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Tiger Balm is a world famous topical pain relieving ointment. A versatile external medication, Tiger Balm provides effective relief for most symptoms of bodily aches and pains including headaches, rheumatism, arthritic pains, and muscle strains and sprains.

Tiger Balm with its unique formulation of herbal ingredients, derived from ancient Chinese sources, has been proven effective for nearly one hundred years and today used by millions of people in more than 100 countries.


Tiger Balm Red 18g Extra Strenght
USD 5.50

Camphor 11 %
Dementholised Mint Oil 16 %
Cajaput Oil 13 %
Menthol 8%
Clove Bud Oil 1.5%
Paraffin Petrolatum (base)

Tiger Balm White 18g
USD 5.50
Tiger Balm White
Tiger Balm is a most versatile pain relieving ointment. It is an external preparation for the relief of bodily aches and pains of muscle and joints due to simple backache, arthritis, strains and sprains. It is also effective in relieving headaches due to tension; itching due to mosquito bites; and flatulence.

Tiger Balm Liniment 28ml
USD 6.00
Tiger Balm Liniment
Tiger Liniment is an effective topical pain relieving liquid. It provides relief for aches and pains of muscles and joints associated with simple backaches, arthritis, bruises and strains. It is easy to apply over large body areas and is fast acting.





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What is Tea Tree Oil?

Tea tree oil is a concentrated plant oil that is distilled through a steam process from the leaves of a large myrtle tree native to Australian coastal areas known as Melaleuca alternifolia (or tea tree). The oil is used as an herbal remedy. Tea tree oil has been used in Australia for many years to treat skin infections. It holds promise today as an alternative to antibiotics that are resistant to certain bacteria; however, there is no evidence that it boosts the immune system. Tea tree oil is toxic when swallowed and it should never be taken internally. The Aborigines in Australia were the first to discover the healing properties of tea tree oil thousands of years ago. They treated cuts, burns, and skin infections by crushing the leaves of the tree in mudpacks and applying the packs to the injured skin. In the 1770s, the British explorer Captain Cook observed the native Aborigines brewing tea from the leaves and then he brewed tea of his own to give to his men to prevent scurvy. He coined the name tea tree.........More


Tea Tree articles:

Herbal medicines for treatment of fungal infections:
Traditional medicine has made use of many different plant extracts for treatment of fungal infections and some of these have been tested for in vitro antifungal activity. This systematic review evaluates antifungal herbal preparations that have been tested in controlled clinical trials.
The mechanism of action of tea tree oil and its components against Candida albicans, Candida glabrata and Saccharomyces cerevisia. Antifungal effects of Melaleuca alternifolia (tea tree) oil and its components on Candida albicans, Candida glabrata and Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Tea tree oil good for gums, not plaque - Toothpaste containing tea tree oil may help gum disease but it won't fight the plaque that causes tooth decay, a small study by Australian researchers shows.
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