💬Is it safe when I take pqq with coq10?
It is safe to use PQQ and CoQ10 together.
PQQ is an oxidoreductase enzyme, widely found in microorganisms, plants and animals, with the role of promoting electron transfer in the mitochondrial respiratory chain. It has a variety of physiological effects including improving cardiovascular function, enhancing immune function, and protecting the liver.
CoQ10 is a fat-soluble quinone compound present in cells, which has the effect of improving the efficiency of cellular energy metabolism, antioxidant and anti-aging. It is often used to improve the treatment of diseases such as cardiovascular disease and cancer.
Due to the different intracellular localization and mechanism of action of PQQ and CoQ10, they do not interfere or inhibit each other when used simultaneously. In addition, there are no reports showing adverse reactions or side effects associated with their concurrent use.
Therefore, simultaneous use of PQQ and CoQ10 is safe. Please note, however, that caution may be required or avoidance may be necessary for certain specific groups of people (e.g., those with allergies). Before using any supplement, it is recommended to consult a doctor or dietitian for advice.
💬which groups of people are not suitable for pqq supplement or coQ10 supplement?
The following people are not suitable to use PQQ or CoQ10:
1.Allergic people: People who are allergic to PQQ or CoQ10 may experience allergic reactions after use, such as itching, redness and swelling of the skin, and difficulty in breathing.
2.Pregnant and lactating women: Although PQQ and CoQ10 are safe for pregnant and lactating women at certain dosages, it is recommended that they be used under medical supervision in order to ensure the health of mother and child.
3.People with hepatic and renal insufficiency:
PQQ and CoQ10 need to be metabolized and excreted through the liver and kidneys, so use by people with hepatic and renal insufficiency may aggravate the burden on the liver and kidneys and affect the condition.
4.People taking anticoagulant drugs: PQQ and CoQ10 have anticoagulant effects, so people taking anticoagulant drugs should avoid using them at the same time.
5.People with sensitive gastrointestinal tract: Some people may be intolerant to the ingredients of PQQ or CoQ10, and experience gastrointestinal discomfort, diarrhea and other adverse reactions.
（IMP）Please note that the use of PQQ or CoQ10 is not absolutely prohibited for the above groups of people, but they should consult their doctors or dietitians for advice before use to ensure safety and effectiveness.