iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $0.64 (8% off)
Great value and fair trade to boot!
Posted by 5068954211595553651 on Oct 08, 2013
This stuff is great for baking and this size bottle will last for a long long time. I use it to make homemade brown sugar.
Posted by CindyW on Jun 26, 2013
Good product for baking. I had no problems with leakage.
Posted by Reviewer1767994 on Jan 25, 2012
We like it.
yup, it's molasses...
Posted by Reviewer1499622 on Jan 25, 2012
Not that I'm a molasses connoisseur or anything, but this tastes as good as any other brand I've used (maybe a bit better than some) and it's a good value.
Raises Iron level in Blood
Posted by 5048262766126507152 on Oct 06, 2014
Excellent one teaspoon daily for stabilizing Iron level
Posted by Reviewer2335852 on Oct 20, 2014
will buy it again and agin. It cured my anemia.
Not particularly fond of the taste ...
Posted by Reviewer3000993 on Mar 11, 2016
... surprisingly SALTY! However, I am not taking this for flavour but for health benefits - the mineral contents, and the magnesium, in particular. This has been amazingly helpful in keeping away muscle stiffness. As far back as I remember, I have had problems with muscle cramps; and lately, the cramps had been nightly, waking me up from my sleep. Since I started taking this, NO MORE CRAMPS!! But most of the time, the items arrived leaking all over - such a mess to clean up! I have written to iherb customer service on more than one occasion - bringing their attention to the fact that the caps were DELIBERATELY UNSCREWED. It appears to be an act of sabotage by someone on the iherb packing team. Each time, iherb will offer a refund, but they are not tackling the REAL problem! And this is a problem that goes way back to 2011, if you read customer feedback. This is an excellent product, and it would be a shame if iherb decides to discontinue the product because of high levels of customer complaints about the leaks.
For the garden
Posted by Reviewer1945467 on Feb 09, 2015
I use this as a diluted liquid fertiliser in my garden, with the leftovers of comfrey and nettle tea. Plants like it, especially tomatoes.
Great for baking
Posted by Reviewer1514717 on Feb 07, 2016
I have been using this as a substitute for sugar in baked goods. It works particularly well for chocolate baked goods and adds a deeper colour with a whole lot more nutrients than you could get from sugar or sugar substitutes like stevia.
Excellent, plastic bottle
Posted by Reviewer1706131 on Apr 20, 2013
The bottle was in a plastic bag which caught the minimal leakage. I was dissappointed the bottle was not class but plastic. I immediately transfered it into a class jar. I had sliced ginger in molasses, yum if you like ginger. put molassse in frying pan with ginger heat until bubbly, tranfer ginger to try to cool. Had this at an ashram, nice treat for the sugar-free people.