Generating energy within the body's cell

Water Soluble Coenzyme Q10 also available


Certificate of Analysis (Origin: Japan)
Date of Manufacture: January 14, 2006 - Lot No.UE060AW
Shelf Life: 2 years after the date of manufacture
Test Specifications Results
Description Crystalline powder, yellow to orange, odorless & tasteless Conforms
a) IR
Conforms to standard spectrum Conforms
b) Color reaction Blue color appears Conforms
Heavy metals not more than 20ppm Conforms
Water not more than 0.2% 0.01%
Residue on ignition not more than 0.1% 0.00%
Assay 98.0 - 101.0% 99.2%
a) Coenzyme Q7, Q8, Q9, Q11 and
related impurities
not more than 1.0% 0.49%
b) Z-isomer and related impurities not more than 1.0% 0.57%
c) Total impurities
{Calculate the sum of the percentages
obtained by Purity (a) and Purity (b)}
not more than 1.5% 1.06%
Total plate count not more than 1000cfu/g passed
E. Coliform negative negative
The above statements are true and correct
and they fully correspond to the specifications in USP XXVII.

Our Ubidecarenone (Coenzyme Q10) is produced in the plant conforming to all the requirements of the Japanese Good Manufacturing Practice (Regulations for Manufacturing Control and Quality Control of Drugs and Quasi-drugs and Regulations for Buildings and Facilities for Pharmacies, etc.) laid down in accordance with the recommendation of the World Health Organization.

Commercial Production of CoQ10 Supplements
The Solanesol Method

The first CoQ10 to be admitted as a pharmaceutical ingredient in Japan was produced by the solanesol method. Plants from the Solanaceae family contain a nine-isoprenoid long alcohol known as solanesol. Solanesol is first extracted from the plant and is then converted to a ten-isoprenoid compound called decaprenol. During the final step, the decaprenol is reacted with hydroquninone to produce CoQ10. The CoQ10 produced by the solanesol method has a long history of safety and efficacy. The compound actually extracted from the tobacco leaf is the solanesol. The process begins with a n-hexane extraction. The solvent is removed by molecular distillation.

With this method, both trans and cis forms of CoQ10 are formed but subsequent purification steps reduce the quantity of cis isomers to below 0.5%.

Material Safety Data Sheet

Water Soluble Coenzyme Q10
Product Specifications
Liquid Type 10%

Yellow to orange viscous liquid

Assay: more than 9.8%

Arsenic: less than 2 ppm

Heavy metals:
less than 20 ppm

Total plate count:
less than 1000cfu/g

E. Coliform: negative
Powder Type 40%

Yellow to orange powder

Water: less than 5%

Assay: more than 39.2%

Arsenic: less than 2 ppm

Heavy metals:
less than 20 ppm

Total plate count:
less than 1000cfu/g

E. Coliform: negative

Water Dispersibility:
dispersed evenly in purified water after 20 minute stirring, and no floating or sediments over 1mm thick observed after being left untouched for 30 minutes.
Powder Type 5%

Yellow to orange powder
or granule

Water: less than 5%

Assay: more than 4.9%

Arsenic: less than 2 ppm

Heavy metals:
less than 20 ppm

Total plate count:
less than 1000cfu/g

E. Coliform: negative

Coenzyme Q10 Soft Capsule

CoQ10 100mg capsules (US patent)

CoQ10: 100mg
Mix tocopherol, Rice germ oil, Gelatin, Glycerin, Bees wax, Dunaliera carotene, Pigment, Titanic oxide
Total: 580mg/capsule (Soft gelatin coating)

Nutrition Information (per capsule)
Energy: 3.84 kcal
Protein: 0.167g
Fat: 0.318g
Carbohydrate: 0.077g
Sodium: 0.715mg

Daily dosage: 1 capsule

Coenzyme Q100, retail packed
100mg CoQ10 contained in one soft capsule

CoQ10 50mg capsules

CoQ10: 50mg
Peanut oil, Emulsifier
Total: 200mg/capsule (Soft gelatin coating)

Daily dosage: 2 capsules

CoQ10 30mg capsules

CoQ10: 30mg
Brown rice germ oil, Emulsifier
Total: 360mg/capsule (Soft gelatin coating)

Daily dosage: 3 capsules

It is needed to supplement the diet with Coenzyme Q10 for those who..........
want to nourish their immune system
want to strengthen their heart
want to keep up vigor and youth