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Aug 21

Nexus Pheromones: The Scent of Attraction

Nexus Pheromones is an attraction cologne that can give you an edge when talking to women.

Here’s the quick version of what you need to know about Nexus Pheromones: they smell great. They’ll boost your confidence – and they’re made with our most recent understanding of human pheromones.

That understanding amounts to this: we know human pheromones are real. You’ve got them, and they’re most likely Androstadienone (AND) in men and Estatetraenol (EST) in women. But we’re still waiting on scientific confirmation that AND and EST are indeed human sex pheromones. We’re still unclear how they work too, and the role they play in attracting a mate.

Does this mean you shouldn’t buy Nexus Pheromones? Just the opposite – you SHOULD. We know pheromones exist in humans, and Nexus Pheromones has AND in its formula. We also know scent plays a very powerful role in sexual attraction. A quick whiff of Nexus Pheromones reveals it smells pretty darn good, and can help boost your confidence as you try to meet women.

Imagine Endless Women Approaching You!

The Great Pheromones Debate

There’s no shortage of back-and-forth about human pheromones and the role they play in courtship. At least four prominent studies have been done on pheromones since 1986 when they were first discovered by Dr. Winnifred Cutler. Those studies include:

                                                Royal Society Open Science

A study published in 2017. For its methodology, researchers asked heterosexual participants to rate faces of the opposite sex for attractiveness, during which they were exposed to AND and EST. As well, they were asked to judge gender-ambiguous, neutral faces by merging male and female images together.

AND is found in male sweat. EST is present in female urine.

The rationale of using AND and EST was that if steroids were pheromones, female volunteers who took AND would see gender-neutral faces as those of men. Conversely, men given EST would interpret the same faces as coming from women. If this happened, the researchers theorized the steroids corresponding to the opposite sex would make volunteers rate the faces in the pictures as more attractive.

Result: That didn’t happen. Nothing did – in this study, researchers found no effect between the steroids on any behaviors. The study lead, Leigh Simmons, still believes human pheromones exist. None have been identified though, he argues. Also, he says there’s a bias against AND and EST, with some in the scientific community intent on writing off the two steroids and the first sight of negative results.

Human sex pheromones play a key role in attraction.

                                                Current Biology

This was a study done in 2014 by Chinese researcher Wen Zhou of the Chinese Academy of Sciences. Zhou, a psychologist and olfaction researcher, and her colleagues worked with 96 volunteers. Half were male and half were women. Another consideration; half the men and women identified as heterosexual. The other half said they were either homosexual or – as the women in this group identified – bisexual.

Wan’s methodology was to evaluate the influence of AND and EST on participants as they judged the walking gait of dot figures.

Result: AND and EST both influenced how subjects judged the figures. Heterosexual men were more likely to say the figure was female when exposed to EST. In similar fashion, heterosexual women tended to say the figure was male when AND was present.

Homosexual men responded to AND similarly to heterosexual women. Just as notable, women who identified as homosexual or bi did not respond to either steroid. Meaning? The takeaway message here is that humans appear to use chemical signals to sense partners with romantic potential. That appears to work in accordance with gender and sexual orientation.


Martha McClintock gets the nod for being a pioneer in human pheromone studies. She’s done several of them, including a 2017 study that found AND altered brain activity when passively inhaled. Still, it’s her 1998 study, published in the journal Nature that may be the most influential.

In her 1998 study, McClintock and her team took samples from 29 young women. All the women had a history of regular and sporadic ovulation. From these women, the team collectde compound samples from nine volunteers by placing pads under their arm pits.

These women had bathed without scented products and had worn the pads for eight hours.

Results: McClintock found the remaining 20 women synced their menstrual cycles to the smaller subgroup when exposed to their scent.

McClintock takes a more nuanced approach to human pheromones. She had done earlier pheromone research with rats and found a strong correlation between them and behavior. She theorizes human pheromones may not be a strong in mating behavior compared to other factors.

Scent may play a bigger role in attraction than you realize.

Still, she acknowledged the power of scent and the need to explore pheromones further. Her latest work, published in the journal Psychoneuroendocrinology (January 2017) found a link between AND and brain function.

Even tiny amounts of the compounds influence how we think – a link worth exploring among mating behavior and other areas of human nature.

