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The Human Endocrine System

Human pheromones that affect others are called 'signal' pheromones, whilst human pheromones that affect our own bodies are called 'primer' pheromones. Common human pheromone groups include: -

Rheus Vaginal Secretions - These are volatile short-chained fatty acids that include some or all of these substances - acetic, propanoic-, butanoic, methylpropanoic-, methylbutanoic and methylpentanoic acid. These are commonly referred to as copulins.

16-androstenes - These are metabolites of androgen hormones and include androstenol and androstenone.

Common hormone groups include: -

Steroid hormones - These are hormones derived from cholesterol. They are the basic sex regulatory hormones and are also responsible for a variety of feminine functions. Testosterone, the principal male sex hormone, and estradiol (an estrogen), the main female sex hormone are included in this type.

Amino acid derivatives - These include thyroid hormones for regulating metabolism and epinephrine (adrenaline) secreted from the adrenal glands atop of the kidneys.

Peptide hormones - The largest and most diverse group of hormones which includes insulin. This group also includes protein hormones.

Opiate hormones - The body's natural painkiller endorphin, which is chemically similar to morphine, is in the opiate hormone group. These hormones are produced in response to pain and deaden our pain receptors.

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