I am looking for a word which would mean "not an isolated substance". I would use "blend" or "mixture", but these would imply that the components where isolated in the first place and then blended together, while I would like the word to describe mostly things which where never isolated in the first place, for example fish oil vs. isolated docosahexaenoic acid (DHA, an omega-3 fatty acid, it is what the fish oil is consumed for).
Wikipedia writes about "mixture":
In chemistry, a mixture is a material system made up of two or more different substances which are mixed but are not combined chemically.
but calling fish oil a mixture (although theoretically perfectly right) seems slightly misleading if its pure fish oil, isolated from one type of fish, not mixed by humans with anything, just not isolated down to a single chemical substance (like Docosahexaenoic acid - DHA).
Is there a synonym to "mixture" which would not suggest the wrong idea, and perfectly convey the message I want to underline when talking for example about fish oil vs. isolated DHA?
Edit: This word is to be used as a category label, so there is no sentence around it. This category would list various products (like fish oil, Pycnogenol, chlorella, bentonite clay, essential oils) which are not a single, isolated chemical substance, but either a naturally occurring or man-made "mixture" of chemical elements. From the category name it should be obvious that isolated substances (like ascorbic acid) are NOT in that category, and not imply anything about whether the "mixture" is natural or man-made.