blackstrap molasses for grey hair

Blackstrap Molasses for Gray Hair Reversal

Blackstrap Molasses for Grey Hair Reversal

Blackstrap molasses for grey hair reversal – I decided to go grey and embrace my grey roots a while ago until I came across some valuable information that actually changed my mind. It involves blackstrap molasses that promote healthy skin and hair health.

Furthermore, I will be including blackstrap molasses as a part of the hair challenge (here).
Learn why I decided to stop using hair dyes and embrace my natural greying hair (here).

What is blackstrap molasses?

It?s the dark viscous liquid byproduct that is extracted in the third boil of sugar cane production. It has a unique blend of minerals and vitamins that are not normally found in regular cane sugar. Many of these minerals and nutrients are the reason blackstrap molasses is used for hair. It contains high amounts of iron, copper, manganese, calcium, potassium, and magnesium which are all great for healthy hair growth.


Why blackstrap molasses?

As we get older our body slows down the production of melanin that gives us our hair color. Blackstrap molasses contains vitamins and minerals that encourage the production of cell renewal, prevention of hair loss, and nourishes the follicles. Furthermore, high copper levels in blackstrap molasses stimulate melanin production which re-pigment and darken hair. Additionally, blackstrap molasses is high in antioxidants; it thickens hair and stimulates strong hair growth.??In other words, It supports healthy hair growth and reversal of greying hair.

Blackstrap has other benefits such as boosting iron levels for those who are anemic or have an iron deficiency. Moreover, it consists of calcium, magnesium, and zinc which supports skin, muscle and bone health.

How to take blackstrap molasses for grey hair

Begin by taking orally 1 to 2 tablespoons a day for one year. Because this is a natural remedy for grey hair reversal and whole body health. It will take time to see optimal results. Therefore, throughout the year we will be documenting our progress.

Molasses has a low glycemic index which works for anyone who is watching their blood sugar levels are seeking an alternative sweetener. It has a bittersweet taste but is effective as an energy booster. Great for adding to your coffee or tea! To ensure you are getting your daily dosage of blackstrap molasses there are several ways it can be consumed.

  • Add it to a smoothly
  • In coffee or tea as an alternative sweetener
  • To water
  • In oatmeal or breakfast cereal

Until Next Post Stay Tuned,



Have you used blackstrap molasses for hair or whole body health? Do you plan on trying blackstrap molasses for its health benefits? Also, if you have any questions or concerns share them in the comment section below.

blackstrap molasses for grey hair

41 thoughts on “Blackstrap Molasses for Gray Hair Reversal”

    1. Molasses will darken your natural hair color. It must be used everytime you wash your hair to see results. Also, product buildup from commercial shampoos and conditioners will hinder results. You will see a change if used as a part of your everday hair regimen especially on wash days.

      1. Hi i am using wholesome blackstrap molasses since 15 days one spoon in the morning and one at nights
        How long should i use ?

        1. It can take several months to start seeing results. Even up to one year depending on how grey your hair is. The more grey your hair is the longer it will take to see a reversal in your hair color. So far you are doing great. Soon your Grey’s will be gone.

  1. Will it darken / affect my bleached blonde hair and turn that back darker or only affects the follicles and new hair that grows in?
    Thank you!

    1. It will affect the new growth of the hair more if it has been bleached or dyed. Also, you may see slight darking of bleached hair over time.

  2. Hi, I have one question, while consuming molasses to reverse grey hair, dyeing commercial hair dye for time being to darken the grey hairs, is consuming molasses will not work?, or we have to quite dyeing hair?

  3. I noticed in your video you have molasses but it doesn’t say blackstrap on your bottle, but you are calling it blackstrap molasses. Is that the same thing?

    1. Blackstrap molasses comes from the third boil of the sugarcane. It has a very strong bitter flavor. Whereas unsulphured molasses (used in my video) is a bit sweeter which I preferred. The nutrients are about the same. The difference between blackstrap and unsulphered molasses is blackstrap has less sugar. Therefore it contains mineral and vitamins without the sweetness.

      1. Sushmitamandal

        Mam will you please say how is the health link brand? Health link organic unsulphered black strap molasses

        1. Hi, I’m not sure about the brand but it looks promising. Especially since it’s organic. It’s a good idea to try it out.

  4. I grew up in a farm and made this stuff. Taste doesn’t bother me, but I recommend it in coffee for those of you who dislike it. I live in LA and I’m sure people would line up at a coffee shop to buy it if you gave it some trendy name. Regular creamer works, but a dash of flavored creamer makes it taste like a $12 latte on Melrose.

    1. Great idea! It does taste pretty good in coffee but I never thought about adding a creamer. Thanks for sharing!??

    2. Helo iam age 40 my hair half going gray ..blackstrapmolesse can make my hair again black??? Advice mebplz

  5. Does it worked on you or are you tried this . because I also have gray hair and my age is 19 so let me try once black strap molasses

          1. About a year to start seeing results. Up to 2 years for full transformation.

    1. Yes, I’ve tried it but stopped the bitter taste was a bit much for me. I have older family members who takes it daily and their hair is dark no grey hairs. I’ve learned that you have to continue to take otherwise your hair may start turning grey. Occasional usage will slow greying.

    2. I attempted to use around the time I made this post. I know of women who have successfully taken molasses and experienced grey hair reversal. It just take time to see results.

        1. The brand we typically use for cooking and flavoring foods is a Louisiana brand called Steen. We add it to cereals and use it for flavoring coffee and teas. We also use cane syrup which is a sweeter version of molasses in placement of maple and regular table syrup. Web address is https://www.steenssyrup.com/

    1. I am not sure if the pills will work. Pills usually have fillers in them. Therefore the results may not be the same.

      There are other remedies for naturally reversing or coloring grey hair. I recently started using henna but amla does a great job with darkening the hair in a short time span. It is also great for strengthening the hair follicles. I will be preparing a recipe and trying it out on my husband’s greying beard. Results should be noticeable within a month. I will sharing recipes and showing pictures on https://curlychic.com. CurlyChic is where I will be sharing Ayurvedic and herbal skin, hair care and remedies.

  6. i am young and not feeling good because of my white hair growing with speed and how can this molasses remove ? can it remove permanently or temporarly ? how long i have to use and how can i use it? dose it bring side effect in my body when i consume it ?

    1. Well, it can take months or even a year or two to see the effects of blackstrap molasses. There are no side effects.
      There are herbs that naturally darkness hair and prevent or reverse greying hairs. I will be sharing this information on my CurlyChic.com site. Plus Ayurvedic remedies.

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