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No it wouldn't? You'd also have to prove that your compound was the same chemical purity as the one used by the actual company, and that you vehicle was the same.
If you can't even guarantee purity and using lower percent than the optimum one given by phase 2 then I don't even understand what are you trying to achieve.
I really don't think the vehicle would make a big differenceu but if it does we have the exact composition of the one in the patent so you could just use that.
Not much. Maybe maintenance for half a year then losing ground again. That stuff is so weak it will only work for the least aggressive cases. It may just be another Trinov.So, what can we expect from Breezula?