Setting up condition for two positive effects of different scales

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Title may not be the best way to describe it, but here goes...

I decided to give Noah a self-made skill which I dubbed "Pillars of Light". What this skill is meant to do is heal the user (pretty easy, use HP recover damage type) BUT I also want it to buff the entire active party with a large ATK boost. How do I do this?
 

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Use formula box for the script call, assume you gonna use state to buff all party members
Code:
$game_party.members.each {|m| m.add_state(id)}; <write the formula here>
 
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Use formula box for the script call, assume you gonna use state to buff all party members
Code:
$game_party.members.each {|m| m.add_state(id)}; <write the formula here>

There's no state (and no option to add the buff to a state) that remotely does that. Such an option appears in the skill window itself.

EDIT: Found the option. Next step is ensuring the buff does not refresh while active. Formula is currently:
$game_party.members.each {|m| m.add_state(26)}; (15 * a.mat) + (10 * a.atk)
 

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