“Primitively, pheromones had a really big role for us because it really helped with mate selection,” said Dr. Shannon Chavez. She said we can’t see or even smell the pheromones, but we have receptors in our nose and mouth that pick up on them.

“Everyone’s pheromones are different from another’s,” she said. “It’s almost as unique as a fingerprint.” Chavez said it’s good sometimes to shut off the cognitive part of chemistry and just get back to basics.

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