Do We Know Pheromones Exist in Humans?

Scents definitely do have effects, I guess the question is whether pheromones have the effects they say they do. Clearly, pheromones do exist and are used for specific mating purposes in the animal kingdom. Learn more at

What Science Says About Pheromones

Science points to studies that show that women tend to sync with each other in their menstrual cycle as evidence that human pheromones. Animals mainly use an organ called the Vomeronasal to process pheromone cues. In humans this organ is very underdeveloped but still exists.

Personally, I think this is an interesting topic. I believe that pheromones probably do play somewhat of a role in mating but it is probably minor and is being evolutionarily weeded out, much like the human sense of smell has been dulled. Of course, significant changes in the brain do however still occur as a reaction to the perception of smell. I personally believe they work, if it didn’t we wouldn’t have a freakin’ nose. Anyone have any more research more up to date, again neurology research, probably the most accurate way of researching brain crap today. Research says no, it got phased out by our ability to see in color.

My Pheromones Test

To be honest, I believe pheromones do work. I bought them like 2 years ago. I tried them out one day at school and I noticed girls being really flirty with me. The hottest girl in the whole school sat behind me in health class and I and her talk cause were really tight. But that one day I wore the pheromones changed the way she interacted with me. So we’re talking and she grabbed my hand a drew hearts on it! she never did this before, after that day everything was back to normal again.It seems like they only affect the girl at the moment. After that, she won’t remember a damn thing. Learn more at


Every animal species that use smell to attract their mates, uses a very specific molecule-pheromone to attract the very specific opposite mate. No seriously, what if one animal species attracted the WRONG species of the opposite sex to mate with? So every animal species that use smell to attract their mates need a very specific molecule-pheromone that only the opposite sex of their species would react on. And you can synthesize (in chemistry terms, create your own substance) some animal pheromones and actually attract some insects animals to mate with whatever the smell came from (good for guys who don’t get laid from human females.