iHerb Customer Reviews
Tried Ubiquinol 100mg Softgels for 1st Time at 74 years
10 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1856997 on Jul 21, 2011
I believe the changes in my health were rather slow and subtle due to starting Ubiqinol 100mg. But upon reflecting back I can see that I am now considerably less passive about doing things. I find myself now attacking projects where previously I had procrastinated. I feel younger and stronger, more vibrant.
8 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer3051642 on Nov 10, 2009
I believe in coQ10 enzyme (Ubiquinol), have been taking it for more than a year. At 82 years of age, there are things that might be wrong with me, but if there aren't, or are not progressing, then I attribute it to Ubiquinol. My digestion is certainly improved, and cardiovascular system is holding its own. Thanks, and best wishes.
Ubiquinol, 100mg, 150 Softgels to Western Australia
6 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1726694 on Nov 03, 2009
I odered one bottle and it came via Internatioal Post and was received without having to go through Australian Quarantine Service. Product received in excellent order and very happy with the results after taking them for 1 week. However one of my friends who ordered 2 bottles of same item was not so happy as his came via DHL courier and had to pay USD 44.00 of Quarantine fees. Suggest iherb work with DHL on this issue as it makes ordering this item very unattractive if the quarantine issue is not resolved. I still have people keen to order the items but have been put off by the extra fees. Hope iherb can get DHL to work with AQS on this.
Rather good value for money...
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1944996 on Feb 23, 2009
I've read quite a few resources about Ubiquinone and Ubiquinol and finally decided to get this. This is the 2nd day I've been taking this(2 per day) and I feel more energetic. The only bad thing is that it contains soy(soy lecithin) which has been widely proven that many non-fermented forms are linked to dementia and other issues like inbalanced estrogen levels, a reason why many in Asia suffer from certain types of cancer. Still, this is rather good value for money but it'd be even better if Healthy Origins dropped the soy.
3 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2973721 on Nov 16, 2008
Been taking ubiquinol for a few months now and definately finding that i have more energy and skin is more radient.