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Molasses is a thick dark brown syrup that is rich in vitamins and minerals, especially the B vitamins.

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Molassess Contains


    Molasses is a thick syrupy substance that is the by-product from the commercial processing of sugar cane and sugar beets into refined sugar. Molasses for human consumption most often comes from sugar cane. Molasses is a sugar by-product, from which most of the sugar has been removed after several passes of boiling the sugar cane juice.


     Potassium 730mg
     Sugars 10g
     Calcium 10%
     Iron 15%
     Magnesium 8%
     Vitamin B6 10%


       Important benefit of molasses is its high mineral content. Most sweeteners are white because they’ve been stripped of all their natural goodness. Organic Molasses is dark in color because it contains the concentrated goodness of sugar cane.
One tablespoon of Organic Molasses contains 20% of the daily recommended daily intake for calcium, 22.5% of the daily recommended daily intake for magnesium and almost 40% of the recommended daily intake for iron.

Molasses as medicine cures

     Chronic fatigue syndrome
     Depression, anxiety, and related nervous disorders
     Chronic ailments, such as arthritis and rheumatism
     Tumors and fibroids
     Heart palpitations

Vitamin B5 and B6


     Molasses is a good source of vitamin B5, also known as pantothenic acid. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, 1 cup of molasses contains 2.7 mg of vitamin B5, a little over half of the daily recommended intake. According to the University of Maryland Medical Center, the recommended daily intake of vitamin B5 for adults is 5 mg, while pregnant and breastfeeding women need slightly more. Vitamin B5 may help reduce the level of fats in the blood with people who have high cholesterol. Vitamin B5 may also help reduce the symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis, but more clinical studies are needed.

       Adequate intake of vitamin B6 may help reduce the risk of developing heart disease. Vitamin B6 may also help reduce nausea and vomiting during pregnancy and reduce the symptoms of premenstrual syndrome, commonly known as PMS.