                                                Archives of Sexual Behaviour

McClintock brought AND and EST to the forefront, but it was Dr. Winnifred Cutler who discovered pheromones in the first place. Back in 1986, her work at the University of Pennsylvania established that human pheromones exist and appears to affect sexual behavior.

Her more recent work includes a 1998 study published in the Archives of Sexual Behaviour. It involved 38 heterosexual men between 26 and 42, each of whom completed a two week baseline period and a 6 week, placebo-controlled trial that tested a pheromone designed to ‘improve romance’ in their lives.

Results: It did just that. The men in the pheromone group reported a significant increase in hugging, kissing and sexual intercourse. Based on this data, and while acknowledging that further studies are required, Cutler argued that pheromones made men more sexually attractive to women

What We Know About Pheromones

So what do we make of all this? That’s a lot of information to take in, but it’s more than enough to summarize a few things about pheromones and the impact they have on human behavior:

Pheromones Exist

First, the obvious. We know pheromones exist. Sea urchins, for example, release pheromones into surrounding water that trigger other urchins in their colony to release sex cells. Pheromones exist – that is undisputed.

Nexus Pheromones might help your interactions with women.

You Have Them

Cutler’s research in 1986 identified human pheromones as being the material that remained once the ‘overbearing’ underarm sweat was removed in study participants. You’ve got human pheromones. The bigger question is how they work.

What We DON’T Know About Pheromones

How They Work

What he said. Human pheromones appear to work differently in humans than in the animal kingdom, and they’re unique to you. Animals process pheromones with their vomeronasal (VMO) organ, which detects the substance and leads them to a mate.

Some researchers think humans don’t have a VMO. Others think it’s in our nose, but it doesn’t work.

However they work, it’s clear that human pheromones need more research to answer these basic questions, along with other possibilities. Pheromones may have other uses too, like as a fertility treatment, or even as a contraceptive for couples who don’t want to conceive.

Which Pheromones You Have

Our best guess at the moment is that AND and EST are human pheromones. Every study we’ve talked about in this article, save the Royal Society Open Science study of 2017 points to those steroids as being human pheromones. And even that study has critics. Wen Zhou, author of the 2014 study, points to holes in its methodology, arguing the faces used were not truly ‘gender neutral’, and that AND and EST were neutralized by other chemicals used by the researchers.

Still, while AND and EST appear to be human pheromones, you may have others. Some pheromones may be unique to you – although what they convey is another matter.

What Nexus Pheromones Will and Won’t DO

With these things clarified, let’s specify now what Nexus Pheromones is designed to do. As you know, it’s one of many pheromone fragrances on the market, many of which that make claims that are pretty far out there.

The advice you’ll hear from pheromone review sites is often tainted by reviewers who simply rank pheromones products by whichever pays them the biggest commission and don’t necessarily have your best interests in mind. So let’s chat about this. What can Nexus Pheromones really do for your love life?

WILL: Make You Smell Good

Nexus Pheromones smells good. It’s got a ‘masculine’ scent to it that stands out and makes an impact. Even if it didn’t have pheromones, it stands out for no other reason than you can wear it as a cologne.

WON’T:  Automatically Get You Laid

Nexus Pheromones can help you smell good and use human pheromones to your advantage. It will not get you laid without effort. You’ll still have to put yourself out there – read this article on How To Start a Conversation With a Girl and this Seduction Guide to learn how to do that effectively.

WILL: Give Off Pheromones

Nexus Pheromones is formulated with AND – the male pheromone analyzed in each study reviewed in this article. If you want to give off male sex pheromones, Nexus Pheromones is a good place to start.

WON’T: Magically Turn You Into Someone Else

Nexus Pheromones can boost your confidence and give you an edge in the scent department. It cannot turn you into a ‘Ladies Man’ if you sit at home watching reruns of Gilligan’s Island on Saturday night. You’ve got to put in the effort to see good results.

WILL: Give You Leading Edge Health Quality

Nexus Pheromones is made by Leading Edge Health. If the name sounds familiar, that’s because it’s the same company that makes VigRX Plus – a famous male virility supplement that made sex up to 71.43% more enjoyable among guys who took it in a clinical study.

