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Agbo is the name in the Yoruba language of the western region of Nigeria, for various herbal concoctions, drank for many medicinal purposes including- curing common ailments like fevers and back ache, invigorating and other unusual purposes like- increasing sexual libido.

A very common Agbo is- 'Agbo Jedi-jedi', used to remedy an African special disorder in males characterized by back ache, and low libido. This ailment is attributed to either or both of- the consumption of an excess of sugar or hot pepper diets.


Leaves; Chemicals; Gin.