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The patent lies in the extraction, isolation, manufacture and 'tweaking the dose'.  ;)
-Edvard (August 16, 2013, 12:23 PM)
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That's not quite true. What you've described isn't patentable. You can't patent orange juice. However, if you alter the chemical composition of orange juice, you may be able to patent that. Simply creating extracts isn't "non-obvious" or "innovative". e.g. Taking something that works, then creating some random bastardization of it that still kind of works isn't innovative, but it's non-obvious, because most people aren't twisted or demented enough to realize the genius of creating an inferior product is actually an innovation and very profitable. :P ;D


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