Apurtia Max Capsule 10
Coenzyme Q10 Coenzyme Q10 produces energy that is required by the cell for its growth. It also functions as an antioxidant, which protects the body from the damage caused by the harmful molecules. Coenzyme Q10 helps to digest food and perform other body functions. It also protects the heart and skeletal muscles. Docosahexaenoic acid Docosahexaenoic acid is used to treat high cholesterol levels. Thus, it is used to treat the related heart conditions. Eicosapentaenoic acid Eicosapentaenoic acid is a fatty acid which is used along with other anti-depressants to treat depression. It helps in wound healing after surgery. The other eicosapentaenoic acid uses include treatment of psoriasis, certain mood disorders and symptoms of menopause. It reduces the risk of stroke, heart attack and death in people with clogged arteries of the heart. Lycopene Lycopene is a carotenoid found in the fruits and vegetables. It prevents cancer and cardiovascular diseases. Mixed carotene Mixed carotene is converted to vitamin A in the body. It is an anti-oxidant that helps to neutralize free radicals that damage lipids. Mixed carotene is very much essential for vision, normal growth, development and immune system function. Omega 3 fatty acid Omega-3 fatty acid is used to treat high cholesterol levels. Thus, it is used to treat the related heart conditions. Selenium Selenium is mainly prescribed for the treatment and prevention of selenium deficiency disorders. It also helps to reduce the risk of autoimmune thyroid disorders such as Hashimoto’s thyroiditis. It is used to reduce the cholesterol levels. Selenium is also useful for the prevention of grey hair, mood disorders, infertility, cataracts, macular degeneration, and miscarriage. Zinc sulphate Zinc sulphate is available as a dietary supplement. Zinc sulphate helps in wound healing, bone mineralization and maintaining bone matrix. It replaces lost zinc from the body.
How does the drug work ?
Coenzyme Q10 Coenzyme Q10 is a fat-soluble vitamin that is naturally found in the mitochondria of the eukaryotic cells. It is the part of electron transport chain and participates in the aerobic cellular respiration. It generates energy in the form of ATP which is essential for the functioning and maintenance of the human cell. Docohexaenoic acid Docosahexaenoic acid works by reducing the production of lipids in the liver. Eicopentaenoic acid Eicosapentaenoic acid works by preventing the blood from clotting easily. It reduces the pain and swelling. It also lowers the levels of lipids in the blood. Lycopene Lycopene is a carotenoid found in the fruits and vegetables. It has antioxidant activity and prevents cell damage caused by oxidative stress. It reduces the production of free radicals and improves skin texture and complexion. It also reduces the risk of cancer and cardiovascular disorders. Mixed carotene Mixed carotene works by quenching the energy of the excited oxygen which is transferred to carotenoid. These carotenoids help to regulate cell growth, hormone levels, and vision. Omega 3 fatty acid Omega-3 fatty acid works by reducing the production of lipids in the liver. Selenium Selenium plays a role in the metabolism of carbohydrates, fats, and proteins. It has antioxidant activity and prevents the cell damage. It reduces the risk of cancer and cardiovascular diseases. Zinc sulphate Zinc is required for the normal growth of the body. It plays an important role in many processes of the body.
What are the common side effects ?Coenzyme Q10 The decrease in the coenzyme Q10 levels causes some side effects such as muscle pain, nausea, diarrhea, liver damage, kidney damage, increased blood sugar levels, and type 2 diabetes. Docosahexaenoic acid The side effects which are common with docosahexaenoic acid are diarrhea, burping, upset stomach, changes in taste and mild stomach pain. Eicosapentaenoic acid The common side effects of eicosapentaenoic acid are nausea, diarrhea, skin rash, itching, heartburn, nosebleed, joint, muscle, and back pain. Lycopene The side effects of mixed carotene are discoloration of the skin, loose stools, bruising, and joint pain. Mixed carotene The side effects of mixed carotene are discoloration of the skin, loose stools, bruising, and joint pain. Omega 3 fatty acid The side effects which are common with omega-3 fatty acid are diarrhea, burping, upset stomach, changes in taste and mild stomach pain. Selenium The commonly reported side effects of selenium are hair loss, nail changes, loss of energy, irritability, nausea, and vomiting. Zinc sulphate. The common side effects of zinc are vomiting, nausea, diarrhea, abdominal pain, and metallic taste in the mouth.
Important Information for Safe Use:
• Individuals allergic to Apurtia Max medication or any other drugs with similar ingredients should avoid taking the drug.
• Individuals taking other over-the-counter medications, vitamin and mineral supplements should inform the doctor before taking Apurtia Max medication.
• Individuals suffering from renal and hepatic disorders should inform the doctor before taking Apurtia Max medication. Pregnant and breastfeeding mothers should inform the doctor before taking Apurtia Max medication.
1. What are the sources of co-enzyme Q10? Coenzyme Q10 can be obtained from oily fish, meat, beef, and whole grains.
2. Does coenzyme Q10 improve migraine condition? Co-enzyme Q10 reported having beneficial effects on the condition of a migraine.
