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Dr. Cutler is featured on the prime time Discovery Channel program "Animal Planet". Interviewed in her office, Dr. Cutler discusses human sex pheromone research, sexual attraction, and Athena Pheromones.

Program aired first on Sept. 21, 2003 and has repeated multiple times over the years.

Transcribed/excerpted by Athena Institute


Listed at #4 (of the top 10), the segment covered the animal kingdom’s “The Right to Mate” and interviewed Dr. Winnifred Cutler of Athena Institute on sexual attraction and her pheromone products, Athena Pheromone 10:13tm for women and Athena Pheromone 10Xtm for men:

…All humans secrete pheromones as a part of their natural body odor. These chemicals send subtle messages that affect our behavior...

Perhaps that’s why breathing deep can inflame desire…

Program shows Dr. Cutler (click for bio) in her bright office discussing her pheromone products and demonstrating their use.

Dr. Winnifred Cutler of Athena Institute in Pennsylvania is an expert when it comes to invisible attractants.

Dr. Cutler: “By 1993 I had created a formula that we could actually give to people to put in their perfume (click for product info). And when they did that, things happened.”

As part of an independent study, researchers laced women’s favorite perfume with either Dr. Cutler’s synthesized pheromones or placebo. At the end of the study the group wearing the synthetic pheromones reported an amazing increase in affectionate encounters of more than 70%.

Program shows close-ups of the cartons Athena Pheromone 10Xtm for men and Athena Pheromone 10:13tm for women.

Dr. Cutler has used her research to commercially develop chemical extracts of human sex pheromones for both women and men. And according to many, the results are nothing to sniff at.



COMMENT FROM ATHENA INSTITUTE: Both Athena Pheromone 10:13tm for women and Athena Pheromone 10Xtm for men are cosmetics that can increase your attractiveness to the opposite sex. Neither product is an “aphrodisiac.”

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