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12 Uses for Tiger Balm Whilst Traveling

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This article gives 12 uses for tiger balm whilst traveling.

There are two types of tiger balm. White and red. I like red because it is stronger, but white does the trick for most things on this list also.

Be careful not to touch any sensitive body areas after touching tiger balm. Handle it like its chili, because it will have the same effect.

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12 Uses for Tiger Balm Whilst Traveling

Here is my list of 12 uses for tiger balm whilst traveling in alphabetical order.

1. Alleviate Headaches.
Put a little tiger balm on both your temples.

2. Bad Stomach Cure. Whether you have the runs, constipation, or a stomach ache, you can rub some tiger balm on it and let the heat do its magic.

3. Clear Congestion. Whether you have a blocked nose, allergies or other congestion rubbing some tiger balm on your chest (like vapour rub) can help to open your sinuses.

4. Get Rid of Corns. Put some tiger balm on your corn (or callus) three times a day.

5. Cure a Sore Throat. Put some tiger balm on your neck when you feel a sore throat coming on. This works best if you catch it early and do it before sleeping.

6. Insect Repellent. It soothes the bites and will keep the bugs away in the first place. Nothing better than prevention.

7. Pain Killer. Apply directly to sore muscles and bones.

8. Prevent Motion Sickness. Take a big whiff of it every now and again whilst traveling.

9. Prevent Odors. Tiger balm has a strong scent so if you prefer that over any other smell, use it to overpower. A good example would be to leave and open container in your shoes.

10. Remove Ink. If you have ink or paint stains on your skin cover them in tiger balm and wait a couple of minutes. You will be able to pull them off easily. This also works with sticker residue.

11. Soothe Bug Bites. This is the thing I use tiger balm for most often, mosquito bites.

12. Soothe Minor Burns. Applying some tiger balm to a mild burn will help with the pain and lessen the chances of blisters.

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