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Pheromones are perceived and active throughout the life of the animal, so a soothing pheromone will help reduce stress at all stages of the animal's life.

Throughout their lives, animals communicate in different ways. Communication via pheromones is an innate communication established from an early age. This is the oldest and most widespread mode of transmission of information among living beings .

 


a soothing pheromone will help reduce stress at all stages of the animal's life.

 

Pheromones are emitted from secretory glands that are found around different body areas such as the flanks, eyes, genitals or the anus. They are captured by a dedicated organ specialized in the detection of pheromones directly connected to the brain.

 

This information carried by pheromone will therefore be delivered directly to the brain. Pheromones are perceived and active throughout the life of the animal, so a soothing pheromone will help reduce stress at all stages of the animal's life.

Basically, we can identify in any case a transmitter and a receiver.


In birds: Chickens

At hatching, the female (transmitter) will emit soothing pheromones via its uropygial gland, located at the rump level, which will be picked up by its chicks (receptor).

These messages, essential in the development of the animal's life, create a bond of attachment to the mother and her environment, thus preventing stress. These soothing messages, essential throughout the life of the animal, will reduce stress and optimize the animal's potential.

In mammals

Upon birth, the mother (transmitter) will emit soothing pheromones via the sebaceous glands present in the mammary area that will be captured by her offspring (receptor).

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