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Physiological characteristics of dried ginger
- Jul 26, 2018 -

Dried ginger: It is a flat block with finger-like branches, 3 to 175 px long and 1 to 50 px thick. The surface is grayish yellow or light grayish brown, rough, with longitudinal wrinkles and obvious links. There are often scales remaining at the branches, and there are stem marks or buds at the top of the branches. Solid, section yellow-white or gray-white, powdery or granular, the inner layer of the ring is obvious, vascular bundles and yellow oil spots scattered. It is fragrant, specific and spicy. Dried ginger: This product is irregular longitudinal section or oblique section, with finger-like branches, length 1 ~ 150px, width 1 ~ 50px, thickness 0.2 ~ 10px. The rind is grayish yellow or light yellowish brown, rough, with longitudinal wrinkles and obvious links. The cut surface is grayish yellow or grayish white, slightly powdery, showing more longitudinal fibers, and some are hairy. Solid, cross-section fiber. It is very fragrant and has a bad taste.

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