STUDY ON THE PROCESS OF TEA BAGS LEAVES MYXOPYRUM SMILACIFOLIUM (WALL.) BLUME THAI NGUYEN PROVINCE
Keywords:Processing; procedure;Myxopyrum smilacifolium leaves; tea bag; parameters.
Myxopyrum smilacifolium (Wall.) Blume has left are astringent, acrid, sweet, heat-generating, pain relief, allergies, cooling, and tonic ... Currently, the main parts used are stem and root. Therefore, the research on tea bags made from its leaves has scientific and practical significance. The study showed that the leaves were with moisture of 69.95%, 2.15% ash, and 1.25% tannin. The process of teabags from Thai Nguyen’s Myxopyrum smilacifolium (Wall.) Blume leaves required: The temperature for leaf drying is 70ºC, crushing materials in size 1mm <d ≤ 3 mm. To create products with better sensory quality, stevia, passionflower, and artemisia are supplemented at 5%, 10%, and 8%, respectively. Products for aerobic microorganisms 6.3x10⁴ bacteria/g, yeasts - molds 1.5x103 colonies /g qualified as TCVN 7975 - 2008 for herbal tea bags.
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