Less SO2 residue may not indicate higher quality, better efficacy and weaker toxicity of sulfur-fumigated herbs: Ginseng, a pilot study

Shan Shan Zhou, Jia Wei Hu, Ming Kong, Jin Di Xu, Hong Shen, Hubiao CHEN, Ming Qin Shen, Jun XU, Song Lin Li*

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