Dolly Posted April 16, 2008 Share Posted April 16, 2008 Ok ladies, Mara posted this info in another thread, and since some of the actual components used in the Pharmacom blends are unfamiliar names, I thought this would be helpful to all of us. Here is what she posted about the Super Sexy blend components: estratetraenol is said to be a mood elevator for men when worn by women, and is for stimulating feelings of love, protectiveness and gentleness. alpha-Androstenol is said to create a friendly approachably impression, and can make the wearer seem less intimidating and more approachable. Encourages empathy and romantic feelings, creates an aura of youth and health, an impression of reproductive fitness, increases chattiness and friendliness from both sexes. dehydroepiandrosterone is apparently credited as the hormone responsible for making females who live together have their periods at the same time, as well as for creating an urge to have sex. tetrahydrodeoxycorticosterone is for sexual attraction and stimulation, supposedly lasting for hours after a person smells it. androstAnone is credited with putting people at ease. According to the chemist behind the most popular Copulin product, there is little to no actual pheromones present in copulin products. Instead they work on a subliminal sense memory basis by virtue of the scent of the product alone. (Which is exactly how our perfumes work, by the way). Thank you Mara!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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