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    Default Dr JV Kohl, Dr Smell This Bruce how about

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    Dr JV Kohl, Dr Smell This Bruce how about neroli scented pheromones.

    Neroli by itself is a head

    turner . It is a masculine citrus smell . hard to describe unless you smelled it .

    It would be perfect with

    high none products becuase it relaxes people while still be a strong sexual smell

    another site i went to had

    them . However Bruce has such world clas customer service i want to order from here from now on.

    so how about it

    any interest in neroli scented pheromones?

    some neroli info . I got 3 sources of neroli stuff divided into 3

    paragraphs. I did not list any links do to not wanting to spam or have the appearance of spamming

    Neroli, like

    Jasmine and Rose, is a well known aphrodisiac, calming anxiety, reenergizing and instilling confidence. A natural

    tranquilizer,. Neroli can be hypnotic and euphoric, particularly when applied through a massage oil.


    'The

    reputed aphrodisiac quality of Neroli stems not from a direct hormonal or stimulant effect, as with some oils, but

    rather from its ability to calm any nervous apprehension that may be felt before a sexual encounter'( i do not

    totaly agree with that statement , i think neroli is sexual, however one cannot deny it's calming effects. women

    use it to treat pms and pmt )


    An aid to depression and insomnia. In her book, Herbs for Health and

    Healing, Kathi Keville describes neroli as "comforting" and "calming," so it's not surprising that most experts say

    it is useful as both a sedative and an antidepressant.
    Other uses. Neroli is also said to possess aphrodisiac and

    antiseptic qualities. As a supplement, it is said to be an effective digestive aid. In fact, a couple of Bulgarian

    studies published back in 1981 showed that C. aurantium, in combination with other herbs, relieved constipation.

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    FYI, the other site's

    "neroli" scent might have a little neroli in it, but to my nose is mostly synthetic neroli fragrance, so you won't

    have any of the natural aphrodisiac properties or other theraputic properties. This isn't a "diss". Bruce also

    sells some products with synthetic fragrance, some of which are quite popular.

    There are plenty of natural

    aphrodisiacs. My product Pheros has about 100 of them. Neroli is great, and has much to recommend it. But if

    it were me I probably would not choose neroli for a men's product (it's a flower), but would choose something more

    generic, because then you're not running up against people's personal preference variations as much. I happen to

    know there are many people that don't like the "neroli" scent at the other site, like Gegogi.

    Still the neroli

    would work out better that way if it were all natural, because then it wouldn't be so perfumey and overbearing to

    some.

    In all fairness to the other site, it would be rare to find anyone who would do it the way I'm endorsing.

    Their products do smell decent, were scented by a professional fragrance company, and they seem to sell well.



    But good neroli is hard to find, and even if you find it, it is hard to consistently get it. I know because I

    searched all over the world for quality and quantities of that very oil recently. I found nothing that met my fairly

    high standards at the time. Real neroli is also expensive.

    Also, neroli by itself would not be quite as good as

    a simple, natural perfume with neroli, IMHO.

    Finally, there is a lot to be said for scentless pheromones,

    because then you can choose how you are going to smell when you add your own scent, and can mix them without the

    scents clashing (the only way around this is to take a "generic" or "universal" approach, if you're going to

    scent). I have no idea why any consumer wouldn't think this way, but that's why I'm not rich, I guess.

    BTW,

    I'd be more than willing to design a more generic, unisex, universally non-offensive way to scent pheromones, if

    there seemed to be enough interest in it; and if Bruce needed it.
    DrSmellThis (creator of P H E R O S)

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    Quote Originally Posted by DrSmellThis View Post
    FYI,

    the other site's "neroli" scent might have a little neroli in it, but to my nose is mostly synthetic neroli

    fragrance, so you won't have any of the natural aphrodisiac properties or other theraputic properties. This isn't

    a "diss". Bruce also sells some products with synthetic fragrance, some of which are quite popular.

