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Tiger Balm Medication
Tiger Balm: Rarely, severe allergic reactions can occur at the application site. Symptoms of an allergic reaction to tiger balm include rashes, hives, itching, difficulty breathing and chest tightness. Do not use tiger balm if you have ever had an allergic reaction to products containing menthol or camphor. Your pains will resolve if tiger balm works. ...Read more
Tiger balm every day?: Yes, is ok.Get a more detailed answer ›
I applied tiger balm ointment on my forehead and now there is a black patch on my forehead, what's going on?
Why?: Why did you apply this to your forehead? Perhaps that is the reason. Anyway you should just throw away the tiger balm. ...Read more
My lower back hurts after excercising (body pump class). How long shall I not go to the class, n what's a good cream (tiger balm?) to use?
Pain free x 2-3 days: You shouldn't return to exercise until you've been pain free with activities of daily living for at least 2-3 days. Then, do so gradually and avoid painful exercises. I don't find over-the-counter topicals very effective, especially for low back pain where the source of pain is rarely very superficial. Oral anti-inflammatories tend to work more effectively. ...Read more
I mixed capsacin 0.1% & tiger balm extra strength together & rubbed it on my sore legs took a hot shower & reapplied the mix & now my legs r on fire?
What are the treatment options for carpal tunnel syndrone? I have tried anti-inflammatories, bengay, tiger balm, physical therapy.
I got tiger balm in my eye a little more than 24 hours ago. I have flushed it several times but the burning, tearing, and blurred vision remains?
It is possible that: You have developed a corneal abrasion. It would be prudent to go to an ophthalmologist for an evaluation as soon as possible. ...Read more
I am 35 weeks pregnant and I have a cold I used red tiger balm and now I am worried if it's okay?
I am almost 22 weeks pregnant and have severe leg cramps and sciatic pain. Is it safe to use tiger balm? I am uncomfortable when trying to sleep.
Probably ok: If you were bitten in Indiana then the odds of the bite having infected you with something dangerous are vanishingly small ...Read more
Medical Benefits: There are no known or proven benefits of tiger nuts. There are heart benefits from garlic, but no known sexual benefits for garlic tablets. ...Read more
Don't know: I don't know about his collegiate activities & I have never evaluated him - so can't responsibly guess about the matter. ...Read more
Probably: Lions and tigers are not commonly available and close contact is best avoided. Allergy would be the least consequence of a close encounter. ...Read more
My negative thoughts are a steamroller. I can't seem to stop them. They are like a lion or tiger on the loose. Can you you give me a tip?
Our brain: Is like a snow ball processor wired for negativity both emotionally & cognitively. U say it very well: "tiger or a lion on the loose". Tip: visualize the powerful felines, see urself jumping on them both & dare the ride on their backs. Our snow ball processor brain can also start a positive/solution snow ball while the big negative one melt like snow under the sun. Good luck & enjoy the ride! ...Read more
Tiger Mom??: I assume you have a type a, goal driven, perfectionistic, controlling mom. Please try to talk to her about how you feel. That may not work. Next, try to explain your stress to your father if that does not help. A school counselor or school nurse could help a psychologist or a family doctor could try to intervene. A trusted adult could possibly discuss the situation. If you are an adult try a timeout. ...Read more
Eye of the tiger: The eye of the tiger is a term for a finding on MRI of the brain. It is related to an illness that is similar to Parkinsons, which tends to affect young men. It is not Parkinsons however. For this condition you may wish to ask for someone to evaluate your MRI films carefully to confirm this finding. ...Read more
Got bit by tiger mosquito, getting infected. Dark red itchy bumps around it. It was a week ago I got bit. Don't scratch at it. What to use to clear it?
Insect bite: What you are describing sounds more like an allergic reaction to the sting than to an infection. Take loratidine or cetrizine, if that doesn't help then by all means have it evaluated for a possible infection. If the redness spreads or you get a fever, see a doctor sooner rather than later. ...Read more
When I was in grad school I drank raw egg. Brewers yeast and tigers milk. Why can't we do that anymore?
My eyes have been really watery also feeling of pressure behind or in eye only thing that helps is hot comperressed towel/tiger palm what could it be?
Watery eyes: You may have a pollen allergy to trees or grass. Eyedrops against allergy are available otc ...Read more