The Science Behind Attract-Rx™
and Human Pheromones

The powerful effects of human sex pheromones have been well publicized and substantiated for many years.

You may have seen stories about human pheromones on television news programs such as 20/20, Dateline NBC, Hard Copy and other local or national programs.

Newspapers from coast to coast, medical journals, and many different magazines have also featured stories and research about the amazing discovery of human pheromones.

Studies have long confirmed that pheromones can trigger powerful sexual responses in women.

Unfortunately, years of evolution has robbed men and women of their ability to naturally produce sufficient quantities of these pheromones to have a discernible effect on the opposite sex. And the pheromones that we do produce are often destroyed or overpowered by deodorants and antiperspirants containing alcohol.

Over the course of human existence, everyone has gradually lost the ability to naturally produce and secrete an abundant quantity of pheromones.

We all can and still do produce pheromones; however, the levels produced by the average person today are virtually undetectable by the opposite sex.

Thus, this deterioration of our pheromone scent, caused by evolution and our personal hygiene, has spawned an entire industry of pheromone colognes and sprays attempting to help others regain that strong scent.

Unfortunately, as we've discussed already, pheromone colognes and pheromone sprays are completely ineffective because the science behind them is faulty.

But there is good news...

Fortunately for you, Attract-Rx™ solves this problem by enhancing your body's ability to produce and release (secrete) continuous, abundant amounts of pheromones.

So what exactly are Pheromones?

Pheromones are chemicals that we emit to attract sexual partners.

They are detected by special tissues in the nose, and then conveyed to regions higher up in the brain. These sex chemicals attract others on an instinctual, subconscious level.

In other words, pheromones are the "chemistry" we share with a love partner. We are attracted to the unique pheromones of others, just as they are attracted by ours.

But humans aren't the only species that emit sex chemicals. We see evidence of the awesome power of pheromones over sexual instincts in the animal kingdom. A dog "in heat" drives other dogs crazy with sexual desire from miles away using only their natural pheromones. Similarly, female Asian elephants release pheromones on the one day that they can become pregnant which drive the roaming male elephants back to them just in time. And if something happens to the VNO or pheromone receptor, male mice and hamsters will not mate. The drive to mate is a strong natural instinct in all animals, including human females, and sexual chemicals are what drives those sexual instincts.

But pheromones don't just drive sexual behavior...

Pheromones also make people comfortable around you, and want to be in your presence.

Did you ever miss someone so much that you reached for their shirt or pillow - just to remember what that person smelled like? This shows the power that pheromones have over our senses and desires. Many women enjoy wearing their lover's worn clothing because the natural "smell" of the clothing reminds them of their lover.

Your own unique sexual scent is what makes partners comfortable with you and what will make them want to approach you.

Why Do I Need a Pheromone Releaser?

Some people produce more natural pheromones than others. At this time there is no medical explanation for this but is believed to be related to the differences in individual body chemistry.

In any case, have you ever wondered why some people who are not particularly attractive have no problem attracting others?

Generally, young men typically secrete more pheromones than they will when they are older. As we age, our pheromone levels gradually decline, leaving us feeling detached, less confident, and less excited about sex and romance.

Then to make matters worse, we mask our own chemistry with colognes, deodorants, soaps and sprays. We try to attract the opposite sex with cologne, and in the process we hide our own distinctive pheromones, causing them to go completely unnoticed by the opposite sex.

Pheromones are your body's sixth sense - your sexual instincts. You use them to communicate without words, to recognize sexual partners and to attract them to you. By boosting the release of your own natural and unique pheromones, you'll attract the right partners to you - just as nature intended.

Your pheromone levels determine:

  • How often you have sex and with whom
  • How sexual and confident you feel
  • How sexually attractive you are
  • How others perceive you... and how they act around you
  • How close you are able to feel to others

When you release your own natural pheromones, you will:

  • Heighten your physical presence with the opposite sex
  • Boost your own naturally produced human pheromone levels with confidence
  • Draw people closer and make them more attentive and responsive to you
  • Experience love at first sight and magnetic attraction


These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration, and individual results may vary. This product should be taken as part of a healthy lifestyle and is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Consult your physician before using this product, especially if you have a serious medical condition or are taking prescription medications.


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