How to Make Pheromones

Written by carmen l. diaz
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Pheromones have received a lot of attention in recent years. The word pheromone is made from two Greek words: "pherein," which means to transport and "hormone," which means to stimulate. Pheromones are chemical compounds secreted by human beings and other living creatures that send a subconscious signal to others. Sex pheromones have been proven to send signals that can make you more attractive to the opposite sex. Here we will explain how you can make your own pheromones so you can be and feel more attractive.

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Things you need

  • Celery
  • Gauze pads
  • Your favourite perfume or essential oil
  • Glass bottle

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    Make celery part of your diet. Celery contains androtestosterone, which according to the website Shapefit is a powerful hormone that is released through sweat and attracts the opposite sex. By eating celery, your sweat will contain a higher level of pheromones.

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    Place some gauze pads under your armpits to collect your sweat. If you are a female, you should do this during your period since this is the time when most pheromones are produced. You can also place the gauze pads in other areas where you can collect sweat, like your elbows or behind your knees.

  3. 3

    Place the gauze pads that collected your sweat in your perfume bottle so your own pheromones can enhance the attraction effects of your perfume. You can also put them inside a small glass bottle filled with your favourite essential oil.

  4. 4

    Dab a little of your pheromone enhanced perfume or essential oil on your wrists, neck, temples, the area behind the knees and your ankles.

Tips and warnings

  • You can also contact a chemist that can isolate your own pheromones that you can use by itself or mixed with your or your special someone's favourite fragrance or essential oil.

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