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INDICATIONS:Tiger balm liniment penetrating pain relief liquid
Tiger Liniment is a liquid version of Tiger Balm useful for relieving muscular aches and pains, soothing tired muscles, increasing circulation in arthritic joints, warming up muscles before exercise and easing soreness after working out. Natural Tiger Liniment provides penetrating pain relief. Tiger Liniment's concentrated formulation penetrates quickly and provides effective temporary relief. It provides temporary relief for aches and pains of muscles and joints due to simple backaches, arthritis, strains and bruises and sprains.
WHAT IS TIGER BALM?
Tiger Balm pain relieving ointment is used by millions of people around the world (over 80 countries) to soothe aches and pains due to overexertion and arthritis. Tiger Balm Regular Strength was originally formulated for an Asian emperor over a 100 years ago.
WHAT IS TIGER BALM USED FOR?
Tiger Balm provides fast and effective relief for
- Strained Muscles
- Back Aches
- Sore Shoulders
- Tired and Cramped Legs
WHAT MAKES TIGER BALM UNIQUE?
In addition to the menthol and camphor, Tiger Balm's ancient Chinese formula contains cajuput, clove, cassia and peppermint oil. This blend of natural ingredients is the rave of all who use it.
HOW DOES TIGER BALM WORK?
Tiger Balm Regular Strength helps increase blood circulation of the injured areas and sore muscles; this helps carry away lactic acid (the main cause of sore muscles). Tiger Balm also has an anesthetic effect which helps numb pain.
- Use Tiger Liniment and rub well on affected are.
- Repeat 3-4 times daily.
- For children under 2, consult a physician.
- Do not apply tiger balm to open wounds or damaged skin.
- Do not wrap or cover with bandage.
- Pregnant women should consult their physician.
California’s Proposition 65 Warning: May This item contains chemicals known to cause cancer, birth defects, or other reproductive harm. Reference by California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) at: www.oehha.ca.gov/prop65/prop65_list/Newlist.html.