Pain - Tiger Balm
Tiger Balm has been used for centuries to relieve muscular aches and pains. It is only available commercially in a petroleum and animal base. I have made my own version with natural plant based oils, no chemicals, just potent essential oils. This is quite expensive to make but does not contain Rosemary and it has an instant topical effect on muscles and joints. May also assist headache caused by neck pain. It is suitable for those with high blood pressure, whereas Comfrey balm is more subtle and can be used long term.
This comment from a happy customer "I was pain free within minutes of using it. As a fibromyalgia sufferer with prolapsed discs, and CONSTANT pain, this was rubbed onto my lower back, legs, shoulders and neck and I was VERY impressed!" Only a small amount is needed.
· All Natural
· Palm oil free
· Cruelty free
Ingredients Organic Menthol Crystals, Organic Camphor, Peppermint, Cajuput, Clove leaf, Eucalyptus, Cinnamon leaf and bark, St Johns Wort and Arnica infusion plus select essential oils and natural oils good in reducing pain, anti inflammatory and healing. Organic Olive Wax and olive emulsifier, Vit E.
20g glass jar
60g Glass jar (pictured)
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NO chemicals, NO animal products, No detergents. All NATURAL guaranteed!_________________________________________________________
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