Baba Roots

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Baba Roots, which was founded by entrepreneur William Webb, is a herbal drink popular among young people in Jamaica. The manufacturer sponsors events featuring dancehall music, and several deejays have promoted the drink.[1] It is popularly believed in Jamaica that herbal drinks like Baba Roots promote good health and stimulate sexual performance, although the effects of the ingredients have not been fully studied.[2]

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  1. ^ "Baba Roots expands production". The Jamaica Online Star (Kingston, Jamaica: The Gleaner Company Limited). Retrieved 2010-10-08. 
  2. ^ Petre Williams; Arlene Martin-Wilkins (2004-06-06). "Roots tonic: cure-all or sexual stimulant?". The Jamaica Observer (Kingston, Jamaica). Retrieved 2010-10-08. 

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