- 10 tea bags, composed of 14 Sri Lankan herbs: Vishnukranthi, Siritekku, Venivel, Ginger, Vasaka, Pathpadagam, Long pepper, Licorice, Coriander, Ajowan, Cumin, Black pepper, Galangal, Katuwelbatu.
- Ayurvedic tea
- Part of the proceeds will go to the Friendship Foundation in Sri Lanka
42 in stock (can be backordered)
One Samahan tea A Day Keeps the Doctor Away
Samahan is an Ayurvedic tea that is widely consumed in Sri Lanka. It is said to protect you from colds and other ailments. Whether that is really the case, we cannot tell you yet ... What we do you tell you is that it is a delicious spicy tea, composed of 14 Sri Lankan herbs: Vishnukranthi, Siritekku, Venivel, Ginger, Vasaka, Pathpadagam, Long pepper, Liquorice, Coriander, Ajowan, Cumin, Black pepper, Galangal, Katuwelbatu.
Start your day with a cup of Samahan tea: throw the Ayurvedic granules (and possibly a little honey) in a teacup, pour boiling water on it.
Samahan has been used for centuries as a health drink as a concentrated, water-soluble herbal preparation. Samahan belongs to the ancient remedy known in Sri Lanka as “Peyava”.
This tea is directly imported from Sri Lanka to Europe. With your purchase, you support the Friendship Foundation.
Curious? You can order them per 10 bags.
The tea is extra delicious to drink if you drink it from these handmade green Tamegroute earthenware mugs. And you can also provide those teacups with these nice paper coasters. Made in Sri Lanka by young people and their teacher from Sarana MultiDisciplinary Center in Sri Lanka.