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- Sep 5, 2020
- DX FIBRO
I'm not sure how you get things locally in the US, in Germany since our local pharmacies can order a lot inside of a few hours. But looking in my German online pharmacy platform for ALA and Q10 shows me 50 products and 812 products respectively, which is luxurious compared to for instance the serrapeptase I'm using, which only has 1 (the most extreme case), altho amazon has more products (not a place I'd want to get some if I have the alternative, tho... ).haven't yet found the alpha lipoic acid and the coQ10 that Jemima is suggesting
I'm thinking at least the "coQ10" might've got you confused, as it's a comparatively little used abbreviation: co = coenzyme, Q10 is a form of the co-enzyme Q, also called ubiquinone, and one of the forms of Q10 is called ubiquinol, so this might help you to find it.
ALA doesn't really have a much used alternative name, lipoic acid or thioctic acid are only occasionally used.