nonsynthetic


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Adj.1.nonsynthetic - involving or derived from living organisms; free from chemical treatments or additives; "organic gardening is more natural"; "nonsynthetic fertilizer"
organic - being or relating to or derived from or having properties characteristic of living organisms; "organic life"; "organic growth"; "organic remains found in rock"
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119) More fundamentally, nonsynthetic drugs are rarely presented in conventional marketplaces as "products," marketed in colorful packaging on store shelves to appeal to teenagers, or labeled as consumer commodities in an attempt to evade regulation.
Electro Lube is a mixture of natural, nonsynthetic, nonflammable, nonallergenic biocompatible phospholipids with no known side effects associated with patient use.
But Andanar said that those using nonsynthetic substances and others regarded as occasional users may still undergo rehabilitation in government-funded institutions.
Bringing nutrition to new levels with nonsynthetic activated vitamins--the most absorbable molecules of nutrients and healthy binders --is the standard for unomi supplements, says Machemehl Helmly.
In contrast, during the same period, only 13 cases were logged by ToxIC involving nonsynthetic cannabinoids (i.
That current staffing is not well-suited to the creation of synthetic data creates a bias toward nonsynthetic data techniques.
For Hardt and Negri, the multitude--a nonsynthetic, ontologically plural revolutionary subject--emerges from the transformations in the means of production that have taken place during the late stages of capitalist development (see Hardt and Negri, 2004; Virno, 2006).
A Munich based start-up company has succeeded in making available natural, nonsynthetic melatonin for the first time.
Obvious examples include insulin, which in its earliest, nonsynthetic form was manufactured from the pancreatic enzymes of pigs and calves, Primarin, an estrogen derived from pregnant mare's urine, and the anticoagulant Viprinex, which uses the venom of the Malaysian pit viper.
Caution should be taken to avoid infections through cleanliness, emptying of bladder before massaging, and using a nonsynthetic, natural lubricant such as olive oil; women with vaginal infections or herpes lesions should not massage as the massage could worsen symptoms (Sampselle et al.
Field evaluation of nonsynthetic insecticides for the management of insect pests of okra Abelmoschus esculentus (L.
It bolsters the performance of older nonsynthetic transmission fluids.