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What Is CoQ10?

CoQ10 is well known for its heart and vascular health benefits. By helping the cellular powerhouses known as mitochondria burn fuel more effectively, CoQ10 is able to protect not only the heart but every cell in your body. That’s why scientists are growing increasingly fascinated with the role of CoQ10 in tissues beyond the cardiovascular system.

Research shows CoQ10’s protective effects in the brain and nervous system, in asthma and chronic lung disease, in diabetes and the metabolic syndrome, on ocular health, and even on the aging immune system. But, in order to benefit from this anti-aging power, you must use a bioavailable form of CoQ10 your cells can actually use.

The problem is, most CoQ10 supplements on the market fail to pass this test!


CoQ10 Levels Plummet With Age

Ordinary CoQ10 Supplements Have Three Big Problems


Prone to Oxidation

You know how if you leave a metal tool outside for any length of time it will start to rust.

Well scientists call this process oxidation …And CoQ10 that is exposed to oxygen, light, or heat  starts to break down and “rust” just like those metal tools.

Which can be extremely dangerous… Because oxidized oils can cause all sorts of problems in the body like inflammation and DNA damage.



Difficult for the Body to Absorb

CoQ10 is extremely difficult for the body to absorb because it’s not able to cross the gut barrier. In fact, research shows less than 6% of regular CoQ10 makes it through the gastro-intestinal tract and into the bloodstream.


To Big for Cells to Utalize

If…and that’s a big if… CoQ10 gets through the intestinal tract and into the blood stream there’s still little chance it makes it into your cells where it can work it’s magic.

You see, CoQ10 is a massive molecule. Trying to fit CoQ10 into cells is like trying to park a school bus in a one car garage… It just doesn’t work! Because ordinary CoQ10 molecules are so big, the body will simply discreet it as waste. 

We Solved Each Problem

Introducing A Cutting-Edge, Bioavailable CoQ10 Formula

Because ordinary CoQ10 isn’t bioavailable, it must be improved into a form that’s protected from oxidation, can penetrate through the gut barrier, all while being small enough to make it into your cells. Using the patented (S-E-S) Method, scientists have solved each of these problems, and produced a CoQ10 100% more powerful than regular CoQ10. Ouro CoQ10 contains the a full daily dose of this male aging breakthrough.  


The Power of CoQ10



CoQ10 is found throughout the entire body, but nowhere more than in the heart. Without energy from CoQ10, the heart begins to “tire”, resulting in less blood flow, irregular beating, and dangerous thickening of the artery walls.

Taking 200 mg of CoQ10 is shown to improve heart function, irregular heartbeat, reduce heart wall thickness. In fact, one 2015 survey found CoQ10 was the top supplement recommended by cardiologists.


Reduces Blood Pressure

Numerous studies of people with high blood pressure have found that supplementing with CoQ10 reduces blood pressure to healthy levels. One study showed CoQ10 can reduce systolic pressure up to 11% and diastolic pressure up to 12%.


Cholesterol Level Support

Since CoQ10 is crucial for heart health, you’re probably not surprised to hear it’s also an effective supplement to support cholesterol levels. One study published in the Journal, Lipids in Health and Disease,  found CoQ10 supplementation significantly lowered total cholesterol levels while increasing HDL (Good cholesterol) levels. 

CoQ10 becomes even more important for you if you’re currently on statins for high cholesterol levels. Clinical research suggests that low CoQ10 levels could be to blame for some side effects associated with statin use. Research published in Archives of Neurology  suggested that statin (Atorvastatin) usage decreased CoQ10 levels in the blood of patients, reporting a 49% reduction in just 30 days.



Inflammation is a key factor in how well or not well we age. It’s connected to everything from joint pain, mental fatigue, to hair loss. In a meta-analysis of 17 studies researchers concluded that CoQ10 plummeted levels of CRP, IL-6, and TNF-α – the major indictors of inflammation.



CoQ10 is shown to quickly boost energy levels by 33% because it plays a key role in how mitochondria work. Mitochondria are the biological “powerplants” that produce the energy every single cell in your body needs to thrive. Muscle cells, heart cells, even brain cells… they all rely on mitochondria.

Simply put, it’s CoQ10 that tells the mitochondria whether or not to produce energy.



