Tiger Balm is well known around the world and used as a muscle rub and strangely good for insect bites. This Dragon and Tiger Balm is made with very similar ingredients and comes in a little metal tin, that makes it perfect to fit into your pocket or bag. You can easily have it on you everywhere you go and have it to hand if needs be. The small in is about the size of a 10p piece
The Dragon and Tiger Balm offers a heating effect which is a perfect remedy for tired and sore muscles and inflammation. Applied directly to the skin, the heating effect soothes those muscles after a hard days training and any niggles caused from the training. The greasy composition of the Dragon and Tiger Balm also means you need to rub it into the muscles also giving a massage effect thus helping the muscles further.
“A perfect size to have it on you.” Doug Swift, Owner of Enso Martial Arts
The Dragon and Tiger Balm ingredients are:
We have a few different options for posting your items at Enso Martial Arts Shop. Prices vary depending on the overall order, weight, size etc. The checkout page will automatically workout the possible options for you.
We can send your item(s) in the following ways:
Royal Mail 2nd Class signed - Pretty slow service but will get there eventually. We will try and post it the same day the order comes to us, but not always possible for us. More than likely we will post the next day or day after that. Only possible for small lightweight items, as heavy items are more expensive than UPS.
UPS Standard - Order before 12pm and we can pack and post the same day to be with you the next day. If you order after 12pm we can still pack it and have it ready but it is less likely to be collected the same day (still possible though, depends when the UPS man comes) and will arrive the day after that.
UPS Worldwide - For anywhere outside the UK, we can post the same day but delivery times are dependent on the destination. Approximate delivery times are as follows:
All medicines and Lotions Enso sells are traditional medicine, that original recipes date back hundreds of years. This does not replace advice given by doctors or professionals, but advising from an Asian perspective as an additional source of treatment.