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Pheromones In Humans Work

I have been wondering whether pheromones in humans actually work. Most of the research done suggests that pheromones can increase attraction to the opposite sex.

The girl who was almost a 10 but after searching for 30 minutes I could find a really tiny flaw in her skin on her face. Who made me self-conscious when she sucked my dick in front of 7 sleeping people who I didn't know about human pheromones according to and

The girl who taught me how to kiss and who gave the best blowjobs ever and who taught me that being a fat girl doesn't mean you suck at sex. I think she was the best that I encountered (didn't fuck her though, I was too stuck up to fuck a fat girl just for sexual pleasure since I was a virgin).

The model looking girl who I kissed in 20 minutes during daytime (god I was way too much into her after that) and who kinda stole my wallet (yea lets just not talk about that... to make things weirder i still have her on facebook)

 I'm in an interesting pheromone attraction phase now, things start to get milder. I still can get really angry sometimes but it's easier to step back and see what really happens. The anger, the resentment, all the negativity. It does not control me anymore (sometimes temporarily). This realization helps me, I will always, always think of the girls that meant something to me. And since I only fucked 6 girls, they mean something to me. Learn about human pheromones attraction |

A corollary of this is that the list will only grow larger and larger and that more and more girls will be thought of and craved for. I don't crave them a lot, just a little sometimes.

There is even a cold approach that I still think about from time to time with natural pheromone production.

She was the perfect 10 (and swedish). When I saw her I thought "oh my god it's a frickin 10" (I saw 3 of them in my entire life). It's almost like catching Mew in pokemon. This time I approached her direct, that she was cute. She responded MEGA SUPER DUPER POSITIVE Pheromone signals! Learn more about pheromones at

I could handle it (somehow, my confidence wasn't that high). I showed her how she could control her state to excitement and to calmness (it completely worked). We talked for 90 minutes and then suddenly she says she has to go because she was going to a friend who discovered a day before that he has AIDS and basically she was 90 minutes late. I didn't see the IOI, I didn't bite, I was too insecure to ask her number for real pheromones.

Sometimes I think: what if? But then again, the girls that I did meet, some of them fall in the same category as this girl but then not being a 10 on outer looks (but almost a 10 for example), so I kinda know the what if.

These girls stick in my mind. This all might come across as bragging. Well, it's my journal in freeflow. I do whatever I want in freeflow.

Pheromones Dispensers

Pheromones that orientation behavior of males was dramatically influenced by the human pheromones treatments but that close-range encounters between the sexes still led to mating. Too few tests have been undertaken to assess the practical value of hollow fiber tapes. Distribution of the tapes is labor-intensive but would be feasible in pomc fruit orchards where grower practices often involve attention to individual trees. The loss of pheromone compounds from hollow fiber arrays is generally almost linear,‘ and the rate can be readily modified by altering the size and number of fibers per tape. in terms of reducing wastage of EEOH, this method is superior to chopped hollow fibers and microencapsulation. Check out

Pheromone Dispensers

Pheromone Evaporators made from rubber tubing have been used experimentally in Europe“'" and Australia.” The most common design consists of a 20-cm length of red rubber tubing (internal diameter, 2 mm; external diameter, 3 mm) loaded with 50 or 100 mg of EEOH. The tube ends are sealed with metal clips or rings, and the com- pound passes through the rubber walls at a rate that is largely determined by tempera- ture and the amount of EEOH remaining. The dispenser is protected by an aluminum foil“ or plastic cover. Learn about best pheromones to attract men at

In preliminary experiments in Switzerland,“ dispensers loaded with 100, 50, or 20 mg of EEOH were located at various densities in small apple blocks of from 0.05 ha to 0.25 ha in area. The effectiveness of the treatments was judged by the numbers of released and wild males captured at traps baited with EEOH or virgin females in treated and untreated plots. Check out | best pheromones for 2015

The mean release rates were estimated by weighing pheromone dispensers at intervals during the 3-month trial. The results indicated that males were unable to locate virgin females when the evaporation rate of EEOH exceeded 1 mg/ ha/hr, but some individuals were still trapped at EEOH sources. It is difficult to draw any firm conclusions from these data as only one EEOH or virgin female trap was used per treatment and the results cannot be analyzed statistically.

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 More comprehensive pheromone information was, however, obtained in a later trial’° in which rubber evaporators were set out in 0.4-ha plots at densities of 25, 44, and 400/ha; the amount of EEOH per dispenser at the different spacings was varied to maintain a constant rate of release per hectare.

The influence of the human pheromones treatments was again assessed in terms of reductions of male captures at EEOH-baited traps and mating of tethered virgin females placed at various heights in the apple trees. All treatments led to an 80 to 90% reduction in mating of the tethered females, but male captures at EEOH sources were only 60 to 70% lower than those in the controls; the mean rate of release of EEOH over the 3-month test period was 7 mg/ha/hr. Charmillot concluded that there had been a significant decline in fruit damage and numbers of overwintering larvae in plots subjected to EEOH treatments for two to four successive seasons. These experiments were, however, somewhat limited in terms of area treated and replication, and further trials would be necessary to establish whether the treatments were indeed largely responsible for the decrease in infestation.

