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Tiger Balm Pain Relieving Ointment, Non-Staining, Ultra Strength, 0.63 Ounces (Pack of 2)
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For an entire month, I had nonstop ocular and tension migraines, around the clock. I'd wake up with it, go to bed with it, and it became so unbearable I couldn't eat or sleep adequately. I could only conserve my ability to stare at a computer screen during work times, so I couldn't do anything after work--no tv, no yoga, no dinner with friends, no gym, no sports, no walks, no cooking, no museums, no outlets for stress and my life was paralyzed due to the migraines.
One neurologist, one psychiatrist, and one MRI later, I had prescriptions of Zoloft and tramadol, which didn't completely get rid of the migraine, but filtered it enough to get through the day, yet at the end of the medication's life, I'd have nausea, vertigo, my lack of desire for food was even worse, and the insomnia grew---so my life was still on hold as a result of migraines. I stopped completely with prescriptions.
What has worked is a hot bath or shower with a head/temple massage in peppermint/eucalyptus oil, followed by careful application of Tiger balm ultra (not the normal or red, it has to be ultra) rubbed carefully on the temples, tension spots at pulse areas on head, neck and shoulders, a hot cup of tea, plus over the counter Excedrin Migraine.
Tiger Balm ultra at the early onset of a migraine stops it altogether. Tiger Balm Ultra during the roughest part of a migraine attack has made it bearable.
The only issue is it is really, really strong and burns! So be careful!
It's also super smelly and unpleasant to some people, so you may get annoyed sniffles in packed elevators and when you take public transportation with eau de Tiger Balm ultra.
The stuff sticks well ans will not sweat off as easily as others. Just wash your hands VERY well - or you'll regret it later when rugging your eyes or going to the bathroom.
It did not work at all. The product did not even look like the picture the seller is showing. I would not buy from this vender again.
Enter Tiger Balm. This stuff is seriously a miracle cure. Unlike Icy Hot and other similar products like bengay and such, it doesn't smell bad. It does have a scent, but it's minty and pleasant and not at all artificial or medicine-like, and it's not as strong as those others. Partly because of that, and also because it's pretty much just menthol, I don't feel like I need to wash my hands every time I use it. I just wipe it off and that's that. I've even gotten some in my mouth by biting my nails before and it's not terrible. Just kinda feels like I have a cough drop or two in there.
It also doesn't contain methyl salicylate like Icy Hot does. This is the chemical that is solely responsible for the extremely rare cases where somebody overdoses from a topical pain relief cream. Now, like I said, it's extremely rare and not a concern for most people. However, as someone who has anxiety that is often tied to my health, I really appreciate not even having to worry about it, especially considering I use this every day. And honestly, I don't see the point of methyl salicylate.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I was getting a chest cold and I put a little bit under my nose and on my chest and in the morning I felt clear as a bell I don't know if that stuff was designed for that but it... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Works deep into the aches and pains. I can't live without. Just be careful not to get it in your eyes or put it on your skin after a shower when your skin pores are more open. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lori