Thus, the first sexual pheromone product on the market might actually be one of those old-fashioned perfumes made with genuine musk scraped from the anal gland of the civet cat. Many tend to think that pheromones are always scent-based, which is not so.Some pheromones have an odor, but others do not, which is why your magic pheromone sex aid can market itself as “effective, yet odorless! It’s clear that in some cases humans can detect chemical signals that have real, measurable effects.Just set up a trap, bait it with pheromones, and watch pests fly to their demise instead of gobbling up your precious agricultural investment.Sex pheromones in vertebrates, however, are a touchier topic.It definitely has an odor, although descriptions of it range from “sweet” and “woody,” to “urine-like.” It’s found primarily in the sweat and saliva of wild boars, and in that species, it’s definitely used as a sexual signal that causes sows in heat to prepare themselves for mating.
So, is it that much of a stretch to believe you could subtly signal your sexual availability via chemical cues?Or the same sex – since you can find a healthy selection of pheromone products marketed toward gay men, too.Lesbians, though, are apparently out of luck for now.Can a dab of pheromone cologne have the same effect? While pheromones may have some small-scale benefits, don’t expect attractive lads and ladies to start throwing themselves at your feet and ripping their clothes off.Pheromone effects, if they exist, are subtle – or else they wouldn’t be so difficult to pinpoint scientifically.But even if all they do is raise your confidence level, in the end, it can’t hurt anything but your wallet to try.Like the finest perfumes, quality pheromone products can get pricey.Furthermore, you never know what’s really in that little glass bottle.If you can’t see it, taste it, or smell it, it’s easy to peddle something as a pheromone-laced love bomb when really it’s just rubbing alcohol. Wanna read about what kind of experiences your fellow Adult Friend Finder members have had with pheromones? Unfortunately, while it seems that most, if not all people can detect the scent of androstenone, its behavioral effects remain undiscovered.One way pheromones work in humans (and other mammals) is as a relaxant.