Jone Davies
Jone Davies answered

With the in-depth study of enzymes and more and more understanding, complex enzymes rich in high-concentration SOD have played an increasingly significant role in the conditioning of diseases.

Enzyme therapy has gradually been recognized, and the application of various enzyme preparations in clinical practice is becoming more and more common. Such as trypsin, chymotrypsin, etc., can … Read more

Lee Good
Lee Good answered

Thanks for the guide! I guess the first and the most important factors is the quality of the seeds. Honestly I never even tried to grow weed, but I have huge experience in growing other plants, and the quality of seeds and other planting material is the base of success. The plants must grow in … Read more

Darik Majoren
Darik Majoren answered Anonymous' question

Many view animals as not "Feeling" in emotional ways as humans. Anyone who has been close to an animal of ANY kind knows that the responses from animals aren't merely conditioned, but "Felt" by the animal. While they may give in more to their impulsive instincts, they desire affection and love.

IF a cloned animal can … Read more