Link Samahan, the market leader and Sri Lanka’s most popular remedy for colds, catarrh and other common upper respiratory viral infections, posted yet another outstanding achievement when it recently gained entry into the Canadian market.
“Obtaining the licence from The Natural Health Products Directorate, of Health Canada is a significant achievement. It took over 2 years, because of the extremely stringent criteria imposed under Canadian Natural Health Products Regulations,” stated the Chairman of Link Natural Products (Pvt) Limited Dr. Devapriya Nugawela at a media briefing.
Extensive details of the manufacturing facility in Dompe, its research laboratory and quality assurance systems along with written confirmation of its safety and efficacy provided by practicing ayurvedic specialists had also to be provided. Dr. Nugawela went on to state “It was this rigorous commitment to research, quality assurance and scientific integrity that enabled it to prove successful in obtaining the much coveted licence to market Link Samahan in Canada.”
Link Samahan was tested for a wide range of western allopathic drugs including paracetemol, prednisolone and other steroids following allegations that Link Samahan contained western medicinal drugs. Prof. Goonaratna was able to categorically state that Link Samahan was entirely herbal in composition and contained no western medicinal drug of any kind. “The efficacy of Link Samahan is related to its very special formulation and its property of enhancing our body’s natural immune system when taken regularly,” he said.