TIGER BALM Rub - Natural Herbal Remedy

Tiger Balm is a popular remedy blended from natural ingredients that soothes many discomforts, aches and pains.

It is known for its analgesic and blood flow promoting properties.

Tiger Balm’ contains camphor, menthol, cajuput oil and clove oil.

THE HISTORY OF TIGER BALM

TIGER BALM is made from a secret herbal formulation that dates back to the times of the Chinese emperors who had suffered from various aches and pains. In fact, that secret formulation has survived due to Aw Chu Kin, the Chinese herbalist from Rangoon. Aw Chu Kin had studied the types of effective remedies and discovered that the blending of various active ingredients, such as camphor, clove and menthol, really brought relief.

Aw Boon Haw and Aw Boon Par inherited the formulation from their father and called it TIGER BALM, after Boon Haw, whose name in Chinese meant “Tiger”.

Today, TIGER BALM is manufactured and distributed by Haw Par Healthcare in Singapore.

TIGER BALM Liniment is a liquid version of TIGER BALM. TIGER linament is ideal where there is a need to cover a large surface area, such as a warm up rub or massage.

Tiger Balm products include two variants:

  • Tiger Balm Red – contains cassia oil, for muscular aches and pains.
  • Tiger Balm White - for headaches, nasal congestion, stuffy nose, insect bites and itchiness.

INDICATIONS

TIGER BALM is effective for the following conditions:Tiger Balm

  • Headaches;
  • Itchiness;
  • Stuffy nose;
  • Insects’ bites;
  • Muscular aches and pains;
  • Sprains;
  • Flatulence.

TIGER BALM should be gently applied on the affected areas or acupuncture points.

TIGER BALM WARNING

Do not use TIGER BALM on children under 3 years.

For pregnant and nursing women, consult your health care provider.

Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membranes and broken skin.

Do not have sex with tiger balm. It may irritate your skin.

Nowadays, millions of people over 81 countries believe that nothing can be better than the unique formulation of TIGER BALM.

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Comments

  1. Chiropractic software
    January 5th, 2011| 1:41 pm

    Nice information that state that herbal muscle rubs help relieve pain and improve circulation. Commercial creams and oils for pain use menthol, methyl salicylate, camphor, clove, cinnamon, eucalyptus, rosemary and other herbs that have analgesic properties. You can purchase Tiger balm products is a herbal muscle rubs or make your own, as most of these herbs are available as essential oils.

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