What are pheromones ?

The word pheromone comes from the Greek words pherein (to carry) and horman (to excite).
Pheromones are imperceptible smells or chemical messages, which act as signals or inducements for the same species. The most common known pheromone is musk, which is produced by the musk-ox in the glands near the genitals. It is known that the Chinese were using musk in their fragrances already some 5 500 years ago. Nowadays the women´s perfumes contain appr. 85 percent and men´s after shaves appr. 94 percent of the synthetic musk.

The pheromones in animals control their behaviour, mating, commitment and offspring nursing. In humans they also promote the sexual development, control the menstrual cycle and even affect the direction of sexual interest. They help us to distinguish our loved ones and family members from strangers and to connect the infants closely to the mother. The pheromones also affect the frequency of sex and the selecting of the sex partner.

Where are pheromones produced ?

The human pheromones are percepted in the so-called apocrine glands in the skin located mainly in the armpits, genitals, nipples and skull skin. These glands produce phermomones particularly during strong emotions. The pheromones attach to the body hair and the skin bacteria release the odour effect of the pheromones.

The pheromone produced by men is called androstenone, affecting mainly the female behaviour. This pheromone carries the message of strength and virility of the youth, because its production depends on blood testosterone levels. The pheromone produced by females is called copulin, which can be found in the secretions of the vagina. The pheromone copulin sensed by men for example raises their blood testosterone levels.

How are pheromones detected ?

The pheromones act differently from normal smells. They utilize a special sensory organ called VNO - Vomero-nasal Organ. VNO is located on the wall between the nostrils. This organ has a direct link to the hypothalamus and it controls the subconscious behaviour in humans. The real pheromones produce instinctive behaviour models and alter the hormonal production, which we cannot consciously control.

Location of Vomeronasal Organ:
What are the benefits of pheromone products and why are they used ?

Due to the effective hygiene, use of strong fragrances and protective clothing, the role of human pheromones has diminished. By using the pheromone products we can return back to the more natural state, however, fulfilling the requirements of present cultural behaviour. By using pheromones we can enhance our human relations, our personal attraction and success in work and customer relations. The noticeable effects are:
- Increased attraction from the opposite sex
- Rejuvenation of current relationship
- Improved sexual relationship
- Members of the same sex will intuitively respect you
- Improved business and employment relationships
- Increased self-confidence

What is Vitrax Natural Pheromone Spray ?

The basic ingredient of Vitrax® is the extract of deer testicles and velvet horn, with a history of centuries among Nordic people as a substance providing strength and stamina. This effect is boosted by the musk pheromone type extract from the reindeer hoof. All substances of Vitrax Natural Pheromone Spray are natural animal extracts, unlike other fully synthetic preparations on the market. The use of the product is easy: one spurt daily or when required under the chin or on the back of the hand. The product suits for occasional and continuous use for both men and women. Vitrax Natural Pheromone Spray does not alter the fragrance of the after shave of perfume used at the same time.

Where can you find the Vitrax Natural Pheromone Spray ?

The producer is Arctic Point Ltd in Sodankylä, Finland and the addresses for orders and inquiries are:

fax +358-16 - 613 661
e-mail vitrax@luukku.com
mobile phone +358 - 400 - 822317

Vitrax Natural Pheromone Spray is packed in 10 ml spray bottle containing appr. 50 spurts

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