Product costs too much! In relation to other supplements CO-Q-10 is not a good buy. I take this as a combination of supplements to avert taking statin drugs for high cholesterol. With my insurance copay however, Lipitor is cheaper than a months supply of Red Yeast Rice, Non-flushing Niacin and Co-Q-10, and it's the Co-Q-10 that's breaking the budget. For those of us that want to avoid Lipitor because of the sideaffects, couldn't you package the three supplements that I just mentioned in a way that they would at least cost no more than the copay on Lipitor? My Lipitor copay is $30/month.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
I read about CO-Q10 being good for headaches. I take one tablet of 200mg or higher each day and I don't get headaches as often, and when I do get one all I have to do is take 2 pain relievers (Tylenol, Advil, etc.) and it goes away. Before CO-Q10, I lived with migraine type headaches every day and would end up taking 9-12 pain relievers each day before finally getting relief. CO-Q10 is now a part of my daily vitamin regimen.
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