True Pheromones

True Pheromones

June 24, 2011 15:45 ET

True Pheromones: Pheromones Are Internationally Researched And Have Promising Results

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 24, 2011) -

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The realm of research regarding pheromones is explosive. Today, more and more research becomes accessible and published. Scientists around the world have delved into the fascinating affects of pheromones and how they have altered our day-to-day living.

Aside from being promising attractants and stimulating arousal agents - pheromones have a deep affect on conception and female's menstrual cycle.

Some pheromones have the effect of mimicking certain periods of a females menstrual cycle. For example, copulins are naturally produced in females when they are ovulating. When copulins are superficially applied, they mimic the effects that ovulation propagates.

Thus, females want to conceive, so they are more readily aroused and more willing to have sex. These unique molecules not only have an affect on female's but also increase male's testosterone by 150%, instantly. The user and her partner are now totally engaged in one another, and ready to experience each other sexually.

The powerful affects of pheromones, have not gone unnoticed in the scientific research world. Internationally, scientifically acclaimed researchers are furthering their investigations into the dynamics of how pheromones work.

In Iceland, Agnar Helgeson has found that human pheromones can indicate the degree of familial relatedness that two partners share. When two partners have a high degree of familial relatedness, they are more likely to conceive. These findings have opened a realm where pheromones can be used as adjuncts to increasing fertility and conception.

In Japan, Kazuyuki Shinohara has researched the phenomenon of females menstrual synchrony. It is known that when females are in close proximity to other females, their menstruation becomes uniform or synchronizes. According to Shinohara, the synchrony is due to the affects of the pheromone molecule androstenol, which alters internal hormonal secretions in females.

Further investigation into pheromones close relationship with females ovulation can be the answer to many fertility issues and menstrual problems.

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