Herbal balm Plai Siamy
Herbal balm Plai Siamy is a Thai traditional natural remedy. It improves blood circulation; eases aching symptoms in muscles, knees and elbow joints; relieves tension of tendons; reduces stiffness symptoms and cramps; helps after sprain or other injures all around the body; helps against itching and after insects bites. It also useful for treatment of dizziness/vertigo, migraine and common headache.
The main “base” ingredients of almost any Thai herbal balm are very simple: vaselin, bee-wax (or paraffin), menthol, camphor and Borneol. However Thai herbal balms distinguished by its active ingredients (extracts, oils), making every type of balm the most effective in the specific situation.
An ancient formula of Herbal balm Plai Siamy provides long lasting healing effect due essential natural extracts and oils.
Plai (Zingiber cassumunar) is one of the numerous species of “ginger” (Zingiberaceae) family have been used in Thai traditional medicine during centuries. Sometimes it refereed as “Mountain Ginger”. The plai extract gives a gentle warming sensation and has extremely high anti-inflammatory property. It is especially effective against back, muscles and tendons pain, both inflammatory and traumatic.
Along with other Siamy products when used regularly, it helps promote a healthier life style and well-being.
- Herbal balm Plai Siamy is 100% natural
- provides gentle warming effect
- eases aching symptoms in muscles
- effective against arthritis and other joints problems
- has anti-inflammatory properties
- heals and soothe damaged skin
Avoid contact with eyes. Do not apply inside mouth or nose. For external use only! Keep out of reach of children.
Suggestions for use
- Rub and massage area which has a problem, such as knee, elbow or the back.
- Apply small amount of the herbal balm Black Plai onto temporal zone of the head and back neck to get rid a headache.
- Simply inhale the balm to reduce dizziness/vertigo symptoms.
Wintergreen oil; moringa oil; borneol; menthol; mint oil; plai (Zingiber cassumunar).
Keep out of heat and direct sunlight.