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Can You Attract Men Using The Hidden Power Of Pheromones?
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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 through urination) or to mark a food trail (Have you ever wondered 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". The scientists realized they had found a vital element in the process of sexual attraction for these moths. Over time, this information has been used to control and disrupt the breeding cycles of many insects and pests.
Insects in general have very simple and predictable behavior patterns and are therefore the easiest subjects for this sort of experimentation. Do pheromones work 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.
Researchers believe that the vomeronasal organs were instrumental in picking up these specialized signals. The vomeronasal organs or VNO's are tiny cigar-shapes organs found in the nostrils which appear to communicate directly with the parts of the brain that control reproduction and parenting behavior.
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. 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.
The bottle on the left is one of the examples how pheromones are being used commercially to attract men secretly - the substance they use is unscented so it cannot be detected.
But do humans have naturally occurring pheromones which impact on the lives of others in the species?
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