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PEM experiment = COQ10 Any volunteers?

Discussion in 'Post-Exertional Malaise, Fatigue, and Crashes' started by lnester7, Jun 24, 2014.

  1. Gingergrrl

    Gingergrrl Community Support Volunteer

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    @Inester7 I didn't know there was a gel type. How is it different? I am using raw coQ10 from "garden of life" brand.
     
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    @Gingergrrl43 The ones I take are like cap gels. I have tried the solid ones and no results, I have notice huge difference between brands. I react so well to COQ10 in less than an hour I see huge difference, with some brands I feel nothing. I also do not do as well on the active form (ubiquonine) Some people do better with that form. So play with it before giving up on it.
     
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    @Inester7, the kind I take are a gel cap and the gel contains a special lipid covering so they are more absorbable. I misunderstood your question and thought you meant an actual gel (that you spread like a cream!)
     
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