A new oil used to make edible machines has been tested on a group of humans who were exposed to it in an experimental test.
The oil has been shown to help people feel better after a viral infection, and it is currently being used in research to help treat people with cystic fibrosis.
Edible machines are devices that use an edible oil or other food as a catalyst to produce food.
It is one of many products made from edible oils that could help patients with chronic diseases.
The idea of making edible machines is relatively new, and there are only a few that are commercially available, said Dr Samir Nizami, who heads the Food Research Institute at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
“We’ve known that it can help people with MS, but it’s not something that is commercially available.
This oil has a long history of being used for people with these conditions,” Dr Nizini said.
The study, published in the journal PLoS ONE, involved 15 volunteers in Australia.
“We were able to take the oil and make a machine that you could use to make a product for your pet,” Dr. Nizii said.
“In other words, we can make a little device for your cat or dog.”
The oil is made from a variety of edible oils including peanut butter, butter, cocoa butter, olive oil, and grapeseed oil.
The researchers then added a solution of vitamins C and E, and then added the solution to the human volunteers.
The volunteers used a computer to simulate a range of reactions to the oil.
“It’s a little like making a pill.
It has a little bit of the ingredients in it, but the pill has a lot of the nutrients,” Dr Jorgen Eriksson, a senior scientist at the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), said in a statement.
The results of the study have been compared with results from other human studies that found the same benefits.
The FDA also tested edible oil in a test of people with lung disease.
The drug company, Biogen Idec, did not respond to a request for comment.
The Food and Drugs Administration (US FDA) says the safety of edible oil products has not yet been established, but Dr Nissi said the new study was interesting.
“There’s some evidence that it has some potential benefits in the prevention of MS,” Dr Sjostrom said.
This is because the oil is derived from plant oils, which have the same chemical structure as the proteins that make up the cells of the body.
“The human body has the same molecules that make us all up,” he said.
People with MS have a number of problems with their immune system.
These include inflammation of the central nervous system, and the lack of the immune system’s ability to destroy the virus.
It can take several weeks for the immune response to kick in.
The first symptoms of MS may be a loss of appetite, muscle spasms, or stiffness in the extremities.
It may also be associated with fatigue, sleep problems, difficulty walking, and difficulty getting around.
The Mayo Clinic said that people with severe MS are also more likely to suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome, which can lead to other problems including a sense of being tired, headaches, muscle weakness, muscle cramps, and even pain in the legs.
Dr. Sjotovic added that there are several types of edible machine oils.
Some of the most popular types include coconut oil, soybean oil, palm oil, corn oil, olive, and peanut butter.