entireness


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Other researchers recognize the complex nature of plants and advocate the use of whole essential oils: "Indeed, [essential oils'] complex chemical composition makes it difficult to envisage a single mechanism underlying the entireness of the biological effect, which is likely the sum and/or synergy of the biological activity of each component.
It can be noted that there is a meaningful relationship between identical features--stability in exciting--responsibility and entireness with problem base methods in mothers that have children with autistic disordering.
You give the rays, I the englobed full sun; I give the river, you the separate springs: My motherhood's all my child's with all it brings--None takes the strong entireness from her: none.
In protection of structural entireness of cells and tissues and in performing their normal functions the protection of existing balance between oxidant and antioxidant system is very important.