Studies at the Universities of Colorado and Utah found that pheromones are detected through the Vomeronasal Organ (VNO) in the noseResearch has shown that the animal kingdom does it, and yes we do it too. In our search for mates and sexual encounters, we send out silent chemical messengers called pheromones to signal our interest. We cannot smell, see, feel or hear pheromones - they are a subliminal, silent seducer.

Studies at the Universities of Colorado and Utah found that pheromones are detected through the Vomeronasal Organ (VNO) in the nose, which functions as the distinct sensory gear that detects pheromones in humans. As an experiment, the scientists placed devices inside the nose that measured cellular activity and found that the only area that reacted to air containing pheromones was the group of cells found near the holes inside the nose.

After this finding, scientists established a mechanism that triggered a subconscious, biological sexual response in women to male pheromones. Women have a naturally better defined sense of smell and thousands of times better pheromone perception than men. Through the VNO in the nose, pheromones stimulate and send signals to the hypothalamus, the centre of attraction and sexual desire. It was found that women sense male pheromones instantly and become sexually attracted to the men who bear them.

The vomeronasal organ is connected neurally to the amygdala and hypothalamus. Pheromones acting on the vomeronasal organ can change the concentration of hormones at the hypothalamic level and in turn hormone output from the pituitary gland. The main olfactory organ activates higher cortical centres changing emotion and mood - in addition to providing a parallel separate route of chemosensation to the hypothalamus.

One of the first leading researchers in pheromone studies was Dr. Winifred Cutler, a renowned psychiatrist who concluded that applying pheromones on your skin is a useful adjunct for sex therapy. She found that due to wear and tear of the human body, such as age, injury and hormone changes-people's natural pheromones diminished.
Her published study opened the door to many scientists further investigating the affects of pheromones on human behaviour. But scientists were not the only ones researching with these intricate molecules. People began to superficially apply pheromones and in turn found their mediocre love lives turn into ravishing love fests. Their overall approach to social settings changed because now others were interested in engaging conversation, going on a second date or even recreating that spark between partners.

In Iceland, Agnar Helgeson has found that human pheromones can indicate the degree of familial relatedness that two partners share. When two partners have a high degree of familial relatedness, they are more likely to conceive. These findings have opened a realm where pheromones can be used as adjuncts to increasing fertility and conception.

In Japan, Kazuyuki Shinohara has researched the phenomenon of female’s menstrual synchrony. It is known that when females are in close proximity to other females, their menstruation becomes uniform or synchronizes. According to Shinohara, the synchrony is due to the affects of the pheromone molecule androstenol, which alters internal hormonal secretions in females. Further investigation into pheromones close relationship with female’s ovulation can be the answer to many fertility issues and menstrual problems.

The powerful affects of pheromones have not gone unnoticed in the scientific research world. Internationally, scientifically acclaimed researchers are furthering their investigations into the dynamics of how pheromones work.

After three years of research and development with Digital Specialty Chemicals Digital Specialty Chemicals - we have successfully completed the synthesis of Androstenone (5 alpha-androsten-16-en-3-one) and Androstenol (5 alpha-androsten-16-en-3 alpha-ol).

Silent Seduction® guaranteed scientific formulas ensure that you do get what you pay for. We do not dilute our pheromones with any oils or additives.

Home  |   Pheromones  |   Products  |   Research  |   Shopping Cart  |   FAQ's  |   Partners  |   Contact Us
Copyright 2021 Silent Seduction. Site Design by . Muskoka Information