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    Default Pheromones that Affect Pulsatile Secretion of Luteinizing Hormone and Mood in Women

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    Male Axillary Extracts Contain Pheromones that Affect Pulsatile Secretion of Luteinizing

    Hormone and Mood in Women Recipients


    George Preti2,3,4, Charles J. Wysocki3,5, Kurt T. Barnhart6, Steven

    J. Sondheimer6 and James J. Leyden4

    Monell Chemical Senses Center,3 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104

    Department of Dermatology,4 School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104

    Department of Animal Biology,5 School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    19104 Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology,6 School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia,

    Pennsylvania 19104

    Human underarm secretions, when applied to women recipients, alter the length and timing

    of the menstrual cycle. These effects are thought to arise from exposure to primer pheromones that are produced in

    the underarm. Pheromones can affect endocrine (primer) or behavioral (releaser) responses, provide information

    (signaler), or perhaps even modify emotion or mood (modulator). In this study, we extracted underarm secretions from

    pads worn by men and placed the extract under the nose of women volunteers while monitoring serum LH and

    emotion/mood. Pulses of LH are excellent indicators of the release of GnRH from the brain's hypothalamus. In women,

    the positive influence of GnRH on LH affects the length and timing of the menstrual cycle, which, in turn, affects

    fertility. Here we show that extracts of male axillary secretions have a direct effect upon LH-pulsing and mood of

    women. In our subjects, the putative male pheromone(s) advanced the onset of the next peak of LH after its

    application, reduced tension, and increased relaxation. These results demonstrate that male axillary secretions

    contain one or more constituents that act as primer and modulator pheromones.
    Very interesting

    article that provides evidence that pheromones cause an LH spike in females.

    Bobby

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    Thanks for the post!

    JVK

    has talked about that study a lot. Of course, we don't know which components, besides -nol, contributed to the

    spike. But the methodology is a good one, and a model for other needed studies. People exposed to axillary

    secretions would make a great control group; for comparisons, in studies in which individual pheromones and

    combos are tested against each other. A "successful" application would have to beat the plain axillary secretions in

    LH scores.
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    Good post, thanks for the

    info.

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    'Tis what I do



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    BTW, the direction I

    was headed with this abstract posting is to develop the idea of using pheromones to not only entice the opposite sex

    but to also increase ones own libido.

    What if a male pheromone product contained -nol, -none, -rone,

    -dienone, and a small amount of COPULINS? Of course, the ratios of each would have to be determined by scientific

    evidence but the implications are worth considering. The anticipated effect would be a powerful attractant for

    females but also stimulate the male libido over time (through LH release which determines natural testosterone

    level).

    Now, I haven't found an article yet that clearly identifies the evidence for LH spiking in males

    when exposed to female copulins but both systems work the same...hence, it should hold true.

    Bobby

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    To start, you just can't use A-1 in

    a product because of patent issues.

    Also, a lot of us have experimented with that combo - AE A-1 and some

    cops.

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    Where there is a

    will there is a way

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    This idea about men using

    coplins has been disussed at length from many different angles on the forum. Many have tried putting raw cops under

    their nose, for example. Especially entertaining was the "lucky pants" episode. The jury was split. The addition of

    cops seems to attract some women, but turn some away.

    Research indicates a testosterone spike within 15 minutes

    of a man's exposure to the cops.
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