The point being? They’re well-established in the male wellness market and have put that knowledge to making a good human sex pheromones fragrance that can help you stand out and put out pheromones for women to notice. You’ll need to work for it. But Nexus Pheromones takes our best understanding of human pheromones and puts them in a spray-on fragrance that can help you put your best foot out in the mating department.

Do with it that what you will. It’s a good tool to have when attracting a mate.

Aug 15

Your Seduction Guide: From Date to Bedroom

Want to get lucky? Here’s how to do it. Thank you Nexus Pheromones!

You got her number. That’s the cool news. Now biology is a-callin’. You feel that strong desire to go forth and procreate. And now, dear friend, you need a seduction guide to take things to the next level.

Let’s clarify a few things before we go further. This is a seduction guide – not a pick up article. You need to have a girl before you can seduce her. This article assumes you already know how to start a conversation with a girl and got her number.

If you don’t have a girl in mind at the moment, go back and read that article.

Now, let’s chat. You’ve got the girl and feel that undeniable urge to do your part. Grab your Nexus Pheromones and take notes. This seduction guide can help take you to a beautiful place.

Ask Her Out

This seduction guide starts with a call or text. You’ve got to ask her out first to seduce her.

Resist the urge to get fancy here – a survey of a thousand women found ladies don’t like gimmicks when it comes to male invitations. Just be blunt and call it a date. This sets the tone for things to come and can make it easier to transition to sexual activity. Don’t be a player or try to be a cocky stud.

You’re a guy interested in a girl. Let her know that and ask her out on a date.

Recovery Mode: Did she say she has “other plans”? Relax – about half of women who say this aren’t blowing you off, they actually have other plans. If she makes excuses why she can’t do something, she’s not into you. But, if likes you, she’ll suggest another night, or an idea of her own.

Make the Transition

Here’s where some guys blow it. Let’s not BS here, you both know what you’re thinking. However, you’ll have to work for it. Before you ask her directly back to your place after a successful date, make light physical contact first. Graze her hand or rest your palm on the small of her back. She should be receptive and give you light physical contact in return within five minutes.

Recovery Mode: We’re still in the early stages of this seduction guide. That means if she’s not receptive just yet, it’s not a disaster. Just laugh it off and continue the date with good conversation. Don’t dwell on your fumble.

Bring Her Home

OK, so you’ve had a good date and she’s given you light physical contact. It’s time to put your chips on the table. You’ve got two ways to ask her back to your house. Some women will tell you to go with the first option: to ask her back to your place for a drink. Other dating experts, including famed pick up artist Neil Strauss prefer to suggest inviting her home to show here something, like pictures of your vacation or a limited edition print of your favorite 70s band.

It can’t hurt to try both approaches. In either case, look for subtle signs of attraction, like if she holds out her hand after dinner as you walk to your car. If you’re uncertain whether it’s too early to ask her back to your house, suggest a drink in a neutral location, like a tapas bar.

Recovery Mode: If she won’t come back to your house, end the date on a good note. Wait a few days, ask her on another date and try again.

Clean Your House

Don’t expect to get lucky with a dirty house.. Make sure it’s clean before you bring a lady over – especially your bathroom!

Much, if not most of your work is done if she’s at your house. But there are still a few hurdles you’ll need to overcome, and a filthy bathroom is one of them. Clean it up – even if you only have five minutes to do it. Also, make your place look warm and inviting. Point to pictures of your travels and family and friends.  They’re good conversation starters, and bring out the ‘connected and much-loved’ guy you are rather than Christian Bale in American Psycho.

There’s one caveat to this: get your Mom’s picture out of your bedroom. You’re aiming for warm and friendly – not a Mama’s boy.

Recovery Mode: Don’t let your bedroom look like a brothel. Lose the rose petals and seduction scents for a single candle. Clean – not cocky.

Set the Mood

You’re in a very good position if she’s at your house and it doesn’t look like a dog’s breakfast. Before you escalate things though, relax and chat for a bit. Don’t kiss her the moment you walk through the door. Instead, treat her like a guest – offer her a drink and turn on some light music.

Transition the date vibes to a ‘natural hook-up’. The Shins, Coldplay, U2 or even a chickflick can help set the mood.

Recovery Mode: Most of your work is done at this stage. Your job now is to create a light vibe with a hint of seduction.

