"The very tall and powerful Odi, the very very powerful Odi" were the ones who cast Ifa for Eji Odi, on the day that he went to the market of Ejigbomekun, on the day also that he wept because he had no wife. They instructed Eji Odi to make sacrifice. "Allright, but what?" was the not unreasonable question. They told him to offer plenty of honey, for if it all fails, honey's sweetness still will do the trick. Eji Odi listened and made the sacrifice. Out of the large amounts of honey he took to the Awo's, the Awo's took just a little, and made medicine of it. As soon as Eji Odi arrived at the market of Ejigbomekun, he accosted the Chief of the Market Women, and poured some honey from the medicine bottle the Awo's gave, into her private opening; this unorthodox method did the trick nicely. Both engaged in intercourse, and Eji Odi had the time of his life. So did the woman. The result of this strange encounter was that most men, arriving from far and wide, wanted to have intercourse with the Chief Market woman. She made them all happy, and they loudly sang: "Leader of Market Women, Chief, let us go! Sweet honey prevents us from leaving your market, sweet honey."