Herbal Compress Ball 100% Natural Herbs Aroma Face Massage Spa Product 200 G. X 2 Packs

Herbal Compress Ball 100% Natural Herbs Aroma Face Massage Spa Product 200 G. X 2 Packs

Herbal Compress Ball 100% Natural Herbs Aroma Face Massage Spa Product 200 G. X 2 Packs



Direction : Steep or sprinkle the Herbal Compress Ball (Herbal Ball) until wet, steam for 15-20 minutes. If the herbal balls are already hot, then compress the area of pain about 3-5 times. Switch the Herbal Compress Ball (Herbal Ball) when its cold. Do not compress for a prolong period of time. Compress it fast and take a break, then repeat several times. Storage : Keep the Herbal Compress Ball in freezer after use. If dry, sprinkle water before storage. Throw away the Herbal Compress Ball after re-use 5 times or if ordor.

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Herbal Compress Ball 100% Natural Herbs Aroma Face Massage Spa Product 200 G. X 2 Packs

  • Thai herbal compress ball 100% natural herbs
  • Herbal Body Compress Ball has been used “as an ancient healing system for massage” chronic problems such as back pain for many centuries in Thailand. It is commonly compliments traditional massage. Thai type of treatment is said to be particularly good for muscle aches and pain. Apply soothing strokes to massage you, or place it on acupressure part of your body to relieve sore muscles, stimulate circulation, as well as to increase energy flow that is vital for health.
  • The Thai Herbal Compress ball (Herbal Ball) made from various dried herbs wrapped in cotton traditionally used in Thai medicine. The Thai Herbal Compress ball is used to alleviate pain or inflammation (especially good post partum) by opening the pores and bringing a medicinal heat to muscles to induce relaxation.
  • Ingredients: Oil, turmeric, galangal, lemongrass alata, wannangkhum, borneol, camphor, tamarind, Calamus, Et Sch, Derris.
  • Made in Thailand

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This information may not fit your specific health circumstances and is only intended to supplement, not replace advice from your doctor or qualified healthcare provider. This information is not meant to cover all possible uses, interactions, precautions, or effects. Please consult your healthcare provider to address your specific health circumstances.

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