Your body uses antioxidants to combat free radicals. Free radicals are unstable particles that are created as a result of millions of chemical reactions in the body. They can cause oxidative stress and damage on a cellular level. CoQ10 is shown to preserve muscle mass through its potent antioxidant power. Plus, low levels of CoQ10 are directly correlated to lower levels of muscle mass.

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Brain Protection

Your brain uses more energy than any other organ in the body. In fact, 20% of all energy is used by the brain. CoQ10 being the cellular energize, it makes sense your brain loves as much CoQQ10 as it can get.

CoQ10 is shown to reduce oxidative stress, beta-amyloid plaques, and tau proteins in the brain – all major signs of declining cognition and memory.

Introducing the (S-E-S) Method


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First, we take pure CoQ10 and combine it with tocopherols, a powerful and natural form of Vitamin E. Tocopherols are a potent antioxidant and protect CoQ10 like a biological shield from heat, oxygen, and light. That way you know you’re getting pure, in-tact CoQ10 ready to do its job.

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Next, our CoQ10 is carefully encapsulated in a special soft-gel that dramatically enhances it's absorption. Inside this soft-gel are “transporting fats” that attach to the CoQ10 molecule and allow it to cross your gut barrier with ease.

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Finally, we added d-Limonene. Extracted from the oil of citrus fruits, d-Limonene is a natural solvent. D-limonene shrinks the large CoQ10 compound into a smaller CoQ10 molecule that can flow into your cells where it can work its energizing magic.

The End Result Is A Superior CoQ10 Supplement for Men

In one double-blind, randomized, human study scientists compared the effectiveness of CoQ10 boosted by the (S-E-S) method… versus standard CoQ10 in 30 healthy subjects… over a period of 28 days.

By the end of the study, participants taking the (S-E-S) boosted CoQ10 had on average 100% higher plasma levels of CoQ10 than the standard supplement!

Even better,  (S-E-S) boosted CoQ10 starts working after the very first dose… Boosting CoQ10 levels in the blood as high 160% higher within just six hours!


Every Serving
of Ouro CoQ10 Contains 200MG
(S-E-S) Boosted CoQ10

Men everywhere are experiencing incredible results

Verified Reviews



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Clean energy - I don't feel tired or need caffeine with this stuff on every other day type shedule. I love how the Vitamin E is also included so i don't need to add that to my stack. Also useful as Pre-Workout for me.

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CoQ10 Great! This supplement works really good. 10/10.

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Absolutley Amazing. I feel so alert. And it doesn’t seem to be short boost in energy, I just feel like a light bulb got turned on in my head. It’s not so much stimulating like caffeine, just feels like alert/mental energy.



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For both physical and mental benefits, this can’t be beat, it does a bit of everything.



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Ive tried a couple different CoQ10 products before and i had already read a lot about its overall benefits for mitochondrial health. but upon using this specific one for over 2 weeks now, i've already decided it is the one i am going to be taking on daily basisS



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This gives a a nice dose of clean energy.

Other Ingredients: D-Limonene Oil, Gelatin, Glycerin, D-Alpha Tocopherol, Purified Water, Red Radish Powder, Medium Chain Tryglcerides, Carob Extract Concentrate, Caramel liquid.

Two Softgels A Day

Take two softgels a day to unlock the power of this cellular energizer. Boosted by the (S-E-S) Method, Ouro CoQ10 can help support heart health, blood pressure levels, cholesterol, and so much more.

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Frequently asked questions

Mitochondria are the biological “Power Plants” of almost every cell in the body. Your mitochondria need to burn fuel cleanly and efficiently to assure their own integrity and your own longevity.


CoQ10 is an essential coenzyme that, when added to the diet, acts as a fuel additive to optimize mitochondrial performance, extracting the most energy with the least damage.

Ouro CoQ10 solves the three biggest problems most CoQ10 supplements have by shielding CoQ10 from oxidation, enhancing absorption, and shrinking the molecules to they are small enough for your cells to use.

That’s that’s why clinical research shows the CoQ10 used in Ouro CoQ10 is up to 100% more powerful than regular CoQ10.

Simply take two softgels a day with food and water.


Yes! The process used to create the CoQ1o inside Ouro CoQ10 is protected under US Patent US10166192B2.

Soft Gel Technologies, Inc holds the patent and the legal trade name for this formulation is CoQSol-CF.

Yes. Every you can find the references for every claim made on this page below.

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