Coenzym Q10 50 mg Lozenges

Natural energy for your cellular power plants.

Burgerstein Q10 lozenges contain 50 mg natural coenzyme Q10 (ubiquinone) from gently fermented yeast cells. The lozenges with natural orange flavour are gentle on teeth and the coenzyme Q10 is absorbed particularly quickly and efficiently through the oral mucosa

The oral supply of coenzyme Q10 reduces the prevailing inflammatory processes. It counteracts the development of deep gingival pockets and supports the regeneration process. The supplementary treatment with coenzyme Q10 is therefore a significant component of a comprehensive periodontitis treatment.

What exactly is Coezyme Q10?
Few know what this "Q10" can really do. Also known as ubiquinone, it is a fat-soluble, vitamin-like substance that is found in almost all human tissues. Coenzyme Q10 gets the energy flow of the cells going and counteracts a lack of energy. Coenzyme Q10 is found in the mitochondria (power plants of the cells), in the blood and in the cell membranes, among other places. However, it is particularly important for those organs that have a high density of mitochondria. These are primarily the sensory organs, i.e. the olfactory bulb, retina and brain, and secondarily the heart and skeletal muscles, liver and pancreas. The performance of these organs is therefore particularly dependent on Q10.

The product is suitable for vegans and vegetarians. ( vegan / vegi / vegetarian)

40 Piece / Lozenges
PZN 5209093
RRP 25,90 €
100 Piece / Lozenges
PZN 4802311
RRP 53,90 €
Recommended intake
2 lozenges / day

Coenzyme Q10 lozenges support...

Woman, Man, 35+, Vegetarian & Vegan

  • ... persons aged 35 and over
    With increasing age, the body's own production decreases
  • ... for gum problems
    Coenzyme Q10 is currently the most effective antioxidant for use in inflammation of the periodontium.
  • ... all those who do not want to or cannot swallow capsules
  • ... all persons for daily food supplementation
  • ... all living body cells during energy production
  • ... people who take cholesterol-lowering drugs
    Cholesterol-lowering drugs (statins) reduce the body's own coenzyme Q10 production.
  • ... and protect performance through an optimized immune system.
  • ... people over 40 years of age, chronically stressed people, athletes and people with a low-fat diet.

Functions of Q10 in the body

Coenzyme Q10, which is produced in the human body, has three main functions:

  • It plays an indispensable role in the mitochondrial energy production of every single cell and is thus significant for the vitality and health of tissues and organs.
  • It is a highly effective fat-soluble antioxidant that protects cell membranes and other structures from oxidative damage and reactivates (recycles) other depleted antioxidants (such as vitamin C and vitamin E).
  • Coenzyme Q10 influences gene expression and has an anti-inflammatory effect, for example.

In the course of life, the body's own production of coenzyme Q10 and the ability of our body to replenish these stocks constantly decreases. 

Nutritional values Per daily portion
(2 lozenges)
Coenzyme Q10 (Ubiquinone) 100,00 mg
bread units (1BE ≙12 g of carbohydrates) 0,20

Intake recommendation

Suck 2 tablets daily.

Consumer group

Men, Women, 50+, Vegans, Vegetarians

Field of use

Energy, Basic supply, Gum problems/periodontitis, Cholesterol


Filler (mannitol), sweetener (sorbitol), coenzyme Q10 (ubiquinone), acidifier (citric acid), anti-caking agent (magnesium salts from fatty acids), flavouring (orange), stabilizer (polyvinyl pyrrolidone).

Additional information

Food supplements are not a substitute for a balanced nutrition. A balanced nutrition and a healthy lifestyle are important. Do not exceed the recommended daily dose. Store out of the reach of small children and at room temperature - please follow the corresponding package instructions. | RRP: Recommended Retail Price.



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