[The practice of Chuan Xinlian]_ Method Daquan _ Production method
Chuan Xinlian is not the product of lotus.
Many people have heard the words Chuan Xinlian may think that Chuan Xinlian was cast by lotus, but this is actually wrong.
Chuanxinlian looks a bit like spinach, water spinach and the like. Chuanxinlian is concentrated in southern areas such as Guangdong and Fujian. Because it likes warm environments, its picking season is also in summer.
What is Chuan Xinlian’s approach?
Chuanxilian lotus is afraid of drought. If it is not watered for a long time, it will grow slowly, the leaves will be narrow, and it will bloom early, which will affect the crops.
Optimum seed temperature 25?
30 ° C and higher humidity should have good ventilation conditions.
It is mainly produced in Guangdong and Fujian, and is now introduced and cultivated in the north and south of the Yangtze River.
[Alias]: At first sight, chopped snake sword, bitter grass, eucalyptus lotus, andrographis paniculata, cone-shaped beard herb, all diseased grass, day trip thousands of miles, four states, four square lotus, Indian herb, spring lotus summer willow, bitterGrass, colic, chopped dragon sword, golden ear hook, golden vanilla.
Attributes: Andrographis is medicinal: cold, bitter.
Process: Summer harvest.
Open buds, harvest early flowering.
[Origin of Name]: In the Five Elements Doctrine of Traditional Chinese Medicine, it is considered that bitterness is in the heart, and Andrographis as soon as you include a small piece of its leaves, you can immediately sense the unforgettable bitterness, as if it is straight into your heart, so the name “Wangxinlian”Don’t have a homophonic Chuan Xinlian.
Spring lotus and autumn willow (“Lingnan Collection of Herbs”), at first sight (“Quanzhou Materia Medica”), Eupatorium nucifera, Bitter colic, Chopped snake sword, Conical whisker herb (Guangzhou Army “Common Chinese Herbal Medicine Handbook”), Sifang Lotus, Golden Herb, Golden Ear Hook, Spring Lotus Summer Willow, Indian Herb (“Guangdong Chinese Herbal Medicine”), Bitter Herb (“Fujian Chinese Herbal Medicine”), Andrographis paniculata.
[Source]: Andrographis paniculata (Burm.)
) Dry ground parts needed.
The stems and leaves are plucked and dried in early autumn and dried.
Annual herb, 50?
100cm, the whole plant tastes extremely bitter.
Stems erect, multibranched, quadrangular, nodes slightly inflated.
Leaves opposite, ovate oblong to oblong-lanceolate, 2?
11cm, width 0.
5cm, apex acuminate, base wedge-shaped, entire or shallow wave-shaped, dark green above, gray-green below, lateral veins 3?
4 pairs; petiole short or subsessile.
Panicles terminal or axillary; calyx 5 deeply split, outer glandular hairs; corolla pale purple white, lip-shaped, upper lip curved, 2-toothed, lower lip erect, 3 lobed, stamens 2, large and small in drug room, Large tomentose, filaments may be pilose; ovary 2-loculed.
Capsules oblong, ca. 1 in length.
5cm, flattened on both sides, with a longitudinal groove in the center.
Flowering period 8?
September, fruit in October.
Born in hot and humid plains, hilly areas.
The amount of salt, chicken, peanuts, 3 petals of sugar, and a pinch of sesame oil are mixed with heart lotus.
Peel the garlic, pat it with the back of the knife, cut into pieces, and pour in other spices (a pinch of sugar, salt, sesame oil, chicken essence) and mix well 2.
After the water in the pot is boiled, pour the washed andrographis paniculata, turn off the heat immediately, cook with chopsticks until it turns dark green, and control the time within one minute, immediately remove it with ice water and quickly cool down to prevent the color from turning yellow.Andrographis paniculata is taken out of the dry ice water, add the seasoning and mix well.