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Changing the color of a solution
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RE: Changing the color of a solution
04-16-2015 7:49 AM

(04-15-2015 2:38 PM)wiserd Wrote:  1. How much are you using, and how did you measure the dosage?

2. Have you considered 1ml perfume tester vials, with a small strip of absorbent material inside to keep the stuff from spilling out? You can cap them when you're not using them. It's how I use a lot of scents, so I don't get hotboxed if I sit in a car for a while.

Thanks for the advice but while I was typing my reply It hit me that I could just wear this on my chest. I'll just let it dry first.

This way I can test it to see if it's worth it to start exploring Dr Horrible's option.

It seems to be quite the attractant. Can't wait to test it now.
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05-04-2015 11:39 PM

Is this something you made Paradox? You never mentioned the name of said product.
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(05-04-2015 11:39 PM)jjs1234 Wrote:  Is this something you made Paradox? You never mentioned the name of said product.

Hi JJS1234,


Yes, I have been testing putatives for possible pheromonal effects. You can test also.

I have been using DBot's method here: The Poor Man's James Bond: How To Make Pheromone Sprays From Household Ingredients

You can start by ordering hormones that have not been tested yet. There is a whole list of testable molecules here: Phero wiki
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