Pheromones have long been believed to be directly linked to human attraction, and men and women have tried for years to find the most effective way to harness these pheromones in order to attract members of the opposite sex. Where the concept of pheromones was once a vague, undiscovered one, thanks to the work of Dr. Winnifred Cutler of the Athena Institute we now know a good deal more about pheromones, what they do, and what role they play in human attraction.
Pheromones are chemicals that are produced by the body’s endocrine system, and they are secreted by the body for the purpose of attracting members of the opposite sex. Pheromones don’t in fact alter the sex drive of the person who inhales their intoxicating scent, but they do cause a reaction in the body. The pheromones are detected by the VMO in the nose, and the signals are sent to the hypothalamus. This is the part of the brain that controls emotions, moods, and sexual attraction. The pheromones can alter the mood, rate of breath and the heart rate, but they have not been proven to be directly linked to sexual attraction.
Dr. Cutler’s Amazing Results
Dr. Cutler has dedicated her life to studying pheromones and their effects on human, and she has discovered some truly amazing things. The existence of pheromones was conceived in the late 1970’s, and Dr. Cutler was part of the team that delved deeper into the mysteries of this unique chemical found in animals and humans.
The concept that pheromones could be linked to human sex drive was dreamed up in the 1980’s, and within years the concept was being accepted as fact. Proof was provided by Dr. Cutler and her team of researchers that humans of both genders emit these pheromones, and that these pheromones could actually be collected to be frozen and used at a later date to emulate the effects that pheromones have when first released.
The pheromones were actually collected and frozen for more than 1 year, after which they were applied to the area above the upper lip of a number of test subjects. The results were identical to the effects of pheromones that were seen live in nature. Women had the pheromones applied to their upper lip 3 times a week, and soon their bodies responded by altering their woman’s cycle to the optimum number of days.
This led to the discovery that pheromones can actually help to regulate a woman’s menstrual cycle, and studies have proven that women who have irregular cycles can actually become regular within 3 or 4 months of applying pheromones. Pheromones were also revealed to be an excellent indicator of when a woman is about to go into the most fertile periods of her cycle.
These discoveries revolutionized the way people look at pheromones, as well as how they affect menopause, fertility, and women’s sexuality. Applying pheromones helped to increase people’s frequency of sexual intercourse, informal and formal dating both, self stimulation, and kissing, petting, and hugging. The reason for this is that the pheromones affect the hypothalamus, making women feel the same effects that occur when she is sexually aroused: elevated temperature, shallow breath, fast heart rate, and a feeling of contentment and happiness.
Should You Use Pheromones?
The question remains: Should I use pheromones in the form of colognes to help me attract women?
The answer to your question is up to you. There is no guarantee that the pheromone colognes will actually work, simply because as many as 20% of the people in the world are unable to detect the pheromones. Even if the woman you are trying to attract can detect the odorless pheromones, there is no guarantee that she will respond to the pheromones in a positive way. Many men have found that wearing pheromones increased the amount of attention and physical contact they received from women, thanks to the various pheromones added to the cologne.