Pheromones are chemicals that animals and humans give off as a bodily reaction. Other bodies pick these pheromones up as signals and react to them subconsciously. Humans cannot just create these pheromones within a lab as they can only truly be created within the cells of the body, but combining different chemicals that appeal to certain parts of the brain has been a profession for scientists for several decades. There are some methods where you can extract natural hormones from the human body with lab work, but this can be lengthy and expensive. With a few, you can create a perfume or cologne that works for your body, and add synthetic hormones if you desire.

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How to Make Pheromones in Perfume/Cologne

Select your chosen aromatherapy oils from a store. Choose ones that you enjoy smelling, or choose scents that have been researched to improve moods, increase sexuality or stimulate certain emotions. For example, the feeling of happiness can be evoked by cinnamon, ginger, orange, jasmine and rose. Confidence can be evoked by ginger, grapefruit, cypress and pine. Sexuality can be evoked by ylang-ylang, sandalwood, jasmine and rose. If you are trying to make a perfume, you should choose two or three essential oils to create the complexity of a perfume or cologne.

Layer the different essential oils in order to create pheromones that evoke the type of mood or emotions you desire. Choose a base note, middle note and top note. The base note is the core of the scent, so choose a deep subtle scent with oak or woodsy tones, cinnamon, vanilla or chocolate, or other spices. The middle note should be a strong scent revolving around floral or herbal tones. The top note is the lightest of the scents, with either citrus or minty tones. When these scents are layered, they create a palate of mood sensors that act as pheromones.

Mix the three different notes together at the store with the help of an employee who knows what they are doing. Depending upon what oils you choose, they may be mixed differently. If desired, you can also order a bottle of synthetic pheromones from a pharmacy or online. These can be expensive and are not completely necessary if you choose essential oils that can mimic them.

Use the glass bottle to mix your chosen scent. Now you are ready to make the perfume or cologne. Mix three drops of each of your three oils with 1/4 cup of the pure grain alcohol. If you are using the pheromones, add only two drops. Close the bottle and shake it to mix.

Leave the bottle sealed for at least 3 days, and then add four drops of water. Shake it up and see if it is the smell you desire. If not, keep it stored for another week. Add more water if necessary.

Tips

  • Energy is evoked by lime, bergamot, lemongrass, pine and lavender.
    A relaxed feeling is evoked by basil, clary sage, lavender, benzoin, vetiver, chamomile and spearmint.
    Euphoria is evoked by cedarwood, patchouli, geranium, rose, bergamot, clary sage, jasmine and neroli.
    Focus is evoked by thyme, lemon, cypress, cinnamon, basil and fennel.
    Performance-enhancers include bay, frankincense, grapefruit, lavender, jasmine and lemon.
    A feeling of sensuality and seduction is evoked by ylang-ylang, jasmine, neroli, rose, sandalwood, ginger and patchouli.
    The feeling of stimulation is evoked by citrus such as lemon, lime, grapefruit and orange.