Best Way To Use Tiger Balm

If there is one self help product you MUST have, it is Tiger Balm.

You may know that it is good for muscular aches and pains from sports, overwork, etc. It can be used for MUCH more than that though - if you know how.

Most people think the only way to use it is as per the manufacturer's directions, i.e. use your fingers to rub it in over the sore spots.

That way works but the best way - that probably only practitioners of traditional Chinese acupuncture know - is to use the edge of the lid to massage it in.

Using the smooth, rounded edge of the metal lid is the absolute best way to use Tiger Balm! I have been using Tiger Balm this way on myself and others for many years. And not only for sore muscles!

Using the edge of the lid to apply Tiger Balm has a far deeper effect than just using your fingers. It may sound painful but you can easily control the amount of pressure you use. And, as mentioned, the lid has a smooth, rounded edge.

To see what Tiger Balm and the lid looks like see number 3 on my list of recommended self help tools.

Here is my offer to you:

Get yourself some Tiger Balm NOW then contact me to find out exactly how, when and where to use it as described above.

Also, if you have been doing any of my health and exercise programs, such as the Headache or Cold Program, I will show you how applying Tiger Balm to precise body areas will make your program even more effective.

For how to get a jar of Tiger Balm see number 3 on my list of self help tools.

All the best,


About the Author

Matthew Scott is a professionally trained Chinese medicine practitioner from Australia. In 2000, after ten years in professional practice, Matthew went to China to further his studies for a few months. He’s been there ever since, immersed in the culture, raising a family and showing people worldwide the Chinese way of health.

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