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Directions for use: Apply a sufficient amount of product to the affected area. Perform a light massage to let the product penetrate.
Precautions: Do not apply to mucous membranes, eyes or irritated skin. External application only. Contraindicated for pregnant or breastfeeding women, as well as for children under seven years of age
Tiger balm is an ointment from the Chinese pharmacopoeia. It was developed in the 1870s by herbalist Aw Chu kin in Rangoon, Burma, and then improved and marketed in Singapore by his sons Aw Boon Par and Am Boon Par. Since 1926, it has been manufactured in Singapore and Thailand and distributed by Haw Par Healthcare.
Tiger balm exists in two varieties:
red tiger balm - contains cinnamon tree essential oil used for muscle and joint pain and contractures. It is this essential oil that gives the balm its red colour;
white tiger balm - used for headaches, nasal congestion, insect bites.
Available in several types of products; ointment, lotion, cream, patches and spray.
Tiger balm has been recognized as safe and respects contraindications, and according to French case law, it cannot be confused with a drug. To recognize a real tiger balm is therefore to check the address of the distributor.
Tiger balm can be used in the following cases:
Muscle and joint pain;
migraines and headaches of mild to moderate intensity
cough: to clear the airways, applied to the chest and back.
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