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The use of microwave energy in the preparation of herbal drugs. First communication

, : The use of microwave energy in the preparation of herbal drugs. First communication. Pharmazie 49(8): 610-613

The leaves, stems, flowers, fruits, seeds or roots of 26 medicinal plants were dried in a microwave containing a steady-state-broadcasting magnetron which was adjusted to 300, 600, 900 or 1200 W. Compared with air-dried controls, the microwave-dried plant material tended to maintain a better appearance, judged by its colour intensity.

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