Pheromones represent chemicals released into the organism of animals and humans, which perform the attraction of representatives of two opposite sex. Pheromones work on a subconscious level. They were removed from glands located in the armpit and the genital areas. They are exuded from the glands located in the armpits and genitals.
Pheromones possess virtually no odor, but have an effect on the receptors of the vomeronasal organ located in the nasal cavity, and hence affect the structures in the hypothalamus responsible for the libido, emotions, etc. Phylogenetically it is much older than the cortex, which is why much of the information perceived by the nose is processed and analyzed on a subconscious level.
A research done in the United States proves that even artificially produced pheromones have an influence on the behavior of humans. Researchers from San Francisco State University are put to the test on the influence of synthetic pheromones on women of different ethnic origins and of different ages. The single women had more meetings with representatives of the stronger sex. During the social contacts half of the participants used pheromone perfume, and other did not. Only the scientists knew what woman to which group belongs. During the test the participants wrote everything in a diary. An important information was how often they kissed, whether their partner during sleep hugged them and how often they had sex.
The result appears to be clear: 74% of women who used the pheromone perfume were kissed more frequent and longer and their partner was much more loving and had 6 times more often sex than the participants without pheromone perfume. Of the ladies who used only their normal perfume, only 23% describe changes in their sexual life.