Experimental Pheromones

The pheromones evaluation of all disruptive methods. including the influence of the treatment on mating of females, on male orientation behavior, and the extent of dispersal of male and female moths, particularly where plots are as small as those described in these pheromone experiments.

Pheromone Tapes


Pheromones in this formulation, parallel arrays of polymeric hollow fibers, made of polyester terephthalate and open at one end, are attached to strips of adhesive tape. The duration and rate of release of EEOH from each dispenser strip is governed by the diameter, length, and number of fibers. Learn more about pheromones at

 Hollow fiber tapes for mating disruption of codling moth have been used in three trials in the U.S. and Europe.

 In the pheromone test undertaken by Cardé et al.,“ fibers (internal diameter, 200 mm; length, 1 cm) were filled with EEOH (99% pure) and 2% of the antioxidant BHT (2,6-di-tert- butyl-4-methyl phenol). Individual tapes held ten fibers, and 25 tapes were distributed throughout each tree in a I-ha plot to ensure a relatively uniform release of EEOH. In the laboratory the compound was liberated at 90 ng/ hr per fiber or 0.9 pg per tape per hour at 21°C. On the basis of this figure and, at the dispenser densities used in the field, EEOH would be liberated at about 1.5 mg (1.9 pt)/ha/hr.“ In the treated plot, fiber tapes were placed out at the beginning of the codling flight period in mid- May and left until the end of the season in late September. Learn more about Top Pheromones For Men in 2015 |

Visual examination and chemical analysis indicated that only 10% of the EEOH remained in the fibers by early August. The effectiveness of the treatment was judged in terms of the reduction of male captures at traps baited with virgin females or EEOH when compared with numbers taken in control plots. Learn about the pheromones for men review 2015 |

 There was a 100% suppression of male catches at virgin females throughout most of the season, and 96% reduction at EEOH baits. On two occasions, there was an increase in captures in the treated plot, which was attributed by the researchers to lower release rates of EEOH. However, their data from the control plot suggest that there was a significant increase in numbers of males available for capture during this period, which may have contributed to the slight breakdown in pheromones disruption.

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 Only limited experimental pheromones details are available in published accounts of the other trials.“In the Swiss tests,“ 25 tapes each bearing 25 fibers (diameter given as 300 pm but unclear whether internal or external measurements) were distributed through-out each of 9 to 49 apple trees; the plot area is not cited. Reduction of captures of males at traps baited with virgin females or EEOH ranged from 85 to 88% in the small plots, to 90 to 98% over 6 weeks in the larger area; there was a greater effect on catches at virgin female sources than at EEOH. Release rates are not provided, but an approximate figure of 4 mg/ha/hr can be derived from other data given in the paper.“

pheromone controlled-release

In these trials, two pheromone controlled-release formulations were tested: (1) aerially dispersed microcapsules containing a solution of orfralure, (2) plastic laminated dispensers of lure that were attached to peach trees. Similar laminated dispensers have been used as baits in traps for numerous insect species including fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda(.l. E. Smith);" tobacco budworm, Heliothis virescens(Fabricius);'° and gypsy moth. Lymantria dispar(L.)." Dispensers containing the gypsy moth pheromone. disparlure. were used in air-permeation trials by Webb et al according to


Microcupsulcs (National Cash Register Co., Appleton Papers. lnc., Kettering, Ohio) and Hercon<"> laminated plastic dispensers (Health-Chem, Corp.. New York, N.Y.) containing orfralure (94% (Z)- and 6% (£1)-8-dodccenyl acetate (Chem Samp Co., Co- lumbus, Ohio) were used. The tests were conducted from April to September in peach orchards on the grounds of the Southeastern Fruit and Tree Nut Research Laboratory, Byron, Ga. The test plots were blocks of I96 peach trees (0.8 ha) or plots of 36 trees (0.15 ha). Each plot, including the control, was monitored by setting out four to five Pherocon lC® traps, each baited with either 200 pg of orfralure on a No. 64 rubber band or ten virgin females. Trap counts were made weekly, and the sticky bottom of the traps was replaced when necessary thanks to the


The pheromone formulation consisted of an aqueous slurry (20% solids) of 50- to 250-it-diameter gelatin-walled capsules that encased a 2 or 10% solution of orfralure in xylene or xylene-amyl acetate (1 :3 ratio). The capsules were plastic coated (25%) to reduce moisture effects (except in 1973 when we compared coated vs. noncoated mi- crocapsules). A slurry of the microcapsules was applied as a coarse spray from an 11.4- I backpack sprayer to a small portion of each tree in the test plots. The release rate of the capsules was not determined according to pheromones for men 2015 |

