Tiger balm yellow
Thai tiger balsam (or tiger ointment), “legend in a jar” is a local irritant based on herbal ingredients. The active ingredients are camphor, menthol, cajaput oil, peppermint oil and clove oil in certain proportions.
Yellow Tiger Balm has a pronounced warming effect and is used for rubbing muscles and joints. Yellow balm is somewhat softer, weaker than red Thai tiger balm.
Glass jar with lid, net weight 100 grams, gross weight 280 grams. Made in Thailand.
Yellow tiger balm is used:
- with muscle pain of any origin (radiculitis, bruises, myalgia, pain associated with muscle strain);
- with massage to enhance the therapeutic effect, especially with osteochondrosis;
- with bruises, sprains, ligament ruptures;
- with headache;
- for colds, runny nose, for inhalation.
Mode of application:
Thai tiger balm is applied externally with a thin layer on painful areas and rubbed in 2-4 times a day. For osteochondrosis, it is recommended to use a yellow balm during the massage. For headache, apply a small amount of yellow tiger balm to the temples and back of the head. For colds, yellow balm is used as a rub for the chest; during a cold, it can be gently applied to the wings of the nose. Inhalation with the addition of yellow tiger ointment is possible.
Avoid contact with eyes, mucous membranes and damaged skin.