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Could someone tell me that is this possible to write moreover between two commas?

Therefore, it is concluded that the two herbs named garlic and the black seeds may be good alternative choices for chemical drugs, moreover, these two anti-parasitic Herbs can be considered as harmless and affordable additives.....

Thank you in advance

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    I have no time to check any references, but I think you need at least a semi-colon (instead of a comma) before moreover, or you could break them into two sentences, or else what you have is a run-on sentence. – Damkerng T. Dec 26 '14 at 23:23
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Yes, it is common to write it this way. If you think how you would naturally speak this, there would be a pause before and after moreover.

There are some example sentences you can check here: moreover

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