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Natural Factors, Coenzyme Q10, Enhanced Absorption, 100 mg, 60 Softgels

$11.20
$22.95
Savings of: $11.75 (51% off)
4.4 out of 5 based on 1110 reviews
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아.....수상스멜

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Posted by 5248833957429343020 on Aug 07, 2013

이거 공짜로 뿌려서 좋다고 담았는데,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, 코큐텐 원산지가 일본이라면서요? 지금 혼란스러움 일단 먹고있는데.. 피폭당하기 쉬룸.....하 만약에 일본이라서 떨이처리하는거면 네츄럴펙터스 이러지 말라그.,.

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allergy ?

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Posted by droopyyoupi on Sep 17, 2013

my mother got red all over her face and felt like burning when taking it her ears were very red too

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consignment issue

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Posted by 5748894264222340440 on Aug 01, 2013

consignment arrived with all capsules coalesced together as though they had been exposed to high temperature.i havent been able to use.

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Didn't affect me

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Posted by 5578665649360553831 on Aug 06, 2013

Didn't affect on me. Felt like I was taking nothing.

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No noticeable effects at this dosage and expensive

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Posted by NaturalMum on Mar 02, 2015

I used this product for two months but didn't notice any benefits from it. For treatment of migraines however a dose of 300mg may be more appropriate from what I've now read but this is too expensive for me to try and for now at least I'll just stick with my cheaper magnesium supplement that seems to be helping. Also stopped as not deemed safe for nursing mothers. Please click 'yes' if you found this review helpful and click my NaturalMum link above for more reviews on natural beauty products, vitamins and supplements.

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