SAMAHAN 10 packets Herbal Tea

Link Samahan Ayurvedic Herbal Tea Packets  Sri Lankan Natural Drink  




Product Description

Link Samahan Ayurvedic Herbal Tea Packets  Sri Lankan Natural Drink

Link Samahan is a wholly natural, safe and effective preparation for relief of cold and cold related symptoms.

The common cold is probably the world’s most widespread malady and responsible for the loss of millions of working days. Cold related health problems are aggravated by changing weather patterns and certain allergens. Sneezing, runny noses, itching eyes and sore throats are the first signs of a common cold. Link Natural, after many years of research developed Link Samahan, a 100% authentic herbal formulation that is available as instantly soluble granules that comprises extracts of 14 medicinal plants used in Peyava formulations. Link Samahan is presently the leading herbal product for colds and related symptoms in Sri Lanka and is fast becoming popular internationally. This success was recognized when Link Samahan achieved  Super brand status.

1.    What is Samahan?

Samahan is a 100% herbal preparation based on Ayurveda principles. It contains the extracts of 14 herbs mentioned in the sachet, only.The formula was developed by a panel of Ayurveda practitioners. The formula was developed after

5 years of Research and Development by a multi-disciplinary team of scientists, technologists and Ayurveda practitioners at Link Natural.

2.    What’s so special about Samahan?

Samahan is the first Ayurvedi 100% herbal easy-to-use preparation in the market for colds and cold related symptoms and Flu.

3.    When should Samahan be taken?

Samahan can be taken at any time. It is most effective when taken at the first sign of cold or flu.

4.    Can Samahan be taken while on other medication?

Yes. Most ingredients in Samahan are commonly used in our day-to-day food.According to the panel of Ayurveda practitioners who developed the Samahan formula, it could be taken while on other medication.

5.    If its an Ayurvedic formulation, how can it be instant and so effective?

Ayurveda is a medical system that is in existence for over 5000 years and used by millions of people. Samahan formula was developed based on Ayurvedic principles and experience.The use of authentic raw materials of right quality and the scientifically optimized production protocol by Link Natural, make the Samahan effective and instant.

6.    Samahan is said to act instantly. How is that?

Answered in (5) above.

7.    Are “Western drugs” added to give Samahan the quick-fix effect?

NO. Samahan is 100% natural. It contains only the ingredients mentioned in the pack and cane sugar.

8.    Is Samahan good only for cold and cold-related ailments?

Samahan is especially prepared for cold and cold related symptoms and flu but, is effective for fatigue, body aches and similar common complaints.

9.    Can Samahan be taken regularly?

Yes. It can be taken as a normal warm drink. It can be taken with tea or coffee, or could even replace them.

10.  Will it have side effects if taken daily?

No. Ingredients of Samahan had been in use for centuries for food and medicine, without any side effects.

Directions to use

To prevent cold and catarrh related symptoms, use one sachet of Link Samahan a day with milk, tea, hot water or preferred hot beverage. At the fist sign of cold or catarrh symptoms, take 1-2 sachets of Link Samahan 3-4 times a day.



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Plant name (Latin binomial)

Adhatoda vasica Nees. (Acanthaceae)

Alpinia galanga Willd. (Zingiberaceae)

Carum copticum Benth & Hook. (Apiaceae)

Coriandrum sativum Linn. (Apiaceae)

Coscinium fenestratum (Gaertn.) Colebr. (Menispermaceae)

Cuminum cyminum Linn. (Apiaceae)

Evolvulus alsinoides Linn. (Convolvulaceae)

Glycyrrhiza glabra Linn. (Fabaceae)

Hedyotis herbaceae (Linn.) Lam. (Rubiaceae)

Piper longum Linn. (Piperaceae)

Piper nigrum Linn. (Piperaceae)

Premna herbacea Roxb. (Verbenaceae)

Solanum xanthocarpum Schrade. & Wendl. (Solanaceae)

Zingiber officinale Roscoe. (Zingiberaceae)