Blackstrap Molasses Benefits in Gray Hair Treatment

Gray Hair is a symptom of improper protein synthesis and specifies the onset of aging process in humans. When people are on the verge of forties, gray hair would show up. Sometimes, gray hair are also related with wisdom and experience gained throughout the life. Nowadays, young men and women have also the problem of gray hair and so they are interested in finding a cure for gray hair. Gray hair can be turned back to its original as several natural treatments are available. Blackstrap molasses is one of the popular natural treatments for gray hair.

Blackstrap Molasses Benefits in Gray Hair Treatment

Blackstrap molasses has been proved successful as both internal and external hair treatment to combat gray hair. Molasses is the dark, thick liquid by-product of the sugar refining process. In the process, the sugar is eliminated and leaves behind the exceptionally rich mineral/trace element cocktail. Blackstrap molasses contain many vitamins and minerals that provide a dark color and distinct flavor to the syrup.

Molasses‘ word is derived from the Latin melaceres that means honey-like. As molasses is a liquid byproduct of sugarcane, it is obtained from the process of refining sugarcane into table sugar. Blackstrap molasses is obtained from the 3rd boiling of the sugarcane syrup and it has been used as a popular and affordable sweetener. In the mid-20th century, the use of blackstrap molasses was popularized during the health food movement.

Nutritional content of Blackstrap Molasses:

Blackstrap molasses is an excellent source of minerals including, iron, calcium, manganese, copper, magnesium, and potassium. Unlike refined white sugar or artificial sweeteners like saccharine, blackstrap molasses is full of nutritional value. Hair growth may be improved with your intake of nutrients. A great way to get these essential vitamins and minerals is to add blackstrap molasses to the diet.

Blackstrap Molasses Benefits in Gray Hair Treatment:

Blackstrap Molasses is one of the easiest home remedies to reverse gray hair. Black strap molasses reverse the loss of pigment in the hair shaft so that when new hair grows, it regains your natural color.

Blackstrap Molasses Benefits in Gray Hair Treatment
  • A Teaspoon of Molasses:

Consume two teaspoons of blackstrap every morning to reduce the graying of hair. Two teaspoons contain over 10% of the US Recommended Daily Allowance (RDA) of calcium, magnesium, copper, manganese, iron, potassium and other valuable minerals and nutrients.

Blackstrap molasses contains copper that facilitates the production of melanin and helps in hair pigmentation. When two teaspoons of blackstrap molasses is taken daily, the results will be appeared in 3 to 6 months.

Also, blackstrap molasses can be added as a sweetener to all breakfast cereals, smoothies, milk, tea or coffee and even desserts. To cookies and cakes, it imparts a distinctive flavor. To impart a rich color and taste, chicken or turkey is also basted with molasses.

  • An Iced Molasses Recipe:

Add one tablespoon of blackstrap molasses to enough hot water to dissolve it. Place some ice in the glass then add 3/4 of a cup of milk, rice drink or soy milk.

  • A Plainer Recipe:

Mix a teaspoon of blackstrap molasses with a cup of water. Heat this mixture in the microwave until it is warm enough for the molasses to dissolve. To ensure the molasses is completely dissolved, stir the water with a spoon and drink it.

Additionally, blackstrap molasses also helps to cure depression and high blood pressure and it has been proved by medical studies.


9 Comments
  1. Dhaval Says:

    i think i’ll try dis molasses. me heard dis is gr8 for dry, damaged hair. wts called blackstrap molasses in hindi? wt brand of blackstrap molasses is gd?

  2. Julja Says:

    me new for dis……so a query arised in mind wt s d blackstrap molasses meaning? but now it z clear! gr8 to knw!

  3. Barry Says:

    wer to buy blackstrap molasses grey hair ? :?:

  4. emma Says:

    i bought plantation organic unsulphered bs molasses for my husband as he is 34 and quite gray, but copper is listed at 0%..??? can anyone help? what is the sense of taking it if it comtains no copper. many thanks.

  5. melanie Says:

    Has anyone tried the molasses for the grey hair and does it really work??

  6. Diana Says:

    I also just checked the same molasses and 0% copper.I am taking a week,the taste is ok,and hope to see results in 3 months.let you know later,how it works.

  7. Diana Says:

    I am using molasses about 2 months and still no results. Well,maybe I need to take longer then 2 months.

  8. Keith Says:

    I have taken minerals orally, such as Zinc, Magnesium and Selenium, but never did I noticed any reversal of my gray hair until I started taking Copper (2 mg). The end of April, 2011, will be exactly six months, and yes… I have noticed that my hair is turning back to it’s normal color.

    My point is that, if the Blackstrap Molasses product does not contain Copper, because I have always heard that it did, then go to your local GNC, and buy some Copper for about $6.40. This is exactly what I have done for six months, and I will continue to do so.

    Regards

  9. Chalande Says:

    Blackstrap molasses id also suppose to aid in menstrual cramp.i just started using it,so i don’t really know if it works but i’ve seen review on youtube about it.

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