Australian Approved Name (AAN): Ubiquinol-10
Common name/s and synonyms: Coenzyme Q10 di-hydro; Coenzyme Q10-hydroquinone; Reduced Ubiquinone Q10; Reduce Coenzyme Q10; Dihydrocoenzyme Q10
Molecular formula: C59H92O4
Molecular weight: 865.36
Maximum daily dose: 300mg
Warnings and Restrictions: When used as an excipient, the route of administration must be topical and the concentration in the medicine must be no more than 0.05%. Not to be included in medicines intended for use in the eye.
When for internal use, the maximum recommended daily dose must provide no more than 300 milligrams of ubiquinol-10.
When used in combination with ubidecarenone, the maximum recommended daily dose must provide no more than 300 mg of ubiquinol-10 and ubidecarenone combined.
The medicine requires the following warning statement on the medicine label:
WARF – Do not take while on warfarin therapy without medical advice.
Allowable purpose of the ingredient: Active. Excipient
TGA reference: Chemical Abstract Service