Don’t underestimate your natural pheromone power

foods-to-boost-testosterone-and-pheromonesAs a pheromone enthusiast, it’s easy to get caught up in all sorts of crazy pheromone products, combos, single molecules that you want to test out…

… but at the end of the day, that is an external factor, and you can’t rely on them forever.

One of the best ways to boost your production of “natural” pheromones, is by increasing testosterone. I wrote a huge article on all the different ways you can boost your production of testosterone… all the way from lifestyle habits, how to work out, and what kinds of foods to eat and avoid.

As I was doing research on all this, it became so obvious that a lot of things we do can diminish our natural pheromone signatures… and if you want to stay on top of your game, giving yourself an “upgrade” in the natural pheromones department is highly recommended.

Not only will it make you more confident, attractive, and assertive, it can also add a tremendous amount of power to how effective your pheromone products can be.

I did a lot of research into the phenomena, and found out some interesting things too:

There are other factors at play here that can influence the “quality” of your pheromones.

  • Your general “health”. If you are sick or have a chronic illness, this might influence your ability to produce pheromones, or perhaps even create “signals” that you are not an ideal sexual partner. People tend to gravitate towards those who are healthy.
  • Environment. If you are constantly around smokers, fumes, touching chemicals, have poor hygiene, this can also result in lowering the quality of your overall “odor”.
  • Your “baseline” mood and psychological state. It’s true – fear, anxiety, stress can all result in producing a different type of odor than when in a more positive state of mind.

Now you might be wondering – how is this even possible?

Much of this is based on some more technical research I’ve done about how pheromones work.

In particular, some studies I have come across study blind testers ability to differentiate between people who are stressed, or in a more pleasant state of mind.

More often than not, people were able to tell the difference.

There are also studies which indicate that “fear” is a scent, and people were also able to differentiate between this state and more positive states of mind.

The fact is, pheromones are basically just androgens, and we all produce pheromones naturally. We are simply “hacking” our systems to do something that is good for us – increasing our testosterone levels 🙂


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Joe Masters is a researcher, writer, and enthusiast in the small but intriguing world of pheromones. Over the last few years, he has been writing a blog called House Of Pheromones and advises men on relationships, dating, and self improvement. If you are interested in learning more, please visit

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