Tiger balm


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Tiger balm

n
(Pharmacology) trademark a mentholated ointment widely used as a panacea
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Horse Balm, from Poland ("Like Tiger Balm except green, toxic looking and amazing
sg HEAD TO THE TIGER BALM GARDEN IF wacky floats your boat, the Tiger Balm Garden, also known as Haw Par Villa gardens, is a must-see.
She then followed up with Tiger Balm around my shoulder blades to soothe the sore muscles.
The initiative is supported by the 25th ID as part of the Tiger Balm Command Post Exercise at Schofield Barracks, Oahu, Hawaii, and is also an Army Warfighting Assessment 17 excursion coordinated with the Brigade Modernization Command, Fort Bliss, Texas.
the sole licensed US distributor for all Tiger Balm products--Tiger's brand image is bold and strong, making it an ideal fit for extreme sports athletes such as Adams who take their bodies to the limit with daring and bold high-impact stunts that can cause sore muscles, strains and sprains.
The race is being organised jointly by the painkilling ointment Tiger Balm and the foundation.
Annea Lockwood's Tiger Balm (1970) is an impressive example of musique concrete--or, in the composer's words, a "sound ritual"--made out of recorded sounds of low-flying airplanes, gamelan, sighs, and a purring tiger.
The well known Tiger balm gave some relief but for more than a decade, it has not been that effective.
Capsaicin, ibuprofen (Advil, Aleve, Nuprin, Mediprin), Tylenol (Extra-Strength or Arthritis-strength), and topical salves like Tiger Balm, Ben Gay, or Mobisyl could also be considered.
The following retail products are promoted used and sold at our salon: Redken, Grund, Bioelements, Mirabella, OPI, Hempz, Biofreeze and Tiger Balm.
It includes advice about diet; rest and relaxation; physical and mental exercise; using moderation; and applying tiger balm.
The second war-era example examines the Tiger Balm empire of Aw Boon-hwa.