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Pheromone Product
by Jana » Mon Sep 19, 2016 3:22 am

Pheromone Product - Love is in the Air

Well, here we are in February and many people are celebrating St. Valentines. It is a good time to think about love and relationships to put a bit of warmth in our lives after a long winter. :o.

Want to Look With You At the Four Greek Words for Love

These are: Eros Storge Philia Agape Eros:The first type of love we are all familiar with. Our English word Erotica is derived from this word. Sadly, some people never get passed this type of love and base their relationships purely on sexual attraction. This is the type of love that merchandisers tend to play on with the public trying to get us to buy their products to make us more attractive to the opposite sex. Unfortunately, aromatherapy is being misrepresented by these same people also to traffic their products. You would be surprised to see how many products are being offered specifically to attract the opposite sex using aroma. Thinking of life without Pheromones seem to be impossible to imagine. This is because Pheromones can be applied in all situations of life. ;)

Studies have been done trying to prove the theory of attraction through Pheromones based on animal instincts. I personally feel that attraction of a life partner is much more than the basis of his/her smell. In fact, it was impossible for me to fall in love with my fianc-? based on smell as we met through ICQ on the Internet. It was impossible for smell to play any part in our meeting. Our relationship was based on character and friendship which later developed into love. You can say we met each other and we just clicked ;-) (pun intended) Just as a book shouldn't be judged by its cover, we wish you read this entire article on Pheromones before actually making a judgement about Pheromones.

So, the point is that erotic love is not a deep meaningful love but superficial and based on sexual attractiveness only. Storge:This type of love is what we find in families between the different members. It is the love of mother, father, brothers and sisters. This is a much stronger type of love and involves commitment. --?Blood is thicker than water--? and most people will do all they can to stand behind their families. We have tried to place the best definition about Pheromones in this article. This has taken a lot of time, but we only wish that the definition we gave suits your needs. :roll:


The second thing that stands out is that the Golden rule says to do what you want others to do to you. This is not the same as --?Don--t do to others what you don--t want them to do to you.--? It is not a position of avoiding doing evil or harming others but an actual DOING of something for others. This requires action on your part. It says --?DO unto others--?. It is when we realize that we reap the rewards of love as we involve ourselves in the lives of others, making their lives easier and more pleasant, as we would want our own lives to be.

Agape:the Fourth Type of Love is Called Agape Love

This is the highest form of love there is. This is an unconditional love for others in spite of their character flaws and weaknesses. It is a difficult love to obtain simply because we, as humans, are usually concerned more with ourselves and how the world and people around us affect us. In order to love in the agape way, we must overcome our selfishness and look to the needs of others. Prime examples of this type of love are people like Mother Theresa, Cardinal Leger etc. These are people who look out for others interests above their own. It is a special kind of love that needs to be cultivated for it to grow. We can only achieve this type of unselfish loving as we put the needs of others as a priority.


Without getting religious here, I just want to tell you there is a verse from the Bible that fits well with this concept. It is called the Golden Rule. Luke 10:27, says --?Love your neighbour as yourself--? and "Therefore, whatever you want men to do to you, do also to them, for this is the Law and the Prophets." -Matthew 7:12 . All relgions of the world share in this same philosophy.

Philia:this Type of Love is Pertaining to What We Might Call a Brotherly Love

Not brotherly in the sense of family, but in the sense of kinsmenship. This is the type of love that makes us want to help the little old lady cross the street safely and watch out for our fellow man. It is a good type of love and helps us to see others as needing our love but, sadly, it can often also be a selfish love. Many people only show love to others if they can get something out of it. -- Thankfully, most people love out of pure motives. ;)

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So You Have Decided to Investigate this Human Pheromones Phenomenom

Do you know what they are and their role in human behaviour? It's only been in the last few decades that we have begun to understand the presence of pheromones and their impact on our interaction with each other. :shock:

Pheromone Concentrates

Odorless pheromone concentrates are available to those who prefer the scent of their own perfume or colognes. In a concentrate form, it's just a matter of adding several drops to your own product and then applying it to your skin. Alternatively, some people with add a drop or two to their wrists or neck area and then just simply use their cologne or perfume as normal.

