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Do Pulse Points matter? Do they REALLY aid with Diffusion?

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  • Do Pulse Points matter? Do they REALLY aid with Diffusion?

    I was lurking around like a crazy person in the PheroTruth historic archives and found this post by SteveO from about 9 years ago

    So I started wondering what the community think about pulse points nowadays

    Do pulse points matter? do they make a difference? should I still spray on my pulse points? what should I have for dinner tonight?




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    Here's another one of SteveO's post further down the same thread

    and the two links in the post

    http://www.basenotes.net/threads/218033-Pulse-points-bogus
    https://www.leaf.tv/articles/why-do-...-pulse-points/


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      I have used my digital fever thermometer. It gives results in about 2 seconds. The temperature of the skin doesn't vary very much at all. On a cold day ion the house I found an exposed patch of skin that felt cold and it was still 94 degreesF. Everywhere else is within a degree of normal(98). The blood isn't going to be any hotter than the rest of the body. frostbite low windchills and maybe sunburn will change the skin temperature temporarily.

      If you look into particle dispersion, temperature changes this small are insignificant for our purposes. Distance and air currents and convection layers in a room affect the dispersion much more easily than a 1 or 2-degree difference in skin temp.
      MY CURRENT INVENTORY

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