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|Product Name:||Coenzyme Q10||Specification:||10%,50%,98%|
|Appearance:||Yellow To Orange Powder||Application:||Cosmetics, Food, Pharm, Etc|
|Particle Size:||100% Pass Through 80 Mesh||Shelf Life:||24 Months|
|Storage:||Cool Dry Place||Dosage Form:||Powder|
Cas 303-98-0 Coenzyme Q10 Powder,
50% Yellow Coenzyme Q10 Powder,
98% Coenzyme Q10 Powder
Coenzyme Q10 Powder Yellow color Anti-aging 50%, 98%
What is Coenzyme Q10
Chemical formula of Coenzyme Q10 is C59H90O4, is a yellow or light yellow crystalline powder. In the light, acidic, alkaline, high temperature, oxidizing environment are unstable, in weak polar solvents and lipid substances solubility is large.
Coenzyme Q10, also known as "ubiquinone", is a natural fat-soluble vitamin found in a variety of organisms. Coenzyme Q10 is a natural antioxidant produced by cells themselves, which can improve the organism's immunity.
|Product name||Cozezyme Q10||Other Name||Ubiquinone|
|Specification||10% water soluble, 50%, 98%||CAS No.||303-98-0|
|Color||Yellow or light yellow crystalline powder||Formula||C59H90O4|
Although CoQ10 plays a key role in the body, most healthy people have enough CoQ10 naturally. There is some evidence that adding more -- in the form of CoQ10 supplements -- may be beneficial. Increasing age and some medical conditions are associated with dropping levels of CoQ10. But in these cases, it’s uncertain that adding CoQ10 will have an effect.CoQ10 has been used to treat many different conditions. There's evidence that CoQ10 supplements can lower blood pressure slightly. CoQ10 is also used to treat heart failure and other heart conditions, possibly helping to improve some symptoms and lessen future cardiac risks when combined with regular medications, but the evidence is conflicting.
Application of Coenzyme Q10
Though still controversial, some preliminary evidence suggests that CoQ10 may help to prevent or treat the adverse effects, such as muscle pains and liver problems, of taking statin-type cholesterol drugs.Preliminary studies have shown that CoQ10 may slow, but not stop, the progression of Alzheimer's disease. Additional research is needed to confirm this effect.CoQ10 has also been studied as a preventive treatment for migraine headaches, though it may take several months to work. It has also been studied for low sperm count, cancer, HIV, muscular dystrophy, Parkinson’s disease, gum disease, and many other conditions. However, the research has not found any conclusive benefits. Although CoQ10 is sometimes sold as an energy supplement, there is no evidence that it will boost energy in a typical person.
How much CoQ10 should you take?
There is no established ideal dose of CoQ10. Studies have used doses of CoQ10 ranging from 50 milligrams to 1,200 milligrams in adults, sometimes split into several doses over the course of a day. A typical daily dose is 100 milligrams to 200 milligrams. Follow the instructions on the bottle or get advice from your doctor or a dietitian. Keep in mind that different supplement brands might have different ingredients and strengths.
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