Libido boosters on display at the Trade Fair
Libido boosters on display at the Trade Fair

A range of herbal sex boosters are selling like hot cake at the ongoing Zambia International Trade Fair in Lusaka Ndola.

Some traders interviewed said middle aged men are their biggest customers who have been flooding the stands and buying the commodities.

The traders said they get their supplies from different rural parts of Zambia especially in Northern, Muchinga and Eastern province.

They said the prices range from K10 to as high as K150 per sachet.

Some of the hot selling libido boosters on display are Mwana Apeluke, Pwanya Chinena, Pwanya Nini, Kafupa and Congo Dust.

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32 COMMENTS

    • Men are so $tupid. That stuff doesn’t work. All you need is a good dinner washed down with 2 glasses of wine or 2 bottles of beer not the whole crate. Get rid of that GBM gut by going to the gym and you can go as many rounds as you can instead of taking herbs whose origin you don’t know about!

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    • How can one get a booster from a herbalist who won’t be traced after three days? People can really play with their lives. Ati Pwanya Nini, awe sure.

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    • The real olivia poepe, you clearly haven’t met a real man. you’re sexually starved!

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  1. Pwanya Nini rings a bell. Can someone please get me that booster! I want to know the drug that led to the birth of one of the common bloggers!

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  2. I would have assumed a Trade Fair (trade show, trade exhibition, or expo) is an exhibition organized so that companies in a specific industry can showcase and demonstrate their latest products and services, meet with industry partners and customers, study activities of rivals, and examine recent market trends and opportunities. In contrast to consumer fairs, only some trade fairs are open to the public, while others can only be attended by company representatives (members of the trade, e.g. professionals) and members of the press, therefore trade shows are classified as either “public” or “trade only”. What’s concerning is these displays is they don’t seem to have labels, ingredients nor expiry dates or maybe they have. Have they been tasted as in the case we recently had when some…

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  3. Continued: Have they been tasted as in the case we recently had when some men died from drinking sexual boosters? I am not saying it is wrong but maybe find another way of getting these products on the market through a different market or channel that is much safe.

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    • If a medical intern cannot spell TESTED, then subdural hematoma will be impossible

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  4. Ba LT, trade fair is being held in Ndola and not Lusaka… Sex is in the head, just train your brain, you dont need all those herbs

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    • If you follow the white man everywhere and in everything, you will end up being a clown. White man says “it the head” and then synthesizes viagra. You buy viagra and he makes money.
      Zambians, support your local products but take the stuff in moderation.
      Small doses till you figure out what the optimum is.
      Don’t over use the stuff. Just surprise the madam once in a while with a shag that leaves her with multiple orgas-ms. That way she won’t go shagging the guard or boss at work.
      We men should not drive everywhere too. Lets get out and walk too. Get the testosterone pumping.

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    • You should understand that some of these journalists are drank when writing their stories. The editors are even more drunk.

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    • Pef, it is drunk, as in the opposite of sober. Drank is the past tense of drink. Such errors occur when verbatim translations are made. I suspect that you have spent too much time speaking Bemba.

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    • Forgive them, Zambian Journalism is dead…one simply needs two hours experience on Facebook and tweeter and they are qualified Journalists.

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  5. Mwanya bafikala after the show you will find yourselves in hospitals nefima bwamba fikafimbe.

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  6. Mwebantu this is the 21st century. We should move with modernity. Products should be packaged neatly and attractively. Tekufiposafye iyoo. I buy traditional Chinese teas and herbs they are properly packaged and even labelled yet they are sold by peasants. Don’t fall in love with misery

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  7. HAHAHAHAHA…..THOSE NAMES ARE FUNNY…If those herbs work, they should be packed nicely and might be exported too. Other countries sell their medicinal herbs. In fact in Zambia we have a alot of proven medicinal herbs that can be packaged nicely

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    • Exactly my point; the only difference between those herbs there on the table and Viagra is simply sincere packaging!!

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  8. Iliko bad. You don’t know what you are drinking. Why not go get viagra which is scientifically proven and recommended. Iza Linda zizalinduluka.

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  9. ZAMBIANS ARE GOOD AT SELLING IFIKO!
    EVERYTHING ON THE MARKET IS FILTHY!
    KAPENTA HAS SAND AND RAT SH!T IN IT
    BEANS HAS RAT SH!T AND DEAD BUGS
    DRY FISH HAS LIVE AND DEAD MAGGOTS
    VEGITABLES ARE WASHED IN FILTHY WATER AT THE MARKET
    COOKING OIL IS FILLED IN PLASTIC BOTTLES PICKED FROM RUBBISH DUMPS AND SEWAGE TRENCHES

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  10. Really laughable ..where are those silly bible bashers and there “we are a Christian nation rubbish”?
    Anyway Packaging goes a long way and certification….a Muzungu can get the selfsame product take to Holland, package it in half teaspoonful capsules placed in sincere branding and box/wrap. He also sends samples to Medical Bodies for testing for side effects…any good feedback he gets stamps on the packaging as seal of approval. Then starts selling online for £9.99 for 12 capsules packs

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  11. How can a trade fair allow such rudimentary untested (scientifically) and unauthorised herbal concoctions to be displayed and sold? Health and safety checks? People have died or been permanently damaged through consuming purported herbal enhancers whose source, composition and efficacy they have not bothered to check. As far as I know none of those mixtures have been subject to authorisation and regulation.

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    • I think the Trade Fair is to blame. It should have minimum standards for products to make it to the stands. Rough Hand written labels with wrong spellings just suggest that the product is equally flawed.

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  12. Use home made booster. Buy watermelon and make juse about 1 liter and boil the juice untill it becomes half liter then miss in fresh lemon juice from 1 lemon. Drink morning and evening on empty stomach. Home made viagra try it.

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  13. Congo dust killed Chiluba after pwanyaling a stolen nini ya Regina Mwanza. That is what he meant by Zambia being a CHRISTIAN NATION

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  14. So this is what the Trade Fair has come to? Everything in Zambia is deteriorating! Sex boosters that are untested being sold at the Trade Fair? Very low standards! Look at the names and we say we are a Christian nation! This is Sodom and Gomorrah!

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