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Tiger Balm Tins 2 pack for 69p at Home Bargains

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Tiger Balm Tins 2 pack for 69p at Home Bargains In Bury - two in a pack - 69p *Picture not actual product - just for an idea of product* Perfect for aches and pains - my OH uses half a…
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Tiger Balm Tins 2 pack for 69p at Home Bargains

In Bury - two in a pack - 69p

*Picture not actual product - just for an idea of product*

Perfect for aches and pains - my OH uses half a tin a week after football !
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#1
This will get hot!! 8)
#2
Amazing. I know all about Tiger Balm and its history, and have even been to the Tiger Balm Gardens where it was created, but I've never used it nor seen it for sale in UK shops. So what's it like and how effective is it?
2 Likes #3
Just be sure to scrub your hands thoroughly after use before touching any sensitive body parts. I speak from experience.

Edited By: schwalbe on Jan 21, 2011 13:11
#4
great for ski'ing or riding :-)
#5
schwalbe
I speak from experience.


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*LIKE*

:-)
#6
Not good for a pulled groin!
#7
what's it like
#8
spock1958
Amazing. I know all about Tiger Balm and its history, and have even been to the Tiger Balm Gardens where it was created, but I've never used it nor seen it for sale in UK shops. So what's it like and how effective is it?

This cures everything (_;)
#9
Is it like Ralgex?
1 Like #10
The missus and I use this as lubricant. Great sensation.
#11
Sure, better than KY.
#12
Magurdrac
The missus and I use this as lubricant. Great sensation.

ouch!!!!! lol
#13
ROAR!
#14
Wrong picture - this is Wild Tiger Balm, made in China, not the true Tiger Balm from Thailand / Singapore.
Not as strong or as good a product, IMHO.
4 Likes #15
Why don't they sell Bak Fa Yau in the UK.

Great product if you have insect bites or itchy skin and much stronger than the stuff you get from the UK.

We bring over several bottles every time we come back to the UK from HK.http://i50.tinypic.com/2ihntxu.jpg



Edited By: Speculator on Jan 21, 2011 15:51: .
1 Like #16
Wrong picture on the original post. This is Wild Tiger Balm, not the true Tiger Balm. Made in China and not Thailand / Singapore like the original. Not as strong or as effective IMHO.
2 Likes #17
Also, MOPIKO is very good for bites/itchy skin. I use the red version which is stronger I think.http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/41EJgXOaQCL._AA300_.jpg

Edited By: Speculator on Jan 21, 2011 15:45
#18
Just a heads up, dont use Tiger Balm if you are pregnant, i remember reading a article in a paper many moons ago about how it can affect the unborn baby. Although this stuff isnt as strong as the original, i would still be wary.
#19
michaelsouris
Wrong picture on the original post. This is Wild Tiger Balm, not the true Tiger Balm. Made in China and not Thailand / Singapore like the original. Not as strong or as effective IMHO.


so true. crappy inferior product - I made mistake of getting it on ebay, won't get fooled again
#20
Cold. Not the original stuff.
#21
is it made from real tigers?....(course i know its not,derrrr)
1 Like #22
Speculator
Why don't they sell Bak Fa Yau in the UK.

Great product if you have insect bites or itchy skin and much stronger than the stuff you get from the UK.

We bring over several bottles every time we come back to the UK from HK.http://i50.tinypic.com/2ihntxu.jpg




where have u been? where do u live in the uk?
Try any chinese supermarkets in china town london, manchester, birmingam even leeds got these white flower oil and mopiko!
#23
All the old folks smell of that stuff.

mikeswrx02
Speculator
Why don't they sell Bak Fa Yau in the UK.

Great product if you have insect bites or itchy skin and much stronger than the stuff you get from the UK.

We bring over several bottles every time we come back to the UK from HK.http://i50.tinypic.com/2ihntxu.jpg




where have u been? where do u live in the uk?
Try any chinese supermarkets in china town london, manchester, birmingam even leeds got these white flower oil and mopiko!
#24
michaelsouris
Wrong picture - this is Wild Tiger Balm, made in China, not the true Tiger Balm from Thailand / Singapore.
Not as strong or as good a product, IMHO.


the picture was the only one i could find - sorry - didn't realise there was more than one type oO
#25
mikeswrx02
Speculator
Why don't they sell Bak Fa Yau in the UK.Great product if you have insect bites or itchy skin and much stronger than the stuff you get from the UK.We bring over several bottles every time we come back to the UK from HK.http://i50.tinypic.com/2ihntxu.jpg
where have u been? where do u live in the uk?Try any chinese supermarkets in china town london, manchester, birmingam even leeds got these white flower oil and mopiko!


I know they sell it in Chinatown and Chinese supermarkets of course. What I meant was, why don't they sell it in Boots or Tesco like Tiger Balm.
#26
spock1958
Amazing. I know all about Tiger Balm and its history, and have even been to the Tiger Balm Gardens where it was created, but I've never used it nor seen it for sale in UK shops. So what's it like and how effective is it?

Classic.
#27
Speculator
Why don't they sell Bak Fa Yau in the UK.

Great product if you have insect bites or itchy skin and much stronger than the stuff you get from the UK.

We bring over several bottles every time we come back to the UK from HK.http://i50.tinypic.com/2ihntxu.jpg




Because most of us have good skin and don't get insect bites. That's why it's not a big market in the UK

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