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How does Primal Instinct (pheromones) work?
Scientists at the Universities of Colorado and Utah found pheromones are detected through the Vomeronasal Organ (VNO) in the nose. The VNO in the nose functions as the distinct sensory apparatus that detects pheromones for humans. Pheromones are consciously undetectable to the human nose, but because women have a naturally better defined sense of smell and literally thousands of times better pheromone perception than men due to their having more of the hormone Estrogen. They can subconsciously pick up male human pheromones right away and become instantly sexually attracted to the wearer or the bearer of these pheromones.



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