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Scientists Discover a Hormone Spray that Makes Men More Attractive to Women

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What makes a man attractive? What turns women on? Women naturally fall for guys who look good. I mean, who wouldn’t, right?

As human beings we know how to appreciate beautiful creatures; therefore, a bloke with a soulful pair of eyes; a set of pearly, white teeth; and a strong and lean physique won’t have trouble getting attention from the ladies, right?

But for an average Joe who finds it extremely difficult to get the girl he likes to even notice him or for someone who dreams of being chased by gorgeous women (just like in the TV Ad), this might be the solution to your problem:

A hormone spray that has a real-life aphrodisiac effect.

A hormone spray that has a real-life aphrodisiac effect.

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Scientists discovered that the women who inhaled the syntocinon hormone spray found men including their partners, 15% more attractive!

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Syntocinon is a synthetic form of oxytocin, which the brain naturally secretes when people fall in love, the Daily Mail reports.

Oxytocin is a hormone that plays a vital role during childbirth. It also stimulates milk production and helps moms bond with their babies. However, to date, its effect on how females perceive men remains obscure.

Forty female volunteers who were all in their 20s and were said to be “passionately in love”, participated in the research conducted at the University of Bonn in Germany. For the experiment, 20 of them were handed the syntocinon nasal spray to inhale while the other half were given a placebo. Then, the researchers showed them a picture of their partners and of several other men. Afterwards, the examiners switched the test group around; those who were initially given the placebo inhaled the hormone spray and vice versa.

The results revealed that the women who inhaled the “love potion” found their partners 15% more attractive than after they inhaled the placebo.

The results revealed that the women who inhaled the “love potion” found their partners 15% more attractive than after they inhaled the placebo.

However, the test did not show any significant effect on women who are on oral contraceptives.

Although the spray can be purchased online, Neal Patel of the Royal Pharmaceutical Society said it can affect heart rhythm and cause nausea, headaches, and miscarriages; hence, it should not be obtained without a prescription.

So, the question is, are you willing to let women experience such adverse side effects for a chance to be 15% more attractive?

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