Re: has anyone seen CoQ10 in liquid dropper?
- The CoQ10 gelcaps I bought are in a base of rice bran oil, gelatin,
glycerin, beeswax/soybean oil mixture & lecithin. Thank you for the
info. Also, thanks for sharing the price info on the meds. All of
the info from everyone re: pricing has opened my eyes that I need to
buy the atenolol elsewhere.
--- In email@example.com, "N. J. LionStorm
<JoyOfSiamese@c...>" <JoyOfSiamese@c...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Steph <sschoff@e...>"absorbed
> <sschoff@e...> wrote:
> > I don't even know if it comes this way. Thanks, Steph >
> Gentle Folk,
> Greetings, Steph. You may already know that CoQ10 is best
> in the presence of fat. Vegetable oil is healthier for humansthan
> animal fat, which is why CoQ10 comes suspended in vegetable oilhelps.
> either in liquid bottles (with dropper) or soft gelcaps. However,
> cats don't utilize vegetable oil well, so to make sure my cat gets
> maximum CoQ10 absorption I purchase CoQ10 in the dry form (in
> capsules, not tabs). To serve I open a capsule and mix into the
> cat's 'wet' food which already contains animal fat. Hopes this
> Nancy LionStorm, and:
> Confidence-on-a-Rainy-Day (17 yr. old Domestic Short Hair tabby
> Lucky-To-Be-Alive (12 yr. old black Oriental Short Hair mix)Long
> Fortune-Silver-Cloud (6 yr. old silver Domestic Short Hair)
> Samantha-Joy-Queen-of-Heaven (11 mo. old tabby & white Domestic
> Hair w/HCM)
> Cassandra-Soothsayer-Mystic-Seeress (8 mo. old blue point Balinese)
> And in memory of the angel cats:
> The-General-Chauncey-Beardsly-Peddleton-the-Third (2-4 yr., d.
> 10/17/1986, Tongue Cancer. Orange Tabby DSH)
> History-Repeats-Herself (16 yr., d. 4/10/2001, CRF, black DSH)
> Jasmin-Pretty-Cat-Calico-Persian-Extraordinaire (15 yr., d.
> 1/21/2002, HyperT, IBD, HCM)