AndrostadienoneJune 7, 2023
EstratetraenolJune 8, 2023
|Appearance||White crystalline powder||Purity||98%|
|Application||For research use only||Storage||2-8°C|
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Pheromones are substances produced by both humans and animals. These substances alter how members of the same species interact with one another. They change behavior and are secreted to elicit a variety of feelings, including sexual pleasure, panic, and intimidation. Pheromones, unlike most other hormones, act outside the body of the person who secretes them. They have an effect on the behavior of another person.
Androstenone is a pheromone that is found in both male and female sweat. Its scent performs an important biological function. This pheromone produces messages with alpha-male traits in males. Male leaders are reported to create more Androstenone than other male personality types. Some women are more sensitive to the odor of androstenone than others. Although this pheromone is prevalent in both males and females, it is commonly associated with males due to the aggressive, scary atmosphere it provides.
Although individuals produce their own pheromones, incorporating pheromone products into your daily life can be really beneficial. Based on many years of scientific research, there are items that can boost your mood and interpersonal connections by increasing your daily pheromone emission.
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