely detail can contribute to a general categorization into ugly women or ugly men and, on the contrary, how one beautiful detail is not sufficient to "redeem" individuals from their identification as ugly people.

Why is it more difficult for agreeable, beautiful features to stand out from a mass of ugly characteristics? Why is it so easy for ugly features to cast a veiling shadow over beautiful characteristics and to make us forget everything about beauty? Truth be told, it all depends on how we are educated and on the environment we spend most of our time. In time, we tend to acquire the same standards of labeling as those shared by those around us. If most of the people in the company of whom we live think that a fat woman is an ugly woman, then so do we, even if somewhere else there are people (both men and women) who are not disturbed by a bit of fat. On the contrary, they even find it appealing. :roll:

We see, hear and smell other people; we do this on a daily basis, sometimes without even being aware of it. Sometimes unwillingly, other times deliberately, we tag other people on account of what our senses tell us about them. If their physical appearance reveals anything that we could label as unpleasant, we tend to immediately dismiss any association between beauty and the individual we are examining. However, which are the characteristics that make us differentiate between ugly women/ugly men and their beautiful counterparts?