Choice of Best Pheromone Products

Remember, men and women will be using different products. For example, in the case of oils, androstenol and copulins attract men while the women are attracted by androstenone. Products come in all shapes and sizes but the bottomline is that they will either be scented or odorless. This choice is given because in the case of odorless products, it won't affect the scent of your favorite perfume or cologne or on the other hand, you may prefer the scent that comes with your best pheromone product.

Pheromone Cologne

Pheromone cologne replaces a man's normal cologne containing powerful androstenone pheromones. Some claims suggest cologne products are not only attractive to women but they have an effect of making women feel more at ease; even in a relaxed frame of mind when around men who are wearing it. :shock:


One of the spin-offs in recent years has been the emergence of pheromone enhanced products. This in itself is somewhat of a "minefield" in the fact that unless you know what you're looking for, choosing the best pheromone product could be like playing "russian roulette."


  • She exposes her wrists. -She touches you.
  • If a woman is interested in you she will also: -talk about you in front of other people.


She points in your direction with her leg or foot. -She leans toward you while talking. -She licks her lips. -She is twirling her hair around.

She plays with her shirt buttons. -She touches herself while she talks. -She strokes her outer thigh lightly. -She mirrors your body movements.


She points in your direction with her leg or foot. -She leans toward you while talking. -She licks her lips. -She is twirling her hair around.


She plays with her shirt buttons. -She touches herself while she talks. -She strokes her outer thigh lightly. -She mirrors your body movements.

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.

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.

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. ;)

Useful, although reductive, theory on attraction comes from evolutionary psychology. It holds that we are drawn to others on the basis of our assessment of their reproductive fitness. We weigh up physical qualities (symmetry, health, youth, strength in men, child-bearing indicators in women), material possessions (wealth), social skills (status, charity, humour, confidence) and cultural factors (fashion, weight, skin tone, hair styles, body decoration). We have roughly standardized perceptions of 'attractive' individuals, though it can vary over history and in different parts of the world.

Various Factors can be At Play During the Initial Attraction

Sometimes it begins as physical impulse - pheromones doing their work - and sometimes it starts as an emotional connection first. Usually it involves an implicit assessment of the other's suitability as a potential mate (genetic donor) and/or a long-term partner (protector of self and of future offspring). This entails a complex interplay of observation (often matching them up to our ideal, or even setting them up as an ideal), reaction (via chemicals and body language) and interaction.

An available person is likely to send out the right signals when they are self-contented. It is a clich, but a relevant one - when we can accept and love ourselves, we are in a good position to be accepted and loved by another. Inner confidence makes itself visible to potential partners. It is more convincing than 'fake' confidence (though sometimes in imagining ourselves confident, we can become it). This is why many happily committed individuals can be so appealing to others.

An excellent book that deals with attraction from an evolutionary perspective is 'The Mating Mind: How Sexual Choice Shaped the Evolution of Human Nature' by Geoffrey Miller. His hypothesis is that a lot of how we conduct our lives e.g. high status jobs, creative work, being charitable or popular for example, sends signals to attract potential partners.

Ideas about Compatibility Include 'Opposites Attract' and 'Like-Minded Attract'

There seems to be clinical support for both positions. On the one hand we may be drawn to individuals who have characteristics we lack. They may reflect our shadow side - the elements that reside within us but which we refuse to acknowledge. They may also balance or complement our personalities. Some examples of differences include highly-driven v. relaxed, artistic v. scientific, sporty v. sedate and introverted v. extroverted. On the other hand, like-minded individuals may connect well because it widens the field of interaction, for example sports lovers can play and watch games together, and extroverts can socialize happily. What seems important in either of these positions is that the underlying core values are congruent. Ethical and social ideals tend to be matched in solid partnerships. :)