We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
A safe and reliable treatment for the symptomatic relief of muscular aches and pains, sprains, insect bites, itching etc.
Deal Tags:
More From Quality Save:

All Comments

(34) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
gormaden#21
This is the stuff I bought in Singapore and its fine - not knock out stuff but works.
1of4#22
I use this when I've pulled a muscle or something and it actually works!! Great stuff!! Bargain price!
michaelsouris 1 Like #23
aircanman
Bought some of these on ebay, paid close to full price and they were fakes, apparently big business. Keep watch!!


There are at least three variations out there:
(1) The original Tiger Balm is manufactured in Singapore by Haw Par Healthcare.
(2) Wild Tiger Balm is a poor imitation made in Thailand, an is currently being sold in Home Bargains - imported by a company in Leicestershire and packed in pairs in a blister pack, if I remember correctly.
(3) Fake Tiger Balm, inferior packaging, manufactured in China. Commonly sold on eBay.

The real thing is likely to cost you £4 to £5, as noted by others above.
stamfordblue#24
Do they use this on Tiger Bread?
martinelsen#25
Anyone know of a cheap online supplier for Tiger balm?
PrestonsAsh#26
Alinshearah
is this made from real tigers?


60% of the time.... it works everytime lmao

but on serious note, this is some good ****
rinaI#27
Its made in India, like of most of the remedy it works like magic for most of the pain. I have been using it as long as i can remember from cough/cold to aches and pains including fever. great stuff! only a few asian shop sells the original and it does cost around a fiver!! :)
mail-stephens#28
fazlulkhair

Menthol 1.84g
Camphor 4.6g
Clove Oil 0.92g
Cassia Oil 0.92g
Peppermint Oil 1.104g
NH3 Solution 0.02g
Wax & Petroleum 7.71g

I believe the difference between the genuine product (normally priced at £4 in Boots etc) and the cheaper alternatives is that the genuine product contains cinnamon. Therefore as the ingredients that fazlulkhair quoted doesn't list cinnamon as one of them, I would say this is definately the cheaper alternative.

IMO having tried the cheaper alternative before, I don't find that I get that same warming sensation and personally wouldn't use anything other then the genuine product.
polg#29
Got the stuff from Home Bargains... 69p for a 2 pack hot...
fazlulkhair#30
mail-stephens
fazlulkhair

Menthol 1.84g
Camphor 4.6g
Clove Oil 0.92g
Cassia Oil 0.92g
Peppermint Oil 1.104g
NH3 Solution 0.02g
Wax & Petroleum 7.71g


I believe the difference between the genuine product (normally priced at £4 in Boots etc) and the cheaper alternatives is that the genuine product contains cinnamon. Therefore as the ingredients that fazlulkhair quoted doesn't list cinnamon as one of them, I would say this is definately the cheaper alternative.

IMO having tried the cheaper alternative before, I don't find that I get that same warming sensation and personally wouldn't use anything other then the genuine product.


am not too sure... but maybe the one with cinnamon may not be original. I have checked wiki for ingredient.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tiger_Balm
michaelsouris#31
mail-stephens
fazlulkhair

Menthol 1.84g
Camphor 4.6g
Clove Oil 0.92g
Cassia Oil 0.92g
Peppermint Oil 1.104g
NH3 Solution 0.02g
Wax & Petroleum 7.71g


I believe the difference between the genuine product (normally priced at £4 in Boots etc) and the cheaper alternatives is that the genuine product contains cinnamon. Therefore as the ingredients that fazlulkhair quoted doesn't list cinnamon as one of them, I would say this is definately the cheaper alternative.

IMO having tried the cheaper alternative before, I don't find that I get that same warming sensation and personally wouldn't use anything other then the genuine product.


The warming sensation comes, in large part, from Cajuput oil - not present in the Wild Tiger Balm or fake Tiger Balm products.
shivsena 1 Like #32
Great to use as a lube too
fazlulkhair#33
shivsena
Great to use as a lube too

Maybe that's the way to apply for flatulence
pricetag#34
JDPower
fazlulkhair
pricetag
thats cheap, thanks op. heat added, noticed on your reciept, koka noodles 4 for£1, havent seen em at that price here since ramadan i think, i like koka, and swadee or maggi noodles, but they never on offer!!

anywayz tiger balm very good, better than vicks, traditional remedy,and works too.


I think koka noodles are at that price national. Check your local Quality Save or Home Bargain

I think the Koka ones are 28p at Home Bargains (and damn tasty they are too ;) )

dont think we got a quailty save, we got home bargains, but not seen anythere. will check next time, i know tescos have done the koka and swadee brands at 5 for £1, during ramadan month, thats wen i pik up loads and stock up.

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account