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.
• Place the herbal compress ball in a steamer for 10 minutes, or microwave for 2 minute at medium power.(Prior heating in microwave, soak the herbal compress ball completely in the water for approximately 1 minute and remove.)
• Take the herbal compress ball out, make sure it's hot but not burning - if not, briefly reheat again and make sure the herbs stay moist enough to not burn.
• Massage your body with the herbal ball until it cools. Suggest having 2 herbal balls to alternate with the cool one for a more persistent and effective heat treatment. For best result, apply on acupressure points.
• After use, allow the herbal ball to completely cool down before placing it in a cool dry area. This will allow it to last and be used for several more treatments.
Keep out of reach of children. Avoid contact with eyes and ears. If skin irritation
occurs immediately discontinue use and consult physician. External use only
Tips & Warning :
Herbal balls may be used up to 5 times. For best results, hang dry after each use in open air, then put in a plastic bag and store it in the refrigerator. Not recommended for storage more than two weeks.
Turmeric , Plai , Lemongrass, Kaffirlime, Ginger and Acacia concinna leaves