Q10 Coenzym (or ubiquinone)
Coenzyme Q10 is a molecule synthesized by our cells from many plant and animal tissues in food. In our body, it is found in the mitochondria, the organelles that produce energy within the cells.
Liposomes for better absorption
Coenzyme Q10's Eliphe formula is liposomal, meaning that it is transported inside cells in tiny lipid "bags" (liposomes) made of the same type of fat as the cell walls, through which it passes without difficulty. So there is no loss of substance during this journey.
The liposomal Coenzyme Q10 formula is in liquid form.
It is taken in drops that you simply add to spring water or a cold or hot drink such as herbal tea or fruit juice. To be taken ¼ before the meal.
It is suitable for all ages: 1 ml a day for a child, 1 ml once to three times a day for an adult.
1 ml = 1 whole dropper, i.e. 15/20 drops.