Q10 is short for Coenzyme Q10 (CoQ 10) or ubiquinone, Q10 is essentially a vitamin or vitamin-like substance. CoQ10 was first isolated from beef heart mitochondria by Dr. Frederick Crane of Wisconsin, U.S.A., in 1957. CoQ10 is known to be highly concentrated in heart muscle cells due to the high energy requirements of this cell type. The severity of heart failure correlates with the severity of CoQ10 deficiency.

The human body makes Coenzyme Q10 naturally, Coenzyme Q10 also acts as an antioxidant and helps cells to produce energy. Coenzyme Q10 is known o stimulate the immune system and protects the heart from damage caused by some chemotherapy drugs.
Quercitin is a bioflavonoid which is a type of nutrient that is found in some fruits and green, leafy vegetables, teas and beans. Quercitin can be a great benefit to your health when taken as a supplement to a healthy diet. Bioflavoniods are the nutrients necessary to maintaining the health of your skin. This is because they help to create collagen, the substance that keeps our skin firm and healthy.

Therefore, a lack of collagen can lead to wrinkles and the elasticity in your skin to weaken. Quercitin has also been shown to help the body improve the health of the capillaries and connective tissues. Quercitin has also been linked to helping to reduce bruising, varicose veins, capillaries, and edema. Quercitin has been known to block the release of histamine, which may help aid conditions brought on by allergies.