The rats in the normal group showed the hair was smooth and white, the reaction was flexible, the activity was normal, the bodyweight had no obvious change, the diet and drinking water were normal and the feces were hard and shaped. The rats in the model group showed varying degrees of mental malaise, loose, yellowish, dull hair, slow reaction, rapid weight loss, a significant reduction in food intake, arched back, gathering and lazy movement. It is also accompanied by symptoms such as bloody stool or diarrhea, feces adhesion to the anus and so on. One week after the end of the model, the mental state of the rats recovered to a certain extent, sparse stool, blood in the stool and weight gain; after treatment with SASP, the mental state, independent movement ability and bodyweight of UC rats recovered quickly and the number of stools decreased, the sparse stool disappeared and the feces formed. After intragastric installation of different doses of Ento-B, all the indexes of UC rats were recovered to a certain extent, in which the body weight of rats in the high dose Ento-B group recovered quickly, the phenomenon of sparse stool disappeared, the feces basically formed, the independent activity increased and the mental state was good.

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