Kwan Loong Oil

I’m having horrible stomach ache and diarrhea now. Thank to my sister who dragged me out early in the morning, 6.30 am here. I think I ate something not clean this morning. Or maybe it was caused by the non-pure mandarin orange juice I drank. I love Thai Mandarin Orange Juice (Nam Som Sok), and I drink it almost every day. So as usual, I simply bought a bottle from a street vendor but I think that wasn’t the freshly squeezed mandarin orange juice I used to have. It tasted like processed orange juice, medicine flavor. So, be careful when you buy the juice, better buy it from a stall that you see them squeezing the mandarin oranges. It costs 20 baht per bottle. However, there are people selling 40 baht at ASOK there, a place full of tourist.

Thai Mandarin Orange Juice

Kwan Loong Medicated Oil

Kwan Loong Medicated Oil

I’ve gone to toilet for more than 10 times in a few hours. I’m getting weak and dizzy. It’s very painful and there is nothing left in my stomach now. I feel scare because if it becomes worst, I have to go to the hospital, and I don’t know how am I going to communicate with the doctor. I miss my mum. Sister just went out to look for medicated oil for me and she bought me Kwan Loong Medicated Oil at 7-Eleven, 24 baht. You can get it at BIG C Supermarket too.

This refreshing Kwan Loong Oil comes in useful for fast and effective relief of dizziness, headaches, motion sickness, blocked nose, stomachaches, sprains, rheumatic pains and speeds healing of insect bites. Kwan Loong Medicated Oil contains ingredients that helps promote healing at the same time provides a cooling and invigorating sensation.

Methyl Salicylate relieves inflammation and pain. Camphor is a mild analgesic that relieves symptoms of a deep-seated inflammatory process. Menthol relieves symptoms of bronchitis, sinusitis and similar conditions, when applied to skin. Dilates blood vessels, causing a sensation of coolness followed by analgesic effect and relieves itching. Eucalyptus oil relieves nasal congestion. Just apply it to the affected area as needed 3 to 4 times daily.

About Kwan Loong Oil

I’m very impressed! Kwan Loong Oil was founded in Ipoh, Malaysia more than 70 years ago by a distinguished physician who devoted his life to the study of Western and Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is now manufactured in Singapore under stringent GMP standards. Kwan Loong Medicated Oil is produced by Haw Par Healthcare, which also manufactures the world-renowned Tiger Balm. Today, Kwan Loong Medicated Oil is available in 10 countries, such as Hong Kong, USA, China, Canada, Holland, Australia and luckily, in Thailand too.

Thai Street Food

Bangkok Wet Market

What have I eaten this morning? Sister and I took the same food except the medicine flavor mandarin orange juice. So I think that’s what causes my stomach ache. We went to a local wet market near our hotel (The Green Bells Onnut hotel), On Nut BTS Station. Unexpectedly, there were many street vendors early in the morning, at 6.30 am can you imagine? Let’s see.

Thai Baked Banana

Thai Baked Banana
Thai Baked Banana

Another type of baked banana that I don’t like; look delicious, but not delicious, 5 baht.

Thai Toast

Thai Toast

We bought a piece of toast, butter on top sprinkled with sugar.

Thai Soy Milk

Thai Soy Milk

We bought two packs of soy milk from a street vendor. You can add jelly, ginkgo, barley, etc. in it. Plain soy milk is 7 baht per pack.

Thai Economy Rice

Thai Economy Rice

We also bought a plate of rice with vegetables and egg (35 baht) at a economy rice stall. The stall consists of 15 to 20 troughs of cooked food, including meat, vegetables, eggs and tofu. You may select any combination of these dishes, which are served accompanied by a portion of steamed white rice.

I applied the Kwan Loong Oil on my stomach and I took a short sleep. I’m feeling better now. No more diarrhea. Hope I get even better tomorrow. I’ll keep a bottle of Kwan Loong Medicated Oil close to me at all times from now onward. I don’t want to go to hospital, especially here in Bangkok, Thailand, a country I’m not familiar with. I shall rest now.

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