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    Do you guys use tiger balm often ?

    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)

    #2
    Back when I was in TKD I used Ultra Strength Bengay which has 10% menthol as its active ingredient, not sure how much Tiger Balm has but Ben works well.

    EDIT: When I used Bengay I didn't feel a burn but a warm feeling. The only product I've used that really burns are the IcyHot patches.

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      #3
      Tiger Balm Rocks.
      I have Tiger Balm White and Tiger Balm Red.
      Its good for muscle aches but surprisingly good on the temples when one has a headache. I think i have monkey balm from thailand too and it works the same.

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        #4
        I prefer that Muay Thai boxing oil.

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          #5
          Originally posted by hijiri View Post
          Tiger Balm Rocks.
          I have Tiger Balm White and Tiger Balm Red.
          Its good for muscle aches but surprisingly good on the temples when one has a headache. I think i have monkey balm from thailand too and it works the same.
          is there a noticeable difference between white and red ?
          mine is white, but from what i read on wiki, the formula is nearly identical to red, which is better ?

          Originally posted by NJM View Post
          I prefer that Muay Thai boxing oil.
          link ?
          price ?
          better than TB ?

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            #6
            try rubbing it on your wiener

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              #7
              Originally posted by white_kimbo View Post
              try rubbing it on your wiener

              I tried that once, 2/10 would not try again

              All the weird oils and wax messed with the flavor of the mustard, reducing my otherwise delectable pseudosausage, comprised of fifteen percent chicken and eighty five percent assorted small mammal, into a barely edible mess.

              Wait, did you mean on the penis? Yeah, I tried that too. Felt fucking fabulous, like I was a new man. You guys should try it too!

              As for bruises and martial arts soreness, I just used some generic sportscreme. Worked well enough, though I would have preferred something better.

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                #8
                I use it and I love it. No matter how much it stings.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by ironcastknight View Post
                  Wait, did you mean on the penis? Yeah, I tried that too. Felt fucking fabulous, like I was a new man. You guys should try it too!
                  really, fabulous you say ?
                  this takes rub rub rub to a whole new level.
                  will try sometime soon before shower and post back my review.

                  Originally posted by Sirc View Post
                  I use it and I love it. No matter how much it stings.
                  my problem is, it doesnt sting enough, thus i fear, less useful
                  i am from the tards who believe no pain = no gain.

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                    #10
                    No, it's just enough. It's great for rubbing out muscle knots, bruises and welts. It works really well.

                    I like a combination of Icy Hot and Tiger Balm after any kind of training. The Tiger Balm really deadens the nerves and relaxes my muscles enough to let me work them out.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Sirc View Post
                      No, it's just enough. It's great for rubbing out muscle knots, bruises and welts. It works really well.

                      I like a combination of Icy Hot and Tiger Balm after any kind of training. The Tiger Balm really deadens the nerves and relaxes my muscles enough to let me work them out.
                      note taken, will apply some before as well and see how it works out for me, thanks for the icy hot tip

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                        #12
                        The red Tiger balm works better in my opinion than the White.

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                          #13
                          Originally posted by honest_truth View Post
                          is there a noticeable difference between white and red ?
                          mine is white, but from what i read on wiki, the formula is nearly identical to red, which is better ?


                          link ?
                          price ?
                          better than TB ?
                          this seems to be the most popular brand http://www.muaythaiart.com/Balm_and_Oil_1932.html

                          But the kind we use is in a large glass bottle and may be a different brand.

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                            #14
                            red tiger balm works great on my knees and hamstring.

                            but, when i put it on my wiener, it doesn't tingle as much as the white balm.

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                              #15
                              Originally posted by white_kimbo View Post
                              try rubbing it on your wiener
                              It would seem some Texan took your advice "accidentally" - today, on textsfromlastnight.com, I saw this:

                              (512): just accidentally masturbated with tiger balm. best. accident. ever. (http://textsfromlastnight.com/view/50457)

                              Nice goin', w_k. Your Jedi mind powers apparently work across state lines. ; )

                              -Sazzy

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