I am a chemical student interested in pheromones, and I see lots of companies are selling products with copulins.
But my question is what the heck are they?
What's the chemical formula for copulins?
Since the word "copulins" is plural it indicates that it is a group of related compounds with a common structure like steroids, fatty acids, peptides ...
So, what is its systematic name for these organic compounds as defined by IUPAC?
For example EXOTIQUE for women conatins
Cyclomethicone, Dimethicone, Alcohol, Vitamin-E Acetate, human copulins, alpha-androstenol, epiandrosterone, dehydroepiandrosterone sodium sulfate, androstanone, dehydroisoandrosterone, androstadienone.
All chemicals are listed by their exact names, except the mysterious "human copulins".
Please enlighten me because I would like to believe in pheromones but this kind of marketing turns me off. I am calling on the companies to explain this pseudoscience.