The most comprehensive and powerful tiger balm you can find anywhere…
I could bore you with a long monologue about all the pain and suffering associated with muscle and joint problems but only you know how your body feels, where it is sore and how much your aches and pains limit your movement, lifestyle and quality of life.
And I could try to trick you into buying this product with numerous made up miracle testimonials.
BUT – the ingredient list below should speak for itself and the scientific bibliography should give you all the evidence you need to understand that this is a great product that could offer you significant pain relief and functional improvement.
We did our research about which essential oils are most famous for relieving aches and pains and have selected the purest and highest quality ingredient list to produce a synergistic healing formula. Clove Bud, Wintergreen, Eucalyptus, Peppermint, Tea Tree, Frankincense & Myrhh. Adding Beeswax, Coconut Oil and Emu Oil maximises your results with the minimum serving to massage into your body’s sore points.
The best tiger balm for the best possible price…
Clove Bud Essential Oil (Eugenol)
Clove Bud Essential Oil, also known as Clove Essential Oil, is renowned for its anti-inflammatory and antiseptic benefits, due to its dominating ingredient, Eugenol.
Botanical Name: Eugenia Caryophyllata; Plant part: Flowering top/bud; Method of extraction: Steam distillation.
Eucalyptus Blue Gum Essential Oil
The benefits of Eucalyptus Blue Gum Essential Oil are extensive; in fact, this 100% Pure Eucalyptus Blue Gum Essential Oil is 80/85 grade, meaning it contains the highest available percentage of 1,8-Cineole content. Eucalyptus Essential Oil topical uses have been known to ease muscle and joint aches and pains, and improve poor circulation. Through topical application, Eucalyptus Blue Gum Essential Oil has also been used to treat symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis and nerve pain.
Botanical name: Eucalyptus Globulus; Other Names: Eucalyptus 80/85 Essential Oil, Eucalyptus Globulus Essential Oil; Plant part: Leaves/stem; Method of extraction: Steam distillation.
Frankincense Olibanum Essential Oil
Various Frankincense Essential Oil benefits are known to calm and comfort those who are feeling anxious, stressed, or nervous.
Botanical Name: Boswellia carterii; Other Names: Frankincense Carterii Essential Oil; Plant Part: Resin; Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation.
Myrrh Essential Oil
Myrrh Essential Oil is known to encourage relaxation and feelings of wellbeing. It is also commonly used as a natural anti-depressant.
Botanical Name: Commiphora myrrha; Plant Part: Resin; Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation.
Peppermint Essential Oil (Mentha Arvensis)
It’s most commonly used to help alleviate headaches, migraines, hay fever, sinus congestion and cold and flu symptoms, and it can also help soothe temper and assist with battling emotional fatigue.
Plant Part: Herb; Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation.
Tea Tree Essential Oil
Tea Tree Essential Oil is commonly used in personal care products such as lotions, creams, gels, washes, shampoos and various cosmetic products to help heal wounds and ease inflammation.
Botanical Name: Melaleuca alternifolia; Plant Part: Leaves and twigs; Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation.
Wintergreen Essential Oil (Methyl Salicylate)
Wintergreen oil’s has a great reputation as a warming analgesic, effective in treating rheumatic and arthritic pain. It can help to cool and soothe skin irritation and swelling, and is known to boost blood circulation and improve digestion. Wintergreen Essential Oil is also traditionally used to treat colds, flu, fevers and infections, and for lifting levels of alertness and concentration.
Botanical Name: Gaultheria procumbens; Plant Part: Leaves; Method of Extraction: Steam Distillation.
Beeswax White (Refined)
The refined Beeswax is all-natural and pure and is secreted by the glands of the honeybee (Apis Mellifera) and is used by the bees to build their honeycombs. Due to its highly complex composition and its soft, pliable nature, beeswax remains an indispensable raw material as a thickener or emulsifying agent for many cosmetic products like creams, lotions, body butters, etc.
We use the Beeswax to harden all the essential oils into the perfect balm for soothing all your sore muscles and joints.
Grade: Pharmaceutical grade - Complies with BP (British Pharmacopoeia).
Pure Emu Oil
Pure Emu Oil has been around for thousands of years, but it is only recently that modern day science has proven what Australia’s indigenous people have known for a long time, it is an excellent natural anti-inflammatory. The oil we use is from a particular sub species of Emu which has been scientifically proven to have greater levels of Biological activity. The benefits of Pure Emu Oil are largely due to its potent anti-inflammatory properties and superior penetration. This means that the oil of emu can penetrate deeply into your body and in fact, go through the outer layer of watertight skin (stratum corneum barrier).
We add Emu Oil to assist all the active ingredients in our Super Balm to penetrate as deeply as possible into your body.
We use the best available Coconut Oil to assist the Super Balm to spread when applied and is obviously great for your skin also.
Eugenol and Its Role in Chronic Diseases
An Overview on the Anti-inflammatory Potential and Antioxidant Profile of Eugenol
Eugenol: a natural compound with versatile pharmacological actions
Peppermint oil in the acute treatment of tension-type headache
Biological, medicinal and toxicological significance of Eucalyptus leaf essential oil: a review
Anti-Fatigue, Antioxidation, and Anti-Inflammatory Effects of Eucalyptus Oil Aromatherapy in Swimming-Exercised Rats
Analgesic effects of eucalyptus essential oil in mice
Analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects of essential oils of Eucalyptus
Boswellia serrata, a potential antiinflammatory agent: an overview
The Effects of Frankincense Essential Oil on Stress in Rats
Effects of aroma hand massage on pain, state anxiety and depression in hospice patients with terminal cancer
Chemistry and immunomodulatory activity of frankincense oil
Management of muscular dystrophy during osteoarthritis disorder: A topical phytotherapeutic treatment protocol
Myrrh: medical marvel or myth of the Magi?
Bioactive constituents of myrrh and frankincense, two simultaneously prescribed gum resins in chinese traditional medicine
Analgesic effects of myrrh
Enhancement of Curcumin Anti-Inflammatory Effect via Formulation into Myrrh Oil-Based Nanoemulgel
Corrigendum: Frankincense and myrrh suppress inflammation via regulation of the metabolic profiling and the MAPK signaling pathway
Melaleuca alternifolia (Tea Tree) oil: a review of antimicrobial and other medicinal properties
Tea tree oil reduces histamine-induced skin inflammation
Emu oil based nano-emulgel for topical delivery of curcumin
Review on emu products for use as complementary and alternative medicine
Emu oil(s): a source of non-toxic transdermal anti-inflammatory agents in aboriginal medicine
Effects of topical emu oil on wound healing in scalded rats
Randomized phase II placebo-controlled study to evaluate the efficacy of topical pure emu oil for joint pain related to adjuvant aromatase inhibitor use in postmenopausal women with early breast cancer: JUST (Joints Under Study)
Anti-Inflammatory and Skin Barrier Repair Effects of Topical Application of Some Plant Oils