• Pain Relief

  • Treats muscle and joint problems

  • Anti-inflammatory

  • Anti-oxidant

  • Anti-bacterial

  • Anti-viral

  • Anti-fungal 

  • Anti-hypertensive (lowers blood pressure)

-Sesame seed oil is the warmest on the oil spectrum (coconut oil is cooling).
-Galangal, Ginger, Plai, and Thai Hot Peppers give this balm the extra heat to get into sore muscles.
-All fresh ingredients were used to make this balm, because of this, the balm has an orange/yellow tint to it from the Turmeric.

-Use caution when using the balm if you’re wearing white clothing. 
Rub the balm into the area of your body causing troubles, rub until your skin has absorbed the Tiger Balm, add another layer onto area and rub in again.

Homemade Warming Tiger Balm


  • Sesame indicum oil - Sesame seed oil

  • Alpinia Galanga - Greater Galangal

  • Curcuma Longa - Turmeric 

  • Zingiber Officinale - Ginger

  • Zingiber Cassumunar - Plai

  • Capsicum annuum - Thai Hot Pepper

  • Cymbopogon Flexuosus - East Indian Lemongrass

  • Siam Queen - Thai Basil

  • Citrus Hystrix - Kaffir Lime Leaves

  • Camphor

  • Beeswax

This is my first time making Tiger Balm, I am really happy with how it came out! I am selling 3 different sizes if you’re interested

1.5oz for $15

4oz for $35

7.5oz for $60