Samahan is a concentrated, water soluble preparation of selected medicinal plants used over centuries in health care. It belongs to the ancient remedy known in Sri Lanka as Peyava. The preparation consists of fourteen different herbal ingredients, some of which are spices, and condiments used in daily culinary preparations throughout the world and some known to assist the immune system. Over 3 million sachets of Samahan are being safely used every month by Sri Lankans and it is exported to the UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Switzerland, India, Singapore and the Middle East.
Benefits: The activities of individual plants are combined in such a manner to provide the best effect covering a range of activities where some act as synergists, and some as bio-enhancers and natural preservatives stabilizing the product. Samahan is effective in providing rapid relief to the symptoms of common cold, cough, headaches, body aches and other catarrh related ailments. The preventive effect of Samahan can be due to the effect of the combination of plants. The activities covered are analgesic, antipyretic, expectorant, and anti-inflammatory thus accounting for the relief of the above indications. Directions for use:
Dissolve the contents of one sachet in half a cup (100 ml) of hot water, tea, coffee or milk. Samahan can be taken by persons of any age group including children. For children below five years, use half a sachet.
For More information http://www.samahan.com/herbal_teas/samahan.htm