- There is a new trend of young Ghanaian women selling and buying spiritual charms that purportedly make men want to part ways with money
- According to a video sighted by YEN.com.gh, the market is growing
- A merchant of some of these charms says it upgrades the average woman's ability to pleasure a man
Using what you have to get what you want is a strategy that is as old as humanity. And with the world becoming more and more complex, women in Ghana are looking to spiritual charms to entice men into giving them (women) the material things they need.
In a video recently uploaded by Celebritiesbuzz.com, one merchant responsible for marketing and selling of these spiritual charms, explained that it is only fair that women play on their sensuality in relationships with men.
She explained that all her charms do is to put its female users in a place to give constant and heightened sexual pleasure to their partners.
The merchant in whose shop women had lined up to purchase the charms said: "If you have sex with a man and you know he is rich, you use it. It is just the sweetness and normal herbs.
It (the charm) upgrades your "tonga", placing it above that of the average woman."
The products are now marketed and sold via social media demand is reportedly though the roof.
Meanwhile, a new study has found that pear shaped women are healthier than apple shaped women, after studying 2,683 postmenopausal women with a normal range of Body Mass Index (BMI), over a period of 18 years.
The study, published in the European Heart Journal revealed women with thicker thighs have healthier hearts than women with thicker waist.
Researchers assessed waist and thigh fat in these women and put them in separate categories from highest to lowest
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