Podcast Description: 2 Pesewas is a weekly podcast hosted by Edi and Peaches. Broadcasting from DS Media in Tema, Ghana, the ladies discuss a range of issues from lowbrow to high: Hot button headlines, music to love and discover, and things that make you say WTF?! Each episode ends with a segment called “2 Pesewas”, where the ladies weigh in on a topic of their choosing. Unapologetically honest, incisive, and humourous, there’s never a dull moment on 2 Pesewas. You can find the podcast on iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, Youtube and TuneIn. I came across this podcast Wednesday night through Fruits of Love that lists tropical fruits and their health benefits for our sex lives based on an episode of this podcast. Some of these tropical fruits of love are bananas, watermelons, ginger, soursop, tangerine. These fruits contain high levels of zinc, manganese, folate (B9) and potassium. A woman’s body prepares itself for sex more quickly if zinc levels are high. Did you know Ginger and Soursop contain nutrients that improve blood circulation to sex organs, libido, vision, hair growth and pain relief?
I listened to Season 2, Episode 19: Emotional Bank Account/ Vaginal Health and couldn’t agree more with their 2 Pesewas! Leave your vagina alone! Its a self cleansing organ. You can wash your vulva with soap but rinse your vagina with warm water only. Douching usually causes an imbalance in your vagina. Keeping your promises, being kind to yourself and others help your emotional bank account stay healthy. Run away from emotional vampires who drain you without giving back. I smiled when Peaches recommended Yuna’s Crush and Labrinth’s Jealous. It was nice to get new music, albums and artistes recommends from Edi. I already love Max Herre- 1ste Liebe ft Joy Denalane. The WTF? Segment shows humans daily find ways to do outrageous things unregulated by law. The next day I continued Season 2,Episode 18: Tips for Upgrading your life/the Perfect Pot. The News really had me think conspiracy theories about the Chinese construction companies in Nigeria. Also about the economic hold Asian companies and foreign lender may have over Nigeria. Oh it didn’t help I’m writing my review of What It Means When A Man falls from the Sky by Leslie Nneka Arimah. It’s title story is set in a flooded earth where Africa accommodates Europe at the cost of its political and financial independence. Episode 18 offers pearls of wisdom and refers platform where you can learn daily. I can swear by Medium. In life, regular practice improves skills. This beats researching how to do something without frequent practice (ie. the parable of the perfect pot).
2 Pesewas is informative, engaging, blunt, witty and thought provoking. I enjoyed listening. It’s a fun but well researched. The co-hosts, Peaches and Edi discuss serious issues, trash discrimination of all sorts . They give applicable solutions to problems instead of problem bashing. These women are Gems for the new music of the week segment. The songs that play in the background while its discussed is a time saving touch. Give Kirani AYAT, Sauti Sol and Sun EL, a listen! I appreciate their eloquence, intelligence, humor and objectiveness. They really have beautiful voices and the recording is crisp. I binge listened to it Thursday evening while cooking, painting my toes and twisting my moisturized hair into Bantu Knots.
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