It has emerged that women in Swaziland are increasingly using a special herb which allegedly suppresses the sexual appetites of their husbands and boyfriends, especially at the weekends.
According to Times of Swaziland, women allegedly use the herb every Friday when making breakfast for their partners, especially if they have a spouse, whom they suspect is having extramarital affairs at the weekends.
The herb is sold in shops in Mbabane, the country’s capital.
It is usually made for men to drink like tea.
One of the shop owners, who sell the herb stated that originally, the herb was meant to normalise the sexual urge of men with very high sex drives.
According to the shop owner, interested men are expected to take the herb once a week in boiling water because when it was taken otherwise, it has side effects, one of which is infertility.