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Who should use Tiger Balm?

Tiger Balm is intended for anyone suffering from minor aches and pains from arthritis, muscle strain, headaches or backaches. You should not use Tiger Balm if you are allergic to any of the ingredients - camphor and menthol - found in this product. Certain medical conditions or medications may put you at risk for complications while using Tiger Balm. Do not use Tiger Balm if you are breastfeeding, pregnant or have damaged or cut skin. Other medications or supplements may affect your usage of Tiger Balm, especially if you have any strange aversions or allergies to camphor, capsicum and menthol. Before using this or any other medication, you should talk to your doctor about the risk for complications.

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