What should I do if the lily is dried and turned black?

Lily has the functions of moistening the lungs and relieving cough, calming the nerves, anti-cancer, improving immunity, lowering blood pressure, and treating constipation, and is well received by the market. However, what should I do if the lily turns black with an air dryer?

Lily, scientific name Qiangshu, Fanchuan, Shandan, Daoxian, Chiangmai, Atrium, Moruo, Chonghe, Zhongfenghua, Lily Garlic, Master Garlic, Garlic Brain Potato, Yehehua, etc., is a genus of Liliaceae. Perennial herbaceous bulbous plants, native to China, are mainly distributed in the temperate regions of the northern hemisphere such as eastern Asia, Europe, and North America. At least 120 species have been found in the world, of which 55 species are produced in China.

Lily processing steps

Before drying the lily, it should be scalded with boiling water. The time should be mastered. Put it into the boiling water, and the water should be boiled again. At this time, it should be taken out immediately, and then the lily should be evenly placed in the material frame to drain the water.

Lily drying process

Spread the lilies evenly on the high-temperature resistant material tray, stack the material truck layer by layer, and push it into the dryer to start drying, pay attention to the temperature not too high, medium temperature is more suitable, usually, the initial temperature is about 50℃-55℃, The lily sheet is evenly heated and some water is discharged, and then the temperature is gradually raised, and the moisture is gradually removed. When the water content of the lily sheet is about 10%, and the lily sheet is brittle when touched by hand, the drying is completed.