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Human pheromones have caused a lot of debate. That is an understatement. So far, the gap between the believers and non believers is still relatively wide despite some promising research being done in this area. What is it about human behaviour that we actually need to see something before we believe it. Talk about the missing link… think about it, could pheromones actually be the X factor in us which determines attraction?

Do Pheromones Really Work?

The debate between pro pheromone advocates and non believers continues. The problem is, there is no official evidence they actually play a part in human behaviour. Certainly research has pointed to evidence suggesting they may be evident in our day-to-day behaviour but until somebody comes out and produces concrete, unrefutable evidence they exist in humans, then we can only surmise they exist.

Examples of studies include such things as human pheromones being linked to the reproductive system in men an women. Also, they’ve been associated with the relationship between a mother and child. Who doesn’t have an attachment to their mother in an instinctive way? Is this pheromones at play?

Did You Know?

Animal pheromones were well understood more than three decades ago. In fact, pheromones were used by manufacturers as pest control to lessen the incidence of damage on crops in horticultural areas.

Looking At The Evidence

Pheromones started to make the headlines during the 1980’s when research led by Dr. Winifred Cutler provided evidence of men and women having the capability of emitting pheromones. Furthermore, Dr. Cutler’s studies began somewhat of a marketing trend and today, as a product, pheromone enhanced perfumes are gaining rapidly in popularity.

So it’s well known that pheromones play a part in the animal and insect world. Are we not animals as well? Why wouldn’t it be possible for humans to communicate and attract through phermones?

Research indicating pheromones affect such things as menstrual cycles and the reproductive system in humans were hard to refute when the evidence was presented. When Dr. Cutler produced her findings, she dreamed at the time of commercially-produced creams, sprays and perfumes containing pheromones which could have an affect on the well-being of women.

How To Choose A Pheromone Product

The emergence of pheromone marketing websites online has been quite dramatic, especially during the last couple of years. It’s almost a maze to wade through and the problem many would be having is whether to buy the cheapest product available or buy from the first site they see?

We’ve spoken about Winifred Cutler pioneering the marketing of pheromones and her site holds the key to buying products. When searching for the best pheromone products, a site should provide a good balance between general research information along with it’s sales pitch.

Even more importantly, if the manufacturers produce their own products in house, even better. They are more likely to be serious about staying in business for the long term rather than making a quick dollar and disappearing off the scene. How much you spend is up to you. There are offers involving two-for-one on some sites while others are happy to provide products without all the hype.

Dean Caporella is a professional broadcaster. So how do pheromones really affect human behaviour? We tell you in this informative report plus, read the latest news and reviews in the world of pheromones at:http://www.thepheromoneadvantage.com

Perfume Pheromones
Perfume Pheromones

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