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My journey as a woman aphrodisiac bestseller – Enderline Ndubuisi

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It is rather unusual for a woman to be involved in the business of sex. In Africa, women should only be seen and not heard. And when a woman declares that she’s an expert on sexual problems, it is like putting herself on an altar to be slaughtered. These and more, are what the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of U Slay Assembly has gone through. Now, she’s known as the youngest ‘Kayanmata Goddess,’ because of the extraordinary success she has had not only as a seller of aphrodisiacs but also as a sexologist who is continually engrossed in researching into the use of herbs for better life.

When asked what the journey has been like as a woman sex expert, in a recent interview given the African biases about a woman being a business of sex she took us through her journey.

“The sex industry is a broad one and our beloved African people are opening up to the idea of sex enhancement and aphrodisiacs. The journey has really been tough, however, I have effectively combated this bias by developing strategies aimed at soliciting feedback from clients and acquaintances (this makes them further open up to the whole sex idea). Intense sensitization of trusted friends, family, acquaintances and associates have played a major role in imbibing a sense of oneness in the sex topic and social media has helped amplify new voices which has increased acceptance of the business in general.

Conclusively, times are fast changing and the irrational assumption that warps the ability to make a decision based on established facts on sex are also rapidly changing and I will say it will only get better,” she said.

Speaking further she reiterated the importance of healthy sex life among married couples and lovers, affirming the benefits even beyond sexual well-being.

She said: “Sex is an important part of life and overall well-being. In relationships, orgasms play a significant role in bonding. Sex is an important part of life and the benefits include reduced risk of heart disease, improved self-esteem, balanced estrogen and testosterone levels, low blood pressure, reduced anxiety, natural pain relief and better sleep. The benefits of sex are indeed enormous. Sexual problems range from erectile dysfunction ( not being able to keep erection for long), female sexual disorder ( reduced interest in sex or abrupt arousal), low sperm count, Vulvovaginal Atrophy(reduced estrogen that cause prominent vaginal dryness). These are but a few and the Aphrodisiacs for these conditions differ ranging from foods, drinks, oils and spices.

Enderline Ndubuisi is known as the youngest Kayanmata Goddess because her secret weapon is the Kayanmata herb. She got to learn of its efficacy by the virtue of her growing up in Kano, a state known widely for the herb.

“Kayanmata is a Hausa word, meaning ‘Women’s things’. They are herbs used to enhance sexual pleasure. Kayanmata is the same as aphrodisiac, anything that is used to stimulate sexual pleasure. Enderline Ndubuisi started her business in 2017 and made it official by founding the U Slay Assembly in 2019 at the age of 20, making her the youngest in the trade.

Apart from using her Kayanmata magic to resolve sexual issues between men and women, the U Slay Assembly Chief Executive Officer also manufactures other wide range of aphrodisiacs. According to her, she manufactures organic aphrodisiac with the help of her assistant, named Okoh Stephen Ifeanyi, a graduate of biology.

Ndubuisi Enderline Ngozi was born on March 28, 1997. She’s originally from Imo State but born and bred in Kano. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in microbiology from Ebonyi State University.


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