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    #46
    Originally posted by Humanzee View Post
    Lower back, fronts of the shin, the soft spots between thumb and index finger, the indentation underneath the nose, and sometimes because I'm a sick bastard, I'll actually eat some.
    Ever thought that might be the reason why you may have an indigestion in the first place? <3

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      #47
      Originally posted by Humanzee View Post
      Lower back, fronts of the shin, the soft spots between thumb and index finger, the indentation underneath the nose, and sometimes because I'm a sick bastard, I'll actually eat some.
      LOLZ.
      You abuse tiger balm worse than a guy I used to play rugby with.
      He'd put a big wad of it on his forehead, above his sweatband. Then in the scrum, he'd get a thumbfull and wipe it on an opponents face, preferably around the eyes. Hilarity would ensue. Unless you were the guy with tiger balm in his eyes, of course.

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        #48
        Originally posted by Iga Ninjer View Post
        Ever thought that might be the reason why you may have an indigestion in the first place? <3
        The thought crossed my mind, but then I figured, nah...

        Originally posted by sochin101
        LOLZ.
        You abuse tiger balm worse than a guy I used to play rugby with.
        He'd put a big wad of it on his forehead, above his sweatband. Then in the scrum, he'd get a thumbfull and wipe it on an opponents face, preferably around the eyes. Hilarity would ensue. Unless you were the guy with tiger balm in his eyes, of course.
        You give me ideas for grappling.
        If you want to see me try that out this November, live on web cam, PM me :)

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          #49
          Tiger Balm Use

          Originally posted by honest_truth View Post
          i just got one, but under a different brand name. however not sure if mine is considered to be too weak to help, i started using them on my shins after getting sidelined from bruises for a week and the having sensitive shins again.

          10% menthol
          25% camphor
          5% clove oil
          5% cassia oil
          6% peppermint oil
          7% cajuput oil
          0.1% NH-solution
          41.9% wax and petroleum

          Is this considered weak, strong or normal ?
          i did apply it and then rub rub rub, but didnt feel a burn :(
          (except bruises and bumps hurting like a mother****er)

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            #50
            Originally posted by hienthaoshop View Post
            The balm is to be introduced in any case in the nose.
            Sweet, brb snorting Tiger Balm.

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