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is your product found in nature by itself? or is it a combination of things you put together in order to create a new product? also, is the product a tea you drink or a product you place on the skin?
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the USPTO would definitely look at the process and adding more than one ingredient. In order to get a patent your invention must be
this is something you could definitely get a patent for.
Per the language of the statute, any person who “invents or discovers any new and useful process, machine, manufacture, or composition of matter, or any new and useful improvement thereof, may obtain a patent,” subject to the conditions and requirements of the law. The word “process” is defined by law as a process, act, or method, and primarily includes industrial or technical processes. The term “machine” used in the statute needs no explanation. The term “manufacture” refers to articles that are made, and includes all manufactured articles. The term “composition of matter” relates to chemical compositions and may include mixtures of ingredients as well as new chemical compounds. These classes of subject matter taken together include practically everything that is made by man and the processes for making the products.
so long as this is new and novel and not something that someone already has a patent for. does that make sense?
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