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What is a Pheromone? 

The Science of Attraction

Human pheromones are detected by the vomeronasal passage. From there it is relayed to the hypothalamus (the oldest part of the brain) that controls fear, hunger, and the Sex Drive!
The conscious part of the brain (thinking) is unaware of the whole process. Pheromones react like an instinct or emotion, and because of this, thinking is not required.

Women/Men detect the odorless sex pheromone with their Vomeronasal Organ (VNO), called the sixth sense in Fortune magazine's "Technology" column. Located deep in the nasal passage, its only purpose is to detect odorless sex pheromones. Evolution, in it's grand plan, created this organ to instantly transmit the presence of this hormone to the areas of the brain that regulate sexual drive.

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The true beauty of this human process is that it is totally subconscious! Your desired mate is unaware of this hormonal scent except for the strong sexual desire taking over his or her body. You'll notice the difference immediately because of their extra caresses, their noticeable advances and their unstoppable desire.

What is a Pheromone?

Men and women have always sought the ultimate aphrodisiac. Tales of successful aphrodisiacs have spread throughout the ages. Unfortunately, science has never confirmed these tales. Science is all about proof, and to your benefit, science has now isolated a human sex pheromone. Pheromones are defined as hormonal secretions that stimulate a physiological or behavioral response from individuals of the same species. That means that humans react only to pheromones produced by other humans.

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