Does anyone know what blackstrap molasses are called in India? Is it the same as gur? If it is how would one take it for arthritis? Thanks.
EC: Check out the thread from Vineet in this "where to buy blackstrap molasses" section.
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03/29/2010Posted by Kaloni (Guwahati, India) on 07/09/2009
Cant find black strap molasses in india especially from the state I come from (assam)...will gur or jaggery do as a substitue? I need for treatment of grey hairs.please advise....is it true that if you rub your finger nails against each other for 11-12 mins it stops hair greying and additionally turns the grey hair into black...Posted by Anita (Mumbai, Maharashtra, India) on 05/18/2009
I read the remedy used by karthik from Mumbai. He had good relief of his problems with black strape molasses. Please let me know what is black strape molasses. What is it called in Hindi or Marathi and where can i get it in Mumbai. I have severe vericose vein problem..........please help meReplied by Satish
Sydney, NSW Australia
05/21/2009Posted by Sha (Bangalore, India) on 09/29/2008
Can anyone tell where we can get Blackstrap Molasses in India (if possible in Bangalore)....PlzReplied by Wasiya
Bangalore, Karnataka India
04/26/2009Posted by Vineet (Nasik, India) on 04/11/2007
Hi, can you advise from where can i purchase blackstrp molasses in India?
EC: Our dear friend from Calcutta tells us that molasses can be found in all grocery stores... It is called Gur. You can also buy Jaggery in Calcutta, which is date syrup. Gur is used to heal lung damage in Ayurvedic medicine, apparently.Replied by Vineet