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Pheromones making you sick?
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Pheromones making you sick?
11-23-2022 7:35 AM

I've noticed something pretty significant. I think everytime I've gotten sick in the past year it's been after applying xist. I am convinced actually that xist makes me sick, and very sick as well. I think what it does to me is transmitting sickness even easier than normal. The first time I got covid I was wearing 4 drops, overdosing judging by the reactions I was recieving, and I had covid so bad I potentially could have died. Then I've gotten sick 2 more times, both after applying xist!

Anyone have any expeirences with pheromones making you sick?
11-23-2022 7:35 AM
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11-23-2022 8:12 AM

Casanova used to give me throat irritation, along with a soar throat, kinda something which you get when the season is changing. It makes me around 5-10% weaker the next day. That's why when I wear it I take throat lozenges even before I get the throat feeling, and avoid it altogether.

From reports CAS does more next day damage to people.

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11-23-2022 3:28 PM

No, but I don't wear on my skin, either. I made a post on discoverXS about using aromatherapy diffuser bracelets and necklaces. Wearing on a pad keeps it off your skin so it can't be absorbed, and you can take it off instantly to limit exposure. Just put the pad in a tiny ziplock bag when you're done.
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RE: Pheromones making you sick?
11-23-2022 11:45 PM

Any a1 product makes me sick.

As does CAS. or CAS mixed with AQ.

11-23-2022 11:45 PM
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11-24-2022 5:13 AM

(11-23-2022 3:28 PM)acro Wrote:  No, but I don't wear on my skin, either. I made a post on discoverXS about using aromatherapy diffuser bracelets and necklaces. Wearing on a pad keeps it off your skin so it can't be absorbed, and you can take it off instantly to limit exposure. Just put the pad in a tiny ziplock bag when you're done.

I don't think the absorbing part is the issue as there are people around you have can get a bad feeling from it, I think when it's going through the nose, that's when it creates an issue.

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