Tiger Balm

Tiger balm is a remarkable ointment that I have personally tested and truly works. It is fast acting remedy that smooths away most of the physical effects of stress such as bodily discomforts, aches and pains.





History

The time of Tiger balm belies its humble origins. It is made of a secret herbal formulation that dates back to the times of the Chinese emperors. The Aw brothers, Aw Boon Haw and Aw Boon Par inherited the formulation from their herbalist father who left China. They called it Tiger balm after Boon Haw (whose name in Chinese means tiger) who was instrumental in devising the remarkable selling strategies that made Tiger balm a household name all over Asia. Today Tiger balm is trusted and used by millions of people over 75 countries.

Indications

Effective in relieving headaches, stuffy nose, insect bites, itchiness, muscular aches and pains, sprains and flatulence.

General Directions

Tiger balm should be applied gently on the affected areas.

My directions for headaches

Apply thin film on the temples and on GB20.

My directions for stuffy nose

Apply a thin film in each nostril and on each sinus.

Caution

For external use only.

Keep out of the reach of the children. Use only as directed and do not use on children under 3 years. For pregnant or nursing women and children less than 12 years, seek medical opinion before use. Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membranes and broken skin. May cause an allergic reaction on sensitive skin; test on small area before use. If severe reaction occurs, discontinue use immediately and consult a physician. Tiger balm red may stain cloth items.

Store It

Store in cool and dry places

Enjoy It!



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