Banna 100% Original Tiger Herbal Balm for Arthritis & Back Pain Relief, 3 pcs x 50 g

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Thailand, Banna

0.45 kg



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

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Famous Thai tiger balm Thai Tiger Balm Banna contains more than 100 different components of medicinal plants native to the mountain forests of Thailand. It has a warming effect. It is used to relieve pain, swelling and inflammation in the joints, pain relief for lumbago, sciatica, gout. Accelerates the merging of bone fractures. Is used to relieve the pain of injuries (bumps, sprains, strains, etc.), is used to warm up muscles before exercise. Accelerates the resorption of hematomas. The balm quickly relieves irritation after insect bites. Used for inhalation, rubbing the chest and back for colds and cough. Tiger balm is widely used for grinding extremities with numbness and paralysis.

Application: 2-3 times a day apply to a clean surface and massage until completely absorbed.

Contraindications: Hypersensitivity, idiosyncrasy.

Balm should not be applied to damaged skin and wounds.

Avoid contact with eyes and mucous membranes. For external use only.

Set: 3 pcs x 50 g

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Banna 100% Original Tiger Herbal Balm for Arthritis & Back Pain Relief, 3 pcs x 50 g

Banna 100% Original Tiger Herbal Balm for Arthritis & Back Pain Relief, 3 pcs x 50 g

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

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