Sierra Leone's Natural Aphrodisiac

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Sierra Leone's Natural Aphrodisiac

VICE correspondent Jordan Redaelli travels to Freetown, Sierra Leone, to learn about an indigenous drink called poyo. Poyo is said to hold mystical properties, bestowing money, power and fierce erections to those who drink it. Later, he hits the beach to mix up a poyo-infused cocktail. Let’s hope the locals aren’t too offended.

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  1. We call it Palm wine in Nigeria, it also has several local names, depending on the part you visit.. Very popular in west Africa. Had alot of it and some roasted wild boar when I visited Sierra Leone.

  2. Very common in India by the name Toddy or local name – Taadi, sophisticatedly called as Palm wine worldwide but never heard it's aphrodisiac