Hey what yo name is? “Molasses Jackson”

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There is also some evidence that nutrients in molasses can help nourish and strengthen hair externally. Like honey, it is a natural sweetener that works as a natural deep conditioner and makes hair silky and smooth. The dark color of a molasses hair mask may also help cover gray naturally.

Molasses also contains a good amount of iron, which aids to stop anemia (a common cause of hair loss) & antioxidants that may help stop premature graying. Nutrients in molasses can help nourish and strengthen hair externally.

Blackstrap molasses is a byproduct of sugar cane’s refining process. Sugar cane is mashed to create juice, and then boiled once to create cane syrup. … Blackstrap molasses contains vital vitamins and minerals, such as iron, calcium, magnesium, vitamin B6, and selenium.Feb

Molasses is a thick syrup produced from processed sugar cane. The largest producers of this sticky and sweet by-product and processing of sugarcane are Brazil, India, the Philippines, Taiwan, Thailand and the United States. Blackstrap molasses gained quite a bit of popularity in the mid-20 th century, especially for health conscious eaters.

The difference between regular molasses and blackstrap is that regular molasses is the first or second boiling of cane sugar syrup while blackstrap is made from the third boiling with iron levels increasing by 5%.

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Benefits of Blackstrap molasses

Blackstrap molasses contains vitamin B6, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium manganese, potassium, and selenium. It has the highest amount of antioxidants compared to refined sugar, corn syrup, raw cane sugar, and other available sweeteners. This is a safe sweetener for diabetics because unlike refined sugar, blackstrap molasses has a moderate glycemic load of only 55. It has a laxative quality and helps with headaches and fatigue. White sugar and corn syrup are virtually stripped of all nutrients except carbs and artificial sweeteners like saccharine and aspartame can sometimes cause health problems. Blackstrap molasses is by far a healthier and more satisfying sweetener option in the sugar wars.

4 Reasons To Use Blackstrap Molassess for your Beard & Hair

There are amazing reasons you need to try this natural sweetener for your hair.

1. THE MINERALS & NUTRIENTS

Blackstrap molasses is chock-full with minerals and nutrients. Its high copper content helps the body to produce melanin, the pigment responsible for hair color. Those same nutrients help nourish and strengthen the strands.

2. NATURAL DEEP CONDITIONING

It is also a rich natural deep conditioner that helps the hair to become silky and smooth. Consuming blackstrap molasses daily can contribute to overall good hair health over time while using externally will help to soften and add shine to grays.

3. THE ANTIOXIDANTS

Copper is the powerhouse for better hair quality in the composition of blackstrap molasses with iron a close second but those antioxidants are not just sitting around doing nothing. Manganese is a potent antioxidant that contributes to healthy scalp by fighting free radical activities and oxidative stress. Stress affects hair just like it affects the rest of the body by contributing to premature aging and even hair loss.

4. NATURAL CLEANSING

Allow it to sit on the scalp for 15 min. Wash it off with warm water and those nutrients will have nourished and cleansed your scalp effectively.

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