Wangphrom Green Thai Balm 50g
- Muscle and joint pain
- Stuffy nose
- Insect bites
The Wangprom Thai Green Balm is known to Western countries as tiger balm green. If you ever have a chance to go on vacation to Thailand and get a Thai Massage, there is a 98% chance that this balm is used on you. Wangprom is the leader of spa balms. It has many applications and can be used at home and from massage professionals too. It is this version capable of providing a feeling of freshness for total well-being. The Green Balm gives off soothing exotic scents thanks to its main ingredients, particularly the Barlery Lupulina Lindl shrub. Thanks to the formula of the balm, you can use it to soothe the following conditions:
- Stuffy nose
- Insect bites
- Body pain
Wang Prom Green Balm also has undeniable virtues. It is powerful enough to be of great help to those who need it. Applied, this green balm will free you from muscle aches and sprains, help you to calm the inflammation of insect bites, get rid of all unpleasant itching, reduce pain and fatigue.
As soon as it is administered, Wangphrom Green Balm gently inserts itself into the tissues and warms them. It can also help to quickly remove bruises and prevent new ones. It relieves convulsions and muscle tension and calms the skin after a fairly deep tan.
Green Thai Balm can be used by athletes who are under great physical strain or those who engage in sports with a high risk of injury.
How does Wangprom Thai Green Balm work?
Herbal researchers have studied the properties of Barleria Lupulina and found that it has been used for hundreds of years in herbal medicine. In southeast Asia, the juice from the leaves of the plant was used to stop bleeding caused by cuts.
The anti-inflammatory properties were used to treat snake bites, herpes, and insect bites.
On the other hand, the balm takes advantage of the analgesic power of Menthol to treat minor muscle pains, sprains, and headaches. It is also used due to its aroma, which provides a cooling, refreshing effect.
- 45% Petroleum Jelly
- 24% Barleria Lupulina
- 15% Paraffin
- 8% Menthol
- 5% Pogostemon Caslin
- 3% Camphor
- For insect bites: Apply directly onto the bite. The balm will release the poison immediately, thus stopping the itchiness in just a second.
- For nasal congestion: Put a small amount under each nostril.
- For headaches: Rub your temples using circular, gentle motions.
- For vertigo and dizziness: The inhalation of the balm will provide relief from those symptoms.
- For muscle pain: Massage the affected area. The balm, while penetrating the skin, reaches the tissues, and the healing process will begin.
For severe muscle discomfort, masseurs prefer to use a stronger and more powerful Wangphrom Yellow Thai Balm.
Apply externally only.
1 Jar contains 50g of Green Balm from Wangphrom