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    Default Are pheromones physically addictive?

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    have been reading the forums for a few days, and it seems that some of these mones can give a feeling of "well

    being" -(correct me if I`m wrong) -and it`s something else than placebo effect.

    I presume that mones can give

    some sort of psychological addiction, but my question is can they give a physicall addiction?

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    Well... considering that mones

    are natural products of our own bodies, the logical answer is they can`t be physically addictive, but I still wanna

    hear some opinions.

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    I've used 'mones for 3 years

    and don't get the "buzz," even with OD levels. Perhaps some experiencing a placebo effect. Sometimes I feel "high"

    before a date with a hot chick or a performance because of the anticipation of the thrill. No 'mones needed for

    that...
    "I'm just a dirty hornytoad" -Gegogi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick666
    Well... considering

    that mones are natural products of our own bodies, the logical answer is they can`t be physically addictive, but I

    still wanna hear some opinions.
    I don't agree on that. One can become psychologically addicted to

    anything that is capable of changing emotions / mood / state. There is no rule that says psychological addiction is

    not possible just because the substance is natural.

    However with the pheromones that we currently have available

    this does not seem to be a problem, because habituation effects are so strong that's you would quickly come to a

    point that you can't physically increase dosage any more - and that's OD land on others (negative social

    reactions) already.

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    what happens when you

    don't wear them? Nothing. To be addicted to something there has to be a withdrawal. There's no withdrawal of

    any sort when you don't wear mones.
    There is a cure for electile dysfuntion!!!!

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    It's (only) a psychological

    addiction... a bit like "I'm wearing my lucky red shirt, all the girls talk to me when i wear it" type of

    thing.
    But to be honest, I don't know about you but i like it when people take an interest in me , sexual or not.

    I'm often not the most outgoing person but the 'mones can help me come out my man cave at times. Hell, if woman

    can have fake boobs and nails I'm allowed some extra 'mones!
    just my take on it...
    early 40's white male or or

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sunny
    I don't agree on

    that. One can become psychologically addicted to anything that is capable of changing emotions / mood / state. There

    is no rule that says psychological addiction is not possible just because the substance is natural.

    However with

    the pheromones that we currently have available this does not seem to be a problem, because habituation effects are

    so strong that's you would quickly come to a point that you can't physically increase dosage any more - and

    that's OD land on others (negative social reactions) already.
    I do think there is some potential for

    psychological addiction to pheromone use....maybe addiction is a strong word, but I would say that over-dependence

    to pheromones can become a problem...especially if we start attributing anything positive that happens to us

    socially/sexually to pheromones. The act of wearing pheromones themselves makes a person feel more confident than

    one normally would. I think that someone can very easily build a dependence on just the act of wearing the mones,

    and not even the effects themselves.

    Just to keep things in perspective, I really recommend that people go for a

    about two weeks without the pheromones on, just so one can realize how much of the positive 'hits' are a product

    of ourselves and our actions, and not simply a matter of mones. I think most people, especially after extended use,

    will be pleasantly suprised.

    I do not think there is any risk of physical addiction however.

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    no physical addiction... just don't

    get mentally dependent on them!
    "An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest."
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    I am psychologically addicted to

    them. I have not seen results really, and yet, I have spent more money on these things than anything. Not out of

    hope, I have game and I am good looking. I am just addicted to running to the mailbox to get the new toys, and play

    with mixes. I enjoy mixing them for the planned situation. I keep a roll on with me of my own mixture. I am too

    oblivious to even notice if it is working, but it sure is fun to play with. So is it addicting? Yes. But physically?

    No. If I forget to put them on I do not withdraw or even care. I just like playing with them.

    I do have an

    addicting personality. Heck, I get addicted to anything I like. Don't get me started on masterbation. I can have

    sex with a girl and still go home and do it becuase it is my habbit. Thats why I can't try coke or anyhting.

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