Wednesday, 6 June 2012

Human Pheromones for Love

Pheromones are more commonly associated with animals and insects, which is a chemical factor which is either excreted or secreted to trigger a special social response in the members of the same species. One popular example of a special social response is procreation, in which animals and insects usually leave a secretion or excretion of a chemical, normally urine, to signal the opposite sex for fertility.

However, other than animals and insects, humans are also said to produce pheromones which can also trigger a number of special social responses to its receiver. This also includes attracting the opposite sex for procreation, or more commonly known as “one-night stands”.

Existence of Human Pheromones

According to many experts, human pheromones also exists, that men and women absent-mindedly uses pheromones to interact with other humans. One of the most popular studies done to prove the existence of human pheromones is that of Martha McClintock and her study of human pheromones affecting a woman’s menstrual cycle

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