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Tiger Balm Red (warm & comfort) - 12 x 19.4g
Tiger Balm Red (warm & comfort) - 12 x 19.4g
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Tiger Balm Red (warm & comfort)
(12 x 19.4g)

- Tiger Balm works whenever it hurts
- Net wt: 19.4 g
- Product of Singapore
- It relieves insect bites, itchiness, headaches, sprains, flatulence, muscular aches and pains
Product Code: A10931

Yum Price: US$42.68
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Product Description

- Tiger Balm Red is a warm, comforting remedy that is most effective for relieving muscular aches and pains. But it is also versatile enough to relieve insect bites, itchiness, headaches, sprains, flatulence.
- Just rub the ointment onto your skin, and its pain relieving properties will work quickly to reduce aches, swelling, and other discomfort that irritates the body.

- Store in a cool and dry place.
- For External Use Only.
- Keep out of reach of children.

Menthol - 10.0%
Cajuput Oil - 7.0%
Camphor - 25.0%
Cassia Oil - 5.0%
Clove Oil - 5.0%
Dementholised Mint Oil - 6.0%
Paraffin & Petrolatum - q.s.

Active Ingredient - Actions and Traditional Use:
Camphor - Has a strong penetrating, fragrant odor. Acts as a rubefacient and numbs the peripheral nerves. Traditional use in rheumatism and sprains.
Cajuput Oil - Has an aroma similar to camphor, rosemary and cardamom. Acts as a stimulant to produce a sensation of warmth. Traditional use in rheumatism.
Clove Bud Oil - Highly aromatic. Acts as an irritant and a local anesthetic. Used to assist the action of other ingredients.
Mint Oil and Menthol - Menthol is the active ingredient of mint oil. Has a local anesthetic action. Traditional use in rheumatism.

Company Profile:
Tiger Balm, “the legend in a bottle”, is a topical rubefacient with a fascinating history. A Chinese herbalist living in Rangoon developed a balm made from essential oils using an ancient formulation originally developed for Chinese emperors. He sold it from his Rangoon medicine shop and after his death one of his two sons began selling the product in Malaysia and Singapore. As a symbol of the potency of the balm, he would travel with a tiger – the symbol of strength and vitality in the East. During the 1920’s, his sons established a manufacturing base in Singapore and named the product Tiger Balm. Today, Tiger Balm is sold in more than 100 countries and used by millions.