You received our human pheromones. We devised a rudmimentary test to see if people are more attracted to use when we wear pheromones. So we thought one way to show up at a bar, get a baseline without pheromones, sit in the bar and notice how many people approach us and hit on us.
We then return to the bar in the same conditions and use the pheromones and see if it increases attraction. There has not been a ton of research on the efficacy of human pheromones.
Originally we were going to try the pheromones on a Tuesday night. After considering it was not the best night for social activity we decided to do it on a Friday evening. I generally don’t wear aftershave or cologne but I do have a several bottles of Pherazone pheromones for men. Your pheromone fragrance should last you four to six months depending on your usage. You may choose to use human pheromone such as Athena Institute 10x straight without added perfume or cologne.
I found the pheromones to be quite powerful in a bar setting. So, did I receive any attention at the bar?
Pheromones in Bees
Pheromones replenished, or indeed whether a worker continues to assume the alarm releasing posture when its alarm pheromone supply is exhausted.
Huber (1814) observed that when he agitated bees that were in a semi- torpid condition they protruded their stings upon which drops of venom appeared. Bees of a winter cluster frequently extrude their stings when disturbed (Ghent and Gary, 1962) presumably releasing alarm pheromone, and in sub-zero temperatures when the bees on the cluster periphery are too cold to ﬂy their behaviour alerts warmer bees in the cluster interior to ﬂy to the attack (Morse, 1966).
Much still needs to be discovered about the conditions under which bees release alarm pheromone, and whether it is usually only when large intruders (mammals or birds) constitute a danger.
Alerted workers need to search and discover the enemy before their aggression can be released. Furthermore, although the odour of alarm pheromone has alerted the bees and made them ready to sting they need an additional stimulus to do so. Certain characteristics of the enemy, especially the odour, jerky movement, hairy body covering enable bees to recognize it and provoke attack (Free, 1961b). Presumably these characteristics are sometimes great enough to provoke attack without the bees ﬁrst being alerted by alarm pheromones. Pheromone from the sting gland is also used to mark an enemy and make it a more obvious target. A bee sting is normally non lethal.
Pheromones retracted within its sting chamber but when attacking it is protruded ready to thrust into an enemy. The shaft of a sting is barbed and a bee is unable to withdraw it from the skin of vertebrates, so the sting, together with associated motor apparatus and glands are severed from the bee as it attempts to ﬂy away and are left attached to the enemy. The severed sting apparatus continues to pump venom into the victim and alarm pheromone is dispersed from the exposed under-surface of the sting shaft membrane (Ghent and Gary, 1962). Venom itself does not stimulate stinging (Free and Simpson, 1968) but under some circumstances it may contain alarm pheromone (Gunnison, 1966), the conditions under which this occurs are not clear. Probably the alarm pheromone is dispersed from a severed sting within a few minutes. We do not know the relative amount of alarm pheromone released when a bee is alerting others and when its sting is embedded in an adversary. Perhaps the composition of alarm pheromone differs in these two circumstances.