Terms and Definitions

Endocrinology ...
is the science of ductless glands and their function (the science of hormones).

Hormones are ...
chemical messengers that regulate cellular processes, synthesized within cells from which they may be released.

Hypothalamus is ...
an area of the brain that controls a number of bodily functions and subconscious thought processes and memory. Although the pituitary gland produces the most hormones found in the human body, the hypothalamus regulates its functions.

The Olfactory System ...
Smells are detected in the nose by the specialized receptor cells of the olfactory epithelium. These are called olfactory receptor neurons. In the roof of each nostril is a region called the nasal mucosa. This region contains the sensory epithelium - the olfactory epithelium - covered by mucus. The approximate area of this olfactory region is 5cm2 in humans.

Poly peptides are ...
neurotransmitters in the hypothalamus that control the unconscious centers of the nervous system. These regulate things like temperature, emotions, sleep, fear, rage and bliss.

Pheromones are ...
detected subliminally through our vomeronasal organ (VNO) system. The VNO is a separate organ in the nose that is not responsible for our sense of smell, but is another pathway that leads directly to the hypothalamus portion of the brain stimulating sexual attraction.

Men's pheromones ...
contain Androstenone, which appear to be the essence of male aggression and dominance. Women are attracted to men who naturally secret large quantities of these pheromones.

Women's pheromones ...
contain Androstenol and Copulins. Androstenol is produced from the onset of puberty until the early twenties, after which production rapidly declines. Copulins are produced by females through volatile fatty acids in their vaginal secretions.

Silent Seduction® pheromones ...
Have been tested and affirmed of assistance in normalizing the menstrual cycle and as an aid in PMS, depression and anxiety related to menstrual problems.




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