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    Default The physiological aspect of pheromones

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    What is it that "produces" pheromones in our bodies naturally?
    Perhaps a product to increase that function would

    give the whole pheromone-scene a new angle of attack?

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    Quote Originally Posted by seduceme
    What is it

    that "produces" pheromones in our bodies naturally?
    Perhaps a product to increase that function would give the

    whole pheromone-scene a new angle of attack?
    Very interesting question indeed!

    My theory is:
    - Our

    hormones (output + balance - 2 separate things)
    - Our personal metabolism: How our personal metabolism processes /

    alters those hormones. This could vary over time depending on general health etc.
    - Our genetic make-up

    I'm

    sure my list isn't exhaustive.
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    Expand on Hormones - output ,

    do you mean the actual levels of hormones under the assumption there is a balance?

    What part does the

    immunal system play?

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    seduceme please do a forum search

    the science based posts are around here somewhere.

    Ammino acids - tesostrone levels - certain pheromones and

    sweat

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watcher
    seduceme please

    do a forum search the science based posts are around here somewhere.

    Ammino acids - tesostrone levels -

    certain pheromones and sweat
    So it really comes down to the testosterone levels?
    Makes sense, high

    levels of testosterone would signal virility in males. Though they'd make lousy parents.

    Amino acids? What

    role do peptides play in pheromones except maybe for production by proteinsynthesis inside cells secreting

    pheromones(my assumptions, for all I know they may be converted from fatbased hormones AKA steroids aswell).

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    Oh and if Testosterone really

    the keyfactor then this link might be interesting as they allegedly found compounds that affect both

    negative-feedback-loops in the hypothalamus, thus "naturally" bringing your testosterone-levels to

    supraphysiological levels. Now we just have to sit back and wait for a product to hit the market containing these

    substances.

    http://www.bodybuilding.com/fun/core_june_3.htm

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    i noticed one friend who

    decide to use steroids for months had an increase in hits. most of the women who reacted favorably weren't the

    musclebound lovers. i was mone free those nights so it wasn't my mones in the air causing it. unfortunately for my

    friend he has no game and the roids are killing his personality.

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    roids are bad news - esp the

    anabolic steroiids. Avoid em unless prescribed by a doctor for specific medical reasons.

    A lot comes down to

    diet what u eat and drink - caffine has an interesting effect.

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    Good fats and cholesterol.



    In fact, you wouldn't have pheromones at all if it wasn't for cholesterol.

    Increase that cholesterol level,

    guys!
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    A lot comes down to diet

    what u eat and drink - caffine has an interesting effect.
    How would you characterise the effect of

    caffeine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watcher
    A lot comes down

    to diet what u eat and drink - caffine has an interesting effect.
    Well that can be said about alot of

    things, but then what? Which components in the food go on to be readily available pheromones emitted by our bodies

    and how?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Le Sillage
    Good fats and

    cholesterol.

    In fact, you wouldn't have pheromones at all if it wasn't for cholesterol.

    Increase

    that cholesterol level, guys!
    As with most steroidal hormones and other lipidbased

    hormones.
    Most of us get enough cholesterol through our diet, problem is it can be ineffective cholesterol, like

    the "lock" analogy of DHEA in the pherlure thread. Cholesterol thats all scrambled up from say heat is an unlikely

    candidate to be transformed into DHEA, prohormones and finally hormones.

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    Stress,smoking,drug and alcohol

    use will also effect pheromone output.Along with diet and excersise and general health over all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tim929
    Stress,smoking,drug and alcohol use will also effect pheromone output.Along with diet and excersise

    and general health over all.
    Yes and the question is why? What are the mechanisms?

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