The Complexity Of Pheromones

The perversion of pheromones 50 years ago is now practiced by up to 50% of our adolescents. Is the increasing acceptance of oral sex an indication of the breakdown of family and religious values or can these patterns of sexual intimacies often condemned in the past may be seen today as another way to strengthen the emotional bonds necessary for healthy relationships?


As a society concerned with the physiology of our behavior, as humans, , cast in “God’s image,” must we always separate ourselves from our animal to ancestry? How do we transcend our animal antecedents and reapply our instinctive drives necessary for reproduction and the development of our civilization? How do pheromones govern us, providing adaptation and ii contriving to produce constructive socialization?
In this article, we hold that pheromones (sexually responsive odor reproduction) provides a repetitive stimulus to human love and attachment. It is obvious that we are no different at one level from our pets, or from“ farm animals, for whom genital odor is the root of reproductive interest. While this is not foreign to our behavior, it should not be destructive or demeaning to our values of love and concern for each other, but can be reinforcing influence on family values. Pheromones stimulate sexual confidence and prepare the way for sexual excitement. Learn about pheromones and attraction at http://www.ppem.org/pheromone-science-unraveled/ and http://www.lankadirectories.com/pheromones-play-an-influential-role/.

Human Development With Pheromones


Essential to the development of human civilization, our preoccupation with pheromones has been held in check by the evolutionary development of the hidden estrus of our women. Unlike animal behavior, women sexually cycle without stimulating the obvious aggressive awareness o responding males. Learn about do pheromones work at http://heartywomen.com/pheromones-are-important-for-behavioral-communication/.


Our pheromonal odors, unlike those of insects, all members of the animal kingdom, are subtle in their influence don’t have to sniff odors to feel their influence, although we must close to be enveloped in them. Closeness is the key to our behavior governed by the trophic effects of pheromones on our brain. Yet, cannot ignore the role they play, in governing the maturity of sexual identity, sexual pleasure, oral sex, and heterosexual or homosexual behavior. Our brains are pre-programmed to respond to this miasma under the right circumstances envelops the human body and activation with the one that attracts us.

The Complexity of Pheromones


The most understood pheromone detection system in mammals is the vomeronasal organ. Mykytowycz and his collaborators noted that castration of adult males resulted in a decrease in pheromone detection. This effect could be reversed by treatment with exogenous testosterone. Apocrine gland development of female rabbits was unaffected by spaying, so it seems as if glandular development in both sexes is controlled by testosterone (Fig. 2-1). Oestrogen, when administered experimentally to intact male rabbits, causes a decrease in apocrine gland size. It also reduces the effectiveness of pheromones if administered to castrated rabbits already receiving male sex hormone. As far as is known, progesterone has no observable effect on apocrine glands. The effects of sex pheromones are not well known but their action appears to be stimulatory. Fairly large doses, 10 mg/day, may be necessary to induce observable increase in arousal in women.

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