Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Tiger Balm Pain Relief Giveaway - ends 7/31!


Tiger Balm Ultra Strength Sports Rub and Pain Relieving Patch
Sponsor: Tiger Balm
Host: Parenting Healthy

Tiger Balm pain relieving products roots go back to the 1870's. Aw Chu Kin was an herbalist that left his job in the Emperor's Court to move and open up a little medicine shop where he made his own ointments. Today it is still in stores and in different topical options for fast and effective healing.

Read more see all the products at Parenting Healthy's: Tiger Balm Pain Relief review.



Tiger Balm is safe and very effective and with a history of over 100 years and available to millions of people in over 100 countries, it is proven. Visit http://www.tigerbalm.com/us to learn more.

The Giveaway

5 lucky readers will be sent a Tiger Balm product. Enter below. Open to US and ends on 7/31. Good luck!

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10 comments:

  1. Tiger Balm Extra for joint and arthritis pain. Especially for my lower back and knees.

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  2. I would love to try the pain relieve patch I work in a factory an have a lot of back an shoulder pain

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  3. The pain patches because I have fibromyalgia and tendonitis.

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  4. With as sore as my back is I would love to win this as I need it now ... but I can not enter as I am in Canada :(

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  5. Athena EmmanouilidisJuly 18, 2016 at 1:06 PM

    The pain relieving ointment in the jar interests me for my muscle pain.

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  6. Would love to the Tiger Balm Pain Relieving Patch. This could maybe help my back pain.

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  7. I would love to try the Tiger Balm Ultra! My husband suffers from Arthritis in his hands, and this product sounds so much better than what he's been using! Love that it's non-staining!

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  8. I would say the pain relief patches! More so for my mid/upper back. It's been in so much pain it's been hard to sleep for two weeks now and it's driving me NUTS! Then again, I'd love to try all of it! Maybe it'd help with all the aches and pains from Fibromyalgia!

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  9. I'll have to check this out. Never hear of tiger palm.

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  10. I would like to try the Tiger Balm Neck and Shoulder for in between the shoulder and the neck Pain from sitting at a computer all day!
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