The History of Tiger Balm - My-Thai.org.
Lemon balm has been used for centuries as a popular oil in aromatherapy. It is said that the pure, sweet aroma of the oil promotes a feeling of relaxation and calm. Lemon balm oil is the oil that has been carefully pressed from the flowers of the lemon balm plant.
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Tiger Balm is the world's leading analgesic heat rub remedy. Made using a unique natural formula of herbal ingredients including menthol, camphor and cajeput oils which have been proven to be both safe and effective, Tiger Balm has been a trusted product since the 1870s, providing relief and comfort to generations of people. Tiger Balm Regular Strength; Tiger Balm Extra Strength; Tiger Balm.
Tiger Balm is often used for relief of a variety of types of pain, including back pain, joint painstiffness, sprains, and arthritis pain. Tiger Balm (for the skin) is a combination medicine used to relieve minor muscle or joint pain. Tiger Balm may also be used as a chest rub to soothe chest congestion and relieve cough caused by the flu or common cold. Camphor is a mild pain reliever. Menthol.
Tiger Balm is available in two versions - Tiger Balm white with a higher concentration of mint oil, and Tiger Balm red with its comforting aroma of cinnamon. As with all medicines, always read the label before applying. Tiger Balm brings relief and warmth to tired, aching muscles. Massage well into the affected areas two or three times a day.
Answer 11 of 19: A friend of mine has asked me if possible can I get her some tiger balm when we return to Candolim next year ( it's for her migranes ), I also noticed on some older posts that it is good for aches and pains. I have osteoarthritis and my OH has.