The traditional drying method of honeysuckle and the characteristics of modern drying technology


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Honeysuckle, also known as honeysuckle, golden and silver rattan, silver rattan, two-color flower rattan, two treasure rattan, right-turn rattan, Zifeng rattan, mandarin duck rattan. The name "Honeysuckle" comes from the "Compendium of Materia Medica", because the honeysuckle flower is white at first and then turns yellow, so it is named honeysuckle. The medicinal material honeysuckle is the honeysuckle of the honeysuckle family honeysuckle and the dried flower buds or flowers of the same genus.

Honeysuckle, blooming in March, five out, slightly fragrant, with red pedicle, white at the beginning of the flower, yellow after one or two days, hence the name honeysuckle. And because one pedicle and two flowers, the two stamens are exposed, they are in pairs, inseparable, like male and female companions, and like mandarin ducks dancing in pairs, so it is called mandarin duck vine. Honeysuckle has been known for its extensive medicinal value since ancient times.

Its efficacy is mainly to clear heat and detoxify, and it is mainly used to treat febrile diseases such as fever, heat toxin and blood dysentery. Modern research has proved that honeysuckle contains chlorogenic acid, luteolin glycosides and other pharmacologically active ingredients, and has strong inhibitory power against various pathogenic bacteria such as hemolytic streptococcus, Staphylococcus aureus, and upper respiratory tract infection pathogenic viruses. It can also enhance immunity, anti-early pregnancy, protect liver, anti-tumor, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, hemostasis (coagulation), inhibit intestinal absorption of cholesterol, etc. It has a wide range of clinical uses and can be used in combination with other drugs to treat respiratory tract infections, bacteria Diarrhea, acute urinary tract infection, hypertension and more than 40 kinds of diseases. Honeysuckle traditional drying method Sun drying method.

There are two types of sun exposure: one is to sprinkle honeysuckle thinly on the single slate of the courtyard, Sanhe soil or on the beach, and dry it, and the thickness should not be exposed on the ground. It can be flexibly controlled according to the intensity of sunlight. If the sun is strong, it can be thicker.

If it is too thin, it dries quickly, but the quality is not good. But pay attention: 1. When the flowers are not dried to 80% or 90% of the time, do not flip them, otherwise they will turn black; 2. When flipping, do not flip them directly by hand (using other utensils), otherwise the flowers will turn black after sweating hands. If it is not dried in the day or it rains suddenly, it can be moved into the house to hang out and continue to dry in fine weather.

The other is to spread the honeysuckle thinly on a mat or dustpan for drying, and its thickness should be such that the mat surface is not exposed. The precautions are the same as the previous law. Honeysuckle Modern Drying Features The honeysuckle dryer production line consists of a cooling machine, an automatic dryer, a conveyor, a steam heat source and other equipment. The production line has a high degree of mechanization. The assembly line greatly reduces the labor intensity of workers and improves the quality of products.

This complete set of equipment is easy to operate, efficient and controllable, and has strong adaptability. The large-scale production practice of the majority of users has proved that it is an advanced equipment suitable for large-scale processing of honeysuckle. Features: 1. High evaporation efficiency, full dry product and good color. 2. No sulfur and no residue, green and environmental protection.

3. Digital display control, easy to operate. 4. Flow operation, saving labor and effort. 5. Modular design, easy to install.

6. Strong compatibility, can process a variety of materials.

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