Our day to day lives is hectic as the people worry endlessly about their finances, their successes and failures, and their ability to balance their love life. Living has become more and more difficult so when products like Chikara come along, you need to grab the goat by the horns and give yourself a leg up. Chikara is the name of one of the indigenous four-horned goat antelopes in Nepal and parts of India (catch that reference!). Chikara pheromones are a brand of human pheromones that can be used in the same manner as perfume or cologne.
Pheromones are defined as a chemical substance, a form of stimuli, produced by an animal to create a behavioral response. Chikara pheromones are from an animal, the chikara also known as “chousingha”, are one of the more popular pheromones for the main reason that it carries three main stimuli androstenone, androstenol, and androsterone. The hormones pique the interest of the female gender and “push” the carrier of said scent to act or at the very least appear in a dominant manner. The attractiveness of the scent originates in the base emotions it affects such as increasing arousal and heightening the atmosphere into a friendlier more comfortable state.
Understanding how to use Chikara pheromones properly is very important. The pheromone should be used very sparingly and in certain places on the body. For example, good places to place the pheromone is on the neck, underneath the arm, and even around the pelvis area. Sometimes, putting it in the wrong place can even cause the opposite effect if any at all. Using the scent lies in the experimentation and whether you believe it works. Use sparingly and be aware of the results when you wear Chikara. Most people will find that it is very effective and can work wonders with the opposite sex!