I also think it's interesting that we nearly always say "the whole gamut" when "gamut" means "whole", which makes "whole gamut" redundant; but it wouldn't sound right to just say "gamut". English is a funny language. Go out into the world and share the words, then return and share your funny stories.
Favorable to or promoting health; healthful: salubrious air.
Suint [soo-int, swint]
The natural grease of the wool of sheep, consisting of a mixture of fatty matter and potassium salts, used as a source of potash and in the preparation of ointments.
1. The entire scale or range: the gamut of dramatic emotion from grief to joy.2. Music .
a. the whole series of recognized musical notes.
b. the major scale.
The whole gamut of ointments made from suint are salubrious.