Yellow oil is a traditional Thai medicine with Chinese origins. It is made of medicinal plants, such as camphor and different tubers of the ginger family.
Different versions of yellow oil are made and sold all over south east Asia and China. The families who manufacture the oil keep their recipes a secret.
Somthawin Yellow Oil has unique qualities, because of the high grade of plants it is made of, and the precise manufacturing process. Being made at the eastern province of Trat, one of the rainiest and most fertile places in Thailand, makes for excellent local ingredients.
The Oil contains 100% natural ingredients. Every bottle bares the logo of the Pho Tree Brand. Store oil in room temperature, away from sunlight and heat.
When and how to use Sonthawin Yellow Oil?
Yellow oil is not massage oil. It is much more concentrated and has many more uses.
For sore muscles or arthritis, just rub a little bit of the oil on the affected area, and keep rubbing it with fast and superficial movements until it gets very hot. Then cover the affected area to keep it warm and try to rest for a few minutes. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap, but Do Not wash the affected area for at least 2 hours. If you use the oil as soon as you feel a muscle twitching, you have a good chance of getting rid of the pain within half an hour. If you use it on highly stressed muscles you will feel immediate relief.
For insect bites, apply a bit of oil on the bite. The oil is particularly efficient for ants bites and other insects that inject poison.
For dizziness, allergies, nausea sea sickness and air sickness, just open the bottle and breath the fumes for a few minutes, or put a drop or two on a handkerchief and breath through it, or put a drop on your pillow before you go to sleep. You can also put a few drops in an inhalator and enjoy immediate relief.
Address and Contact Information
Trat Main Shop: 45/60-61 Thesaban 5 Rd, Th. Wangajae, A. Muang,
Phones: 039-511935, 039-521410
Bangkok Main Shop: 18 On-Nut road, Soi On-Nut 28, Sounroung,
Phones: 02-331-8199, 02-742-1152