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Pure Flirt Pheromones
by asha82 » Sun Oct 02, 2016 11:53 am

Pure Flirt Pheromones

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Re: Pure Flirt Pheromones
by asha82 » Mon Oct 03, 2016 4:56 pm

Male Pheromone - Four Human Pheromone Types

Pheromones act as a form of chemical communication between human beings. These chemicals are well known for their ability to attract members of the opposite sex.

  • Androstadienone, or A1 pheromone, probably the most popular pheromone within the pheromones community.
  • This so-called "love pheromone" can increase caring feelings and closeness.

There are Four Common Types of Human Pheromones:

Androstenone, or A-None is found in both men and women, however, it is usually known of as a male pheromone because it creates a dominant and aggressive aura and projects an aggressive alpha impression. Also, this pheromone can cause people to act more polite to the wearer. Androstenone has quite a strong and sharp smell in high concentrations, so wearing a decent cover fragrance over androstenone applications is necessary.


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. People have an inclination of bragging on the knowledge they have on any particular project. However, we don't want to brag on what we know on Pheromones, so long as it proves useful to you, we are happy.


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. :lol:

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.

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. :D.


There have been enough studies conducted in recent years to suggest there is a connection between pheromones and attraction. The animal and insect world have been "pheromone conscious" since time began yet, the question remains, do humans really have the capacity to attract a mate through these invisible chemical messengers? Well, studies seem to indicate this ability does exist.

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Can the company be contacted either by email or phone. Both would be preferred. Do a test with their email address and see if you get a response. A prompt response is a good sign, usually within 24-48 hours.

Pheromone Oil Packages

Pheromone oils come in either an unscented or scented version. They are packaged in attractive containers either spray on or dab on. In some cases, you can purchase a concetrated pheromone oil product which will allow you to add it to your favorite cologne. But be warned, whether they will have any effect on your attractiveness to your opposite or same sex pursuits is still being debated. Go ahead and read this article on Pheromone Oil. We would also appreciate it if you could give us an analysis on it for us to make any needed changes to it. :shock:

Choosing a Product

Okay, let's purchase a pheromone oil product. Searching online we come across some likely candidates. Some are cheaper than others while some are offering some pretty sweet deals such as a two-for-one offer. Let's narrow it down: :o.

Do pheromone oils do what they claim to do? This is now a well worn question and one which is difficult to answer. If you are considering playing the synthesized pheromone game then you need to consider a few things before diving into your purse or wallet and purchasing the first product you come across. :roll:

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. :o.

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 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. :)


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.

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.

Pheromones are chemicals that send signals to other members of the same species. These signals could serve many purposes such as marking out territory (As dogs and cats do) or to mark a food trail (How ants all seem to converge on the same food source) or to send alarm signals warning other members of the species of impending danger.

However, the most widely known purpose and the one which has always attracted the most attention is the use of pheromones as a means of sexual attraction. Pheromones as a sexual attractant were identified as far back as 1956 when scientists extracted a compound from certain glands on the abdomen of the silkworm moth. This pheromone which they named bombykol was found to have an amazing effect on male silkworm moths. When exposed to it they immediately went into a frenzied "flutter dance".

Puremones pheromones for women in the world of mammals as well? Studies done on hamsters and rats certainly seem to suggest they do. These studies also suggested that pheromones do not act directly on the normal olfactory senses. They do involve smells but they seem to act through a very specific channel.

Another notable study was conducted by Martha Mclintock in the 1970's when she observed that the menstrual cycles of groups of women who lived together tended to become synchronized. Further study revealed the startling fact that it was exposure to pheromones from other women which caused the changes in cycle.

On the other hand a multi-billion dollar worldwide perfume industry is ample proof of the importance that most of us place on odors and perhaps the lengths to which we go to mask what we consider to be undesirable smells. But do humans have naturally occurring pheromones which impact on the lives of others in the species?

Researchers believe that the vomeronasal organs are instrumental in picking up these specialized signals. The vomeronasal organs or VNO's are tiny cigar-shaped organs found in the nostrils which appear to communicate directly with the parts of the brain that control reproduction and parenting behavior.

Test Subjects Were Exposed to Sweat Samples Collected from Other Women

Their menstrual cycles slowed down or sped up depending on the time of month when the samples had eckerd college. The implications of this discovery for treatment of infertility or even contraception are obviously extremely exciting and it has been suggested effects pheromones could also be used to alter mood and alleviate depression and stress.

That's all very well but do these same mechanisms of attraction and behavior modification apply to the most complex of mammals – man himself? This has long been debated. Sense of smell is perhaps one of human beings least used senses and given the world we live in we perhaps need to rely on it less for survival than other primitive mammals. :roll:

Can pheromone cologne really give you an edge in the daytona state college? The dating game is such a competitive arena that any unfair advantage available is worth exploiting.

It's been maxim pheromones cologne will get you noticed but the rest is then up to you. That is, "getting off first base and working your way around the diamond." On it's own, it won't get you swamped by attractive ladies looking for attention but may help you catch the eye of one and maintain it for a longer length of time.

What are Pheromones?

You cannot smell them. So how does a pheromone cologne work? Well, the cologne is just a vehicle used by manufacturers to carry the pheromones. They are in actual fact an invisible chemical picked up by an organ located in the area of the nose known as a Vomeronasal(VNO).


It's almost like having a sixth sense and extensive research has indicated some people have a stronger ability to emit them than others. Does this explain why some guys for example seem to have the uncanny knack of attracting women yet lack in the looks department while others who have the looks yet struggle in the attraction stakes.

Choosing a Concentrate

Remember, it's the cologne that it's nice! up in the "smell stakes." But what if the cologne you receive with the product is not to your liking? To be honest, many simply don't like some of the aromas that come with their purchase.

This can be Overcome by Using a Concentrate

Simply pick a concentrate product and add it to your favorite cologne product. Confidence is an important part in attracting attention from prospective partners. One of the benefits of using pheromone cologne is the confidence it can engeander in a person's demeanor. :o.

Probably not on it's own however, when you view it as one part of your entire kit of attraction tools then yes, it probably has a role to play in your quest for companionship. It is not always that we just turn on the computer, and there is a page about Pheromone Cologne. We have written this article to let others know more about Pheromone Cologne through our resources.


Products in the form of oils, perfume, cologne or concentrate are now commonplace in the market place although you'll need to go online to get an idea of just how big this burgeoning industry is becoming. It wasn't always like that though, as in the initial phase of pheromone marketing, there was a lot of skepticism to greet this once fledgling industry. ;)


Although you cannot smell pheromones, studies in the last half century indicate humans, like animals, have the ability to attract other humans by way of phermones. So what are pheromones? They are best described as a chemical picked up by what is known as a VNO (vomeronasal organ) which is supposed to be located in the nose.