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    Fritillaria thunbergii Miq.
    Fritillaria is a genus of about 100 species of bulbous plants in the family Liliaceae, native to temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere. The name is derived from the Latin term for a dice-box (fritillus), and probably refers to the checkered pattern, frequently of chocolate-brown and greenish yellow, that is common to many species' flowers. Collectively, the genus is known in English as fritillaries; some North American species are called missionbells.
    Most fritillaries contain poisonous alkaloids such as imperialin; some may even be deadly if ingested in quantity. But the bulbs of a few species – e.g. Checker Lily (F. affinis) or Yellow Fritillary (F. pudica) – are edible if prepared correctly. They are not generally eaten in large amounts however, and their edibility is therefore still somewhat debatable.
    Fritillaria is also used as an herb in Traditional Chinese Medicine, known by the Chinese name Chuan Bei Mu,  Bulbus Fritillariae Cirrhosa.
    Fritillaria thunbergii Miq.
    Research products of Fritillaria thunbergii Miq.
    Catalog Product Name CAS Number Manual
    CFN98144Peimisine19773-24-1  PDF
    CFN99711Sipeimine61825-98-7  PDF
    CFN99990Tubeimoside I102040-03-9  PDF
    CFN99996Peimine23496-41-5  PDF
    CFN99997Peiminine18059-10-4  PDF
    CFN99916Beta-Sitosterol83-46-5  PDF
    CFN98117Beta-Carotene7235-40-7  PDF
    CFN90475Hupehenine98243-57-3  n/a
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