Wide-spectrum human pheromone for behavioral illnesses
Criminal behavior (& the following) can be turned off & on by a chemical signal—a human pheromone. There are no side effects or withdrawal symptoms. The following illnesses responded well to the same pheromone in anecdotal open trials:
Borderline Personality Disorder (n=4) If headaches/photophobia are present, they persist but may diminish with time.
Runaway Behavior (n=3) Ambition returns, grades improve dramatically, innocent behavior replaces adult lover.
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (n=21) note: Egyptian trial (double-blind, cross-over, placebo-controlled, in pediatric hospital setting) alleviated all symptoms, but raw pheromone failed in that the cooperation of attending physician and his staff was lost without explanation. This suggested an aversive pheromone component or component set among the 735 chemicals known to be present in the pheromone. We have taken steps to remove aversives.
Opioid Addiction (n=12) The drug addict taking the pheromone by mouth is provided a slight lifting of mood and a dramatic feeling of refreshing relief. No withdrawal symptoms have ever been reported. One dose appears effective for long-lasting cessation of chemical-thrill-seeking behavior. The now former addict often seeks a change of circumstances by moving away.
Sexual Perversions (n=11) Homosexual ideation and behavior is lost but may not be recognized for several months (n=10). Homosexuality appears to arise from a sufficiency of the maternal pheromone (pheromone has a chemical sexual dimorphism) with a deficiency of the paternal pheromone. Child molesters and child rapists (n=1) joyfully find relief from their sexual-thrill-seeking and return home to normal life.
PTSD (n=2) Long-suffering PTSD patients are relieved of all symptoms, but insidiously since there has been no lifting of mood reported.
Suicidal ideation and behavior (n=2)
Juvenile Delinquency (n=2) Age-appropriate behavior returns.
Alzheimer’s Disease (n=2) Recovery of laughter, smiling, concern for one’s finances. The pheromone halts the progression of the disease. Both patients M (aged 89, F aged 93) died of liver disease shortly thereafter.
Onychophagia (n=1 & following) Fingernails return to normal length.
Anorexia Nervosa — full recovery
Feelings of Jihad 1997, a companion to Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, lost interest in “the cause”.
Multiple Personality Disorder — full recovery
Parry-Romberg syndrome — stops deterioration, improvement detected by a fellow medical student patient in herself.
Hashimoto's Thyroiditis — apparent recovery, “felt” by female patient, observed by her physician. Quickly lost to follow-up.
Epilepsy — reduced symptoms
Tourette’s — reduced symptoms
Schizophrenia — reduced symptoms
Undiagnosed wasting in an elderly female — Strength recovered.
The pheromone consists of 735 chemicals which appear in the healthy adult male facial skin surface lipid liquid pheromone. Apparently methyl-ester volatiles mixed in with the pheromone are aversive, complicating pheromone therapy and must be diminished for success without social disruption. The chemical mixture has the characteristics of pheromones observed in other animals.
Our Investigational New Drug application to FDA 138202 for opioid addiction & ADHD was approved in March.
Pheromone receptivity takes place among the “brush border” cells that line 50% of the human upper respiratory system. www.independent.academis.edu/BubbaNicholson