Need to know the precious Chinese medicinal materials storage method
Ginseng: Cover with fried glutinous rice and place in a sealed glass bottle.
Cordyceps sinensis: Sealed with transparent cellophane, put in a box, and put dandelion around to prevent insects.
Or put it in a quicklime box to avoid insects and moisture.
Musk: This product has a strong aroma. When placed, wrap the musk with oiled paper and put it in a glass or porcelain container to seal it.
Avoid coexistence with other drugs to prevent taint, it is best to keep refrigerated.
Bezoar: Can be packed in tight-necked vials, sealed and stored in a cool, dry place to prevent loss.
Toad: It is easy to smash and easy to take off the tail. It can be put into peppercorns when stored. After being packed in a suitable container, put it in a quicklime box or in a dry and ventilated place. Pay attention to protect the tail, because the toad’s tail is the main medicinal part.
Antler: Wrap it in a fine cloth, put it in a camphor box or quick lime box, and store it tightly. It is best to put in pepper to prevent mold.
Antler powder should be in porcelain bottles.
Panax notoginseng: It is easy to have insects at the broken roots, and the wormholes are very small, which is generally difficult to find.
Put it in a wooden bag and put it in a wooden box during storage, and then put it in a quicklime tank to keep it dry and prevent insects from smashing.
Saffron: put in a sealed small porcelain jar and store in a cool place.