Buy Coenzyme Q10 (Ubidecarenone- CoQ10)

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drug typeCoenzyme Q1060 mg$17.99
drug typeCoenzyme Q10100 mg$18.99
drug typeCoenzyme Q10120 mg$27.99
drug typeCoenzyme Q10150 mg$20.99
drug typeCoenzyme Q10200 mg$24.99
drug typeCoenzyme Q10250 mg$30.99
drug typeCoenzyme Q10300 mg$30.99

Coenzyme Q10 Information

reviewed by reviwer portrait Dr. Bolanle Aina, Pharmacist on 2/1/2022 1:17:27 PM.

How and Where to Buy Coenzyme Q10 Online?

You can buy Coenzyme Q10 online through our Canadian International Pharmacy at huge savings. We offer RX and OTC medications online with a valid prescription from your doctor. At Canadian Pharmacy World, your health is our priority. You can place the order online, by mail, by fax or toll-free over the telephone at 1866-485-7979.

Are There Alternative Names for the Brand and Generic Coenzyme Q10?

Coenzyme Q10 is also known as Ubidecarenone is available from Canada and is manufactured by Valeant, Jamieson and Webber. We may sometimes carry the brand from Canada by Swiss Herbal. There is no generic form of this medication available.

What Dosages and Forms is Coenzyme Q10 available in?

Coenzyme Q10 is available in the dosage forms of 30 mg, 100 mg, 120 mg, 250 mg, and 300 mg. The 30 mg capsules of Coenzyme Q10 are manufactured by Valeant Pharmaceuticals and are available in the packaging of 60. The 100 mg soft gel capsules are manufactured by Webber Pharmaceuticals and are available in the packaging of 60. The 120 mg soft gel capsules are manufactured by Jamieson and are available in the packaging of 60 capsules. The 250 mg soft gel capsules are also manufactured by Jamieson and are available in the packaging of 45 capsules. The 300 mg capsules are manufactured by Valeant Pharmaceuticals and are available in the packaging of 30 capsules.

What is Coenzyme Q10 used for?

Coenzyme Q10 is a vitamin-like substance found naturally in our body, especially in the heart, liver, kidney, and pancreas. It is also known as ubiquinone and ubidecarenone. It is also present in the food we eat such as meat and seafood. It is a dietary supplement rather than a drug and is used for conditions that affect heart such as heart failure, chest pain, and high blood pressure. It is also used for the prevention of a migraine, improvement of vision in people with age-related vision loss, improvement of nerve damage and nerve pain in patients with diabetes, reduction of muscle pain and tiredness, improvement of immune function in patients with HIV/AIDS, treatment of Parkinson’s disease, and treatment of Huntington’s disease.

What Are The Possible Side Effects of Coenzyme Q10?

Side effects from taking Coenzyme Q10 are generally mild and rare. Some of the side effects include diarrhea, nausea, heartburn, stomach upset, loss of appetite, and vomiting, and allergic skin rashes on the skin. It can also cause a lowering of blood pressure, so it is important to check your blood pressure regularly. Coenzyme Q10 is safe for children when taken by mouth. However, it should not be used by children without medical supervision.

Are there any Precautions and Drug interactions for Coenzyme Q10?

Coenzyme should be used with caution in patients:

• Who are undergoing chemotherapy with a class of drugs known as alkylating agents. Coenzyme Q10 may decrease the effectiveness of these drugs. Some alkylating agents include busulfan, carboplatin, cisplatin, cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan), dacarbazine, thiotepa, and many others.

• Who have blood pressure problems. Coenzyme Q10 may lower blood pressure and increase the side effects of the medications used to lower blood pressure.

• Smoke. Cigarette smoking depletes the amount of Q10 stored by the body.

• Who have scheduled surgery. Coenzyme Q10 might interfere with blood pressure during and after surgery. Stop using this supplement at least 2 weeks before surgery.

• Who are pregnant or planning to become pregnant. It is best to avoid supplementation of Q10 in pregnancy.

• Who are breastfeeding. Enough data is not known about the use of Q10 during breastfeeding. It is best to stay on the safe side and avoid use during breastfeeding.

Drug interactions

It is important to tell your healthcare professional about all the medications that you are taking including any prescription, non-prescription drugs as wells as any herbal supplements. The medications which can interact with Coenzyme Q10 include:

• Anti-cancer medications such as busulfan, carboplatin, cisplatin, cyclophosphamide (Cytoxan), dacarbazine, thiotepa. It is possible that Coenzyme Q10 (an anti-oxidant) may decrease the effectiveness of these medications

• Medications used to lower blood pressure such as captopril enalapril, losartan, valsartan (Diovan), diltiazem (Cardizem), Amlodipine (Norvasc), hydrochlorothiazide (HydroDiuril), furosemide (Lasix). Coenzyme Q10 might potentiate the blood pressure lowering effect of these medications.

• Warfarin (an anticoagulant). Coenzyme Q10 might decrease the effectiveness of Warfarin by helping the blood to clot.

Coenzyme Q10 Storage and Safety Information

Coenzyme Q10 should be stored at a temperature between 15°C and 30°C. It should be kept out of sight and reach of children.

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