One of my favorite, most cited sex studies in the last few years was one done by Dr. Alan Hirsch from Chicago, who found that our limbic (primative brain linked with sex) gets turned on by certain smells. For men, their testosterone levels go up a whopping 40% when exposed to the smell of cooking cinnamon, lavender, oranges, donuts, and pumpkin pies. After reading that, I started to change the perfume I was wearing from the Lauren I wore for years to The Body Shop oils in orange, and cinnamon. It was about that time when the amount of male attention I received increased significantly. It may have been the new cologne, or it may have been that I also lost some weight at that time, and – if I do say so myself- was looking rather rightous.

If you’re looking for some positive male attention, it may be something to try.  Alternatively, men should smell like baby powder- or some other cuddly, nurturing scent. Women are more likely to want to boff if they (even unconsciously) start thinking about babies. Oh, the smell and taste of chocolate also seems to work for women.

Why not try it?  Maybe the neighborhood dogs will start following you home since you smell like food, or maybe it will be the two legged dogs that suddenly take an interest.

One thought on “If you meet me, I smell like orages, coconuts and cinnamon

  1. Katherine

    Hands down, if a man wears Farenheit, he’s a potential lay….ok, I don’t have much experience but I didn’t particularly have any physical attraction to my ex, but when he wore Farenheit, we got down!

    My boyfriend wears Jean Paul Gaultier…OMG, delicious, but we have such amazing chemistry he could wear garlic juice and I’d bang him on the spot.

    Just sayin’…

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