Watch Her Body

By this point you should be watching her body. They should be synced – one warning sign is if she tries to chatter and desperately fill in silences. You need to sync your bodies. If she’s seated, ask her to help you mix a drink. You’re trying to bring her upright and close to you.

If and when you’re synced and ready, give her a kiss that’s short and sweet. Then, kiss gently around her mouth, face and ears. If she increases the intensity, it’s time to play.

Watch her body language and look for reasons to come closer.

Recovery Mode: If you pick the wrong time to kiss her, say something like “Sorry, that probably wasn’t the best time to maul you”. Many women will give you another shot if the first attempt doesn’t fly.

Match Her Intensity

Don’t assume that because you’re playing, she’s ready to hit the sheets. The girl is your mirror – look for invitations, like more forceful kisses and stronger caresses. Put your hands around her hips or breasts. Now gauge here reaction; if she tenses up, tone things down a bit. If she coos, hug the curves.

If it’s the latter reaction, raise the intensity a little more. Now you’re good. Take her hand and lead her to the bedroom.

Recovery Mode: Move to the next step.

Skip the Foreplay Massage

You both know it’s on once you’re in the bedroom. But skip the massage for foreplay. It’s cheesy, say many women, and the same goes for rose petals. Instead, spend at least 10 minutes kissing and caressing her while she still has her clothes on. Then, rub her body through the fabric and lightly graze your fingers along her breasts and thighs.

It’s all in anticipation of things to come.

Recovery Mode: Remember not to skip this step. The more you build her up, the more passionate the act will become.

A Slow Disrobe

This is another opportunity to add passion to the moment. If she takes all her clothes off and you’ve yet to disrobe, she’s suddenly naked and feels vulnerable. Slow it down a little. Undress her with your hands, then tease the less obvious parts of her body with your lips and tongue.

Do this to her neck, abdomen and inner thighs. Tease her – and move to her sensitive spots last.

Recovery Mode: Don’t stress too much if things get so intense that she halts the ‘southern’ march of your hands and lips. Just regroup and turn down the intensity. Go back to kissing and caressing and try again – more slowly this time.

Do the Missionary Position (The First Time)

Most women aren’t looking for a freak show in the sack the first time you make love. Generally speaking, they’re looking for intimacy. A great way to do this is with the missionary position. Establish lots of good eye contact. Pause to breathe and convey your pleasure to her. Vary your rhythm with her response.

It’s all about that sexy connection – and it increases the chance there will be a repeat performance.

Recovery Mode: You’re reached the holy grail once you’re inside, but be sure to read her responses to everything you do. Your body should be completely in sync with hers. Resist the urge to talk during sex. Look for signs of arousal instead, like groans or faster and more forceful movements. They’re all signs you’ve hit the spot.

If you want to see her again, make sure you call her the day of the morning after.

The Morning After

You got in. That’s great! But no seduction guide is complete without your strategy for the sometimes-awkward morning after.

Here’s your strategy: tell her you want to see her again. Better yet, agree on a specific time for your next date. This tells her the connection you made was real for both of you beyond the physical enjoyment. Don’t say “I’ll call you later”, which is parlance for “See ya!”. Call her that afternoon – women equate how long it takes you to call with your interest.

The sooner you call, the more sparks will fly.

Recovery Mode: If your departure was lukewarm, you’ve got a one hour window to recover. Call her quick and book a repeat date.

Nexus Pheromones May Boost Your Odds

You’ve heard of pheromones before. They’re bio-chemical secretions that organisms emit to announce their presence to others in their environment.

And why should it be part of any seduction guide that has a shot at success?

Pheromones are deeply connected to scent, and are processed by the ‘female mating center;’ within the brain. Call it a primordial instinct – pheromones bypass the ‘rational’ side of the female brain and instantly tell here you’re there and you’re real.

The cool part is that you can use pheromones to tell her you’re an alpha male and her perfect mate. Enter Nexus Pheromones – 7 pheromones linked to ‘tall, dark and handsome’ – that give you a leg up on the competition and tell her brain she wants to mate with you.

Nexus Pheromones alone won’t seal the deal. You’ve got to put the work in first, with the tips we’ve discussed in this seduction guide. They’re designed to give you an advantage, over other guys and one on one when you’re with her.

Add them to your seduction tool kit. Then, get out there and practice. Revisit this seduction guide as needed, and do your part to go forth and have a little fun!




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