    There are

    plenty of natural aphrodisiacs. My product Pheros has about 100 of them. Neroli is great, and has much to

    recommend it. But if it were me I probably would not choose neroli for a men's product (it's a flower), but would

    choose something more generic, because then you're not running up against people's personal preference variations

    as much. I happen to know there are many people that don't like the "neroli" scent at the other site, like Gegogi.



    Still the neroli would work out better that way if it were all natural, because then it wouldn't be so

    perfumey and overbearing to some.

    In all fairness to the other site, it would be rare to find anyone who would

    do it the way I'm endorsing. Their products do smell decent, were scented by a professional fragrance company, and

    they seem to sell well.

    But good neroli is hard to find, and even if you find it, it is hard to consistently get

    it. I know because I searched all over the world for quality and quantities of that very oil recently. I found

    nothing that met my fairly high standards at the time. Real neroli is also expensive.

    Also, neroli by itself

    would not be quite as good as a simple, natural perfume with neroli, IMHO.

    Finally, there is a lot to be said

    for scentless pheromones, because then you can choose how you are going to smell when you add your own scent, and

    can mix them without the scents clashing (the only way around this is to take a "generic" or "universal" approach,

    if you're going to scent). I have no idea why any consumer wouldn't think this way, but that's why I'm not rich,

    I guess.

    BTW, I'd be more than willing to design a more generic, unisex, universally non-offensive way to scent

    pheromones, if there seemed to be enough interest in it; and if Bruce needed it.

    i never bought from

    te other site but i do remember when bath and beauty had a neroli , violet cassie mix i would add that to pure

    instinct (not primal instinct and wow )

    i also tried pure dilluted neroli with awesome effects as well



    like you said tho it would have to be natural . thanks for the heads up

    i would love it if this site came up

    with a "neroli nuke " of its own

    i am that convinced and would like to buy from here from the suppliers that

    are here such as Bruce ,JV KOHL and of course yourself


    by the way you still sell pheros im gonna have to

    look for it

    once again thanks for the heads up about the fake neroli scent the other site was using

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    Doesn't A314 use Neroli? I

    think it smells pretty good for a mone mixture.

    -CAt

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    Quote Originally Posted by CAtriathlete View Post
    Doesn't A314 use Neroli? I think it smells pretty good for a mone mixture.



    -CAt
    I thought there were different versions of a314 with different scents, including something called,

    "Royal Oil", which I think is the one mine is scented with. I could be mistaken, however. At one point they were

    scenting it with an essential oil mix; and I think the one sold here might contain that.
    DrSmellThis (creator of P H E R O S)

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    The A314 I got from L-S seems to

    have a light EO scent to start. In fact the first time I wore it I didn't cover since the scent was mild and

    pleasant. Big mistake, the nice scent wore off leaving me in the litterbox midday with no recourse but to kill the

    cat. It does cover well though with a couple of frags and oil mixes I have.

    Developing the cat theme in a more

    friendly manner... Nice to see you again CAt.

    Doc, you wouldn't care to name a couple of the more exotic oils

    in Pheros would you? Even a few?

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    OMG, idesign, I've been

    dropping "hints" as to the "secret ingredients" in Pheros for three years. I bet I've named half of them by

    now.

    The wood note is the most prominent, and the basis for that note is sandalwoods, oud, juniper, and a

    little bit of cedars; though there are things like patchoulis and vetivers, amber notes, musks, sweet notes (e.g.,

    honey, almond, real vanillas), and many spices that enhance it. Blond tobacco is an interesting ingredient. It's

    obscenely complex. How's that?
    DrSmellThis (creator of P H E R O S)

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    Shame on me Doc for not

    researching enough, but thanks for replying, that's exactly what I was looking for.

    I'm glad you mentioned

    tobacco. My grandfather was a tobacco farmer, and walking into a tobacco barn was pure comfort. Memories of scents

    are amazing, even now I can recall the leather-dipped-in-honey fragrance like it was yesterday. You're right,

    there's nothing like it.

    I've been looking for a tobacco EO but its hard to find. Mandy Aftel has one, have

    you tried it?

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