The plastic dispensers were 25-mm squares with 3-mil-acrylic outer layers laminated to a porous inner layer that contained one of several amounts of orfralure. For exam- ple, at the beginning of the experiments, the content ranged from 5.9 to 29.3 mg per dispenser depending on the experiment. The release rate of the orfralure from the dispensers was monitored throughout the tests by aging dispensers outdoors and then measuring __the lure content periodically by GC analysis of a hexane extract. The effec- tiveness of each formulation was determined by comparing trap catches in treated and untreated blocks of peach trees. A reduction in trap catch in a treated plot relative to the catch in the untreated plot was taken as the measure of reduced mating success produced by the treatment and thus as a measure of the decline in population.”-'9 In 1975 and 1976, twig damage was also monitored (damaged twigs counted weekly and removed) to provide another possible measure of pheromone treatment effect thanks to


The 1973 experiment (Gentry et al.") was conducted August 21 to September 10. In one 0.8-ha peach orchard, a slurry containing 4 g pheromone plus 12 g dodecyl alcohol, prepared as 2.2% xylene solutions in 200 or 600 g of 25% plastic-coated gelatin-base microcapsules was applied to a small section of each tree. A second 0.8-ha orchard was treated similarly with an identical formulation except that the microcapsules had no plastic coating. Both formulations contained 2% sticker (UCAR® latex 680, Union Carbide, New York, N.Y.) and 0.29% thickener (aqueous solution of Soil-Serve Min- idrift®, Salinas, Calif .,) to prevent capsules from settling during application. The for- mulations were similar to the gelatin capsule formulation described by Beroza et al.,’° except that the concentrations of the pheromone and synergist were different. A third 0.8-ha orchard, which served as a control, was left untreated.

Isolate Pheromones

Considerable effort was expended in an attempt to isolate pheromones. The female pink bollworm moths and reported that the synthesized chemical induced typical male premating behavior when caged males were exposed to the emanation from pipettes containing vapors of the material. 

Propylure was therefore tested extensively as a bait for traps in 1967, but the results were disappointing: the bait attracted fewer pink bollworm male moths than did crude extracts of virgin female moths.” Learn more about pheromones at

Further, propylure was attractive in the field only after admixture with an activator identified as N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide (deet)." Subsequently,” it was reported that cis-propylure acts as an inhibitor for trans-propylure, which partially explained the lack of attractancy of propylure in the field. Later,” additional evidence was provided that propylure was attractive to male pink bollworms in the laboratory and that a combination of hexalure and propylure was highly attractive in the field. Learn more at

Hummel et al.“ were unable to identify propylure or deet in female pink bollworms but identified a mixture of the Z,Z and Z,E- isomers of 7, hexadecadienyl acetate as the true pheromone and proposed the name “gossyplure”. The authors also found that a 1:1 ratio of the two isomers was the most attractive ratio on the basis of male moth trap catches. Bierl et al.“ confirmed their findings to pheromones accordings to research.

Flint et al.“ reported that in early season, traps baited with 500 pg (1:1 mixture of isomers) of gossyplure caught about 70 times more male pink bollworm moths than traps baited with 25 mg of hexalure. Also,” in early season a mixture of 60% Z,Z- isomer and 40% Z,E- isomer was more attractive than the 50% mixtures of the two isomers, but late in the season the 50070 mixture was equal to or more attractive than other ratios tested.

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Pink Bollworm Mating Disruption

Prior to identification of the pink bollworm sex pheromone and since the sex pher- omones of several species of Lepidoptera had been identified as alkenol acetates, Green et al.” synthesized several of these compounds and evaluated them as attractants for the pink bollworm. The cis-7-hexadecen-l-ol acetate (hexalure) was found to be a good male attractant that also elicited male copulatory responses in the laboratory.” Learn more at

McLaughlin et al.” reported that continuous release of hexalure in amounts ranging from 70 to 700 mg per night per hectare from 25 mm diameter stainless steel planchets resulted in 93 to 99% reduction in the number of pink bollworm males caught in fe- male-baited traps. Also, foliar applications of hexalure, 10 pl droplets twice weekly every 2 m along alternate cotton rows of a 7.3-ha cotton field, reduced male moth catches in female-baited traps and multiple matings, but did not reduce larval infesta- tion in cotton bolls. The authors found that spacing between hexalure evaporation dispensers was not critical as long as the amount of hexalure released into the air above the crop was sufficient to prevent pheromone communication.

Subsequently,” two types of hexalure dispensers were investigated in cotton fields, as well as two spacings — closely spaced (dispensers 1 to 2 m apart) or widely spaced (dispensers up to 40 m apart). One type of dispenser consisted of a knot (10 pl hexalure per knot) tied in a loop of cotton string. These cotton loops (6250) contained a total of pheromone 53 g of hexalure per hectare and were distributed once a week in a 1 X 1.6-m grid on cotton plants in the field. The calculated rate of evaporation of the hexalure was 750 mg/ha/I0-hr night.