Each Capsule Contains:
Carson contains Coenzyme Q10, which is Fat soluble, vitamin-like substance, present & produced endogenously in human cells, primarily in Mitochondria. This is also found in some foods.
Carson (coenzyme Q10) is a component of the Electron Transport Chain and participates in aerobic cellular respiration, generating energy in the form of ATP. 95% of the human body’s energy is generated this way.
Is a cellular energizer, potent antioxidant and antioxidant regenerator that helps improve cardiac ATP levels and also protects Nitric oxide from oxidative damage. Carson protects follicles from oxidative damage and helps follicles to mature and ovum induction improves sperm count and kinetic features in patients affected by idiopathic Asthenozoospermia. Carson when used for a longer period of time helps to reduce wrinkles and keep your skin young and Rejuvenating.
Carson supplementation along with the standard therapy improves the symptoms associated with Depression. COQ10 itself has anti-depressant activity because of its vital role in improving mitochondrial function and potent Anti-inflammatory properties.
As per clinical trials published in the International Journal Coenzyme Q10 is beneficial for the following patients:
CoQ10 supplements appear to be safe and produce few side effects when taken as directed. Mild side effects might include digestive problems such as:
CoQ10 can cause allergic skin rashes in some people. It also might lower blood pressure, so check your blood pressure carefully if you have very low blood pressure.
Carson should not be combined with high blood pressure medications since it may cause blood pressure to drop too low. Combining Coenzyme Q10 with Warfarin may increase the risk of deadly clots.
Coenzyme Q10 is good for?
Coenzyme Q10 is good for treating cardiovascular disorders (heart disease), and brain health, controlling blood pressure, and lowering the risk of heart attacks.
Which medication interacts with Coenzyme Q10?
Coenzyme Q10 may interact with blood thinners (Warfarin), blood pressure medicines, and some cancer medications.
How do we find Coenzyme Q10 naturally?
Coenzyme Q10 is naturally present in meat, egg, fish, whole grains, and nuts. However, these are insufficient to produce CoQ10 in your body; therefore, supplements are provided.
Is there another way to get Coenzyme Q10 than capsules?
Coenzyme Q10 supplements are available in several forms, including capsules, soft gels, liquids, and gummies.
How should I store this medication?
Store Carson capsules in a cool and dry place.