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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2: (a) Content of four alkaloids in the fuzi flake of different origins. Red represents the black attached piece and blue represents the White fuzi flake. The figure shows that no matter what the origin of the attachment, the content of the higenamine is significantly higher than the diester aconitine. (b) Dynamic changes in the content of four alkaloids during processing. With the increase of processing time, the degradation rate of three diester alkaloids is faster than that of higenamine and the contents of four alkaloids are significantly different with various processing time

Figure 2: (a) Content of four alkaloids in the fuzi flake of different origins. Red represents the black attached piece and blue represents the White fuzi flake. The figure shows that no matter what the origin of the attachment, the content of the higenamine is significantly higher than the diester aconitine. (b) Dynamic changes in the content of four alkaloids during processing. With the increase of processing time, the degradation rate of three diester alkaloids is faster than that of higenamine and the contents of four alkaloids are significantly different with various processing time