Saturday, October 25, 2014

Blackstrap Molasses

Black Strap Molasses is made from Sugar Cane. The roots of the sugar cane grow as deep as 15 feet and therefore are able to receive a broad spectrum of minerals and trace elements normally lacking in the top soils. The sugar is removed, leaving behind the exceptionally rich mineral/trace element cocktail, with a good selection of vitamins. The book Crude Black Molasses by Cyril Scott published by Benedict Lust Publications, is highly recommended reading.

One teaspoon in a cup of warm water before each meal (three times a day is the method employed with astounding health benefits, don’t expect good results on one cup a day; quantity and persistent regularity is all important.) Persons who can stand the taste may find it easier to swallow a teaspoonful amount straight from the spoon and wash down with warm water, or a hot drink.

Many people have overcome all sorts of serious, seemingly intractable health problems with molasses drinks alone! This includes cases of various types of Cancer, Osteo-arthritis, Rheumatoid arthritis, strokes, poor nervous system, skin disorders; the list goes on and on.

This is not at all incredible, if you have taken on board that acquired disease cannot exist in a body that receives the correct nutrition. If you find you cannot stomach a full teaspoon of Molasses at first, then use smaller amounts, but several times over the day, or sip over a period of time. There are many people who would seemingly remain ill even to a premature death than drink something they don’t like the taste of. Are you one of these people?

Article taken from ‘Understanding and Facilitating the Healing and Regenerative Process’ A Study by John Claydon D. Hom
Published in ‘The Truth Campaign’.

About Victoria Whitehead
Victoria is a Yoga Teacher, Reflexologist and holistic health & Raw Food enthusiast. She is also the administrator for Harmonik Ireland.

Comments

3 Responses to “Blackstrap Molasses”
  1. paudie says:

    can anybody tell me where i can get my hand on mollasses that has been boiled 2 or 3 time in ireland ,thank you

  2. Hi Paudie,
    I’m not sure about how many times it’s been boiled. The molasses we buy for personal use is the Meridian Organic (unsulphured), it’s available in most health food stores.
    Toria

  3. paudie says:

    thanks for the reply Victoria ,and that’s the very molasses I’m trying to find out about

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