3. Can I use anticoagulants while on coenzyme Q10? No, coenzyme Q10 decreases the effects of anticoagulants such as warfarin.
4. Does coenzyme Q10 acts as anti-oxidant? Yes, coenzyme Q10 acts as anti-oxidant.
5. Does coenzyme Q10 cause weight loss? Yes, coenzyme Q10 facilitates weight loss, by increasing the functions of the cells. Docosahexaenoic acid
1. Is docosahexaenoic acid a complete treatment for high cholesterol? No. Along with docosahexaenoic acids, a diet low in fat should be taken, and exercises suggested by the doctor should be followed.
2. Will the heart rate increase with docosahexaenoic acid? Yes. Docosahexaenoic acid may increase heart rate especially within the first 2-3 months of its use.
3. Can I suggest docosahexaenoic acid to others with high cholesterol? No. Do not suggest any drug to others with the similar condition. The drugs should be prescribed only by a doctor.
4. What are the dietary sources of docosahexaenoic acid? Docosahexaenoic acid is richly present in fish oils, walnuts, sea foods, soybeans, flaxseed oil, and spinach.
5. Can I take docosahexaenoic acid and diuretics together? Ask a doctor before taking docosahexaenoic acid and diuretics together because of the possibility of interaction between them. Eicosapentaenoic acid
1. What is the safe dose of eicosapentaenoic acid per day? The maximum safe quantity of eicosapentaenoic acid is 3 grams per day. Beyond this amount, it can increase the risk of bleeding.
2. How can I reduce the side effects with eicosapentaenoic acid? Eicosapentaenoic acid taken with meals can reduce the side effects with the drug.
3. What happens if eicosapentaenoic acid is taken along with anti-hypertensive medicines? Eicosapentaenoic acid, when taken together with anti-hypertensive medicines, can decrease the blood pressure excessively which can be undesirable.
4. Can I take blood-thinning agents along with eicosapentaenoic acid? Due to the increased risk of bleeding, consult a doctor before taking these medicines together.
5. What is the dose of eicosapentaenoic acid for depression? The usual dose of eicosapentaenoic acid in the treatment of depression is 1 gram, twice daily.
6. How long is the treatment of menopause with eicosapentaenoic acid? It takes about 8 weeks for relieving the symptoms of menopause, with eicosapentaenoic acid 500 mg, taken thrice daily. Lycopene
1. What are rich sources of lycopene? Tomatoes, apricot, cranberry, grapes, pink grapefruit, guava, papaya, peaches, and watermelon are the rich sources of lycopene.
2. Are there any special dietary restrictions that I need to follow while taking lycopene supplements? Consult the physician to know about the dietary restrictions that should be followed while taking lycopene supplements.
3. Does lycopene reduces the risk of age-related eye disorders? Yes. Many studies suggest that lycopene reduces the risk of age-related eye disorders.
4. How should I store lycopene supplements? Lycopene supplements should be stored at room temperature away from heat and direct sunlight.
5. Is it safe to take lycopene supplements during pregnancy and breast feeding? No adequate information is available regarding the safety of lycopene in the pregnant and breast feeding females. Consult the physician to take the medication. Mixed carotene
1. What are the sources of mixed carotene? Mixed carotene is rich in fruits and vegetables. It is mainly found in carrots, green leafy vegetables such as spinach, lettuce, sweet potatoes, broccoli, and winter squash.
2. What is the recommended dietary allowance of mixed carotene? There is no specific dietary allowance (RDA) of mixed carotene, but studies shown to have 60-180mgper day.
3. Does mixed carotene treats asthma? Yes, mixed carotene treats symptoms of asthma.
4. What is the effect of mixed carotene during pregnancy? Mixed carotene decreases the chance of fetal death and night blindness during pregnancy.
5. What are the products that interact with mixed carotene? Do not take other vitamin supplements that contain niacin while taking mixed carotene. Do not take statins, as these may interact with mixed carotene. Omega 3 fatty acid
1. Is omega-3 fatty acid a complete treatment for high cholesterol? No. Along with omega-3 fatty acids, a diet low in fat should be taken, and exercises suggested by the doctor should be followed.
2. Will the heart rate increase with omega-3 fatty acid? Yes. Omega-3 fatty acid may increase heart rate especially within the first 2-3 months of its use.
3. Can I suggest omega-3 fatty acid to others with high cholesterol? No. Do not suggest any drug to others with the similar condition. The drugs should be prescribed only by a doctor.
4. What are the dietary sources of Omega-3 fatty acid? Omega-3 fatty acid is richly present in fish oils, walnuts, sea foods, soybeans, flaxseed oil, and spinach.
5. Can I take omega-3 fatty acid and diuretics together? Ask a doctor before taking omega-3 fatty acid and diuretics together because of the possibility of interaction between them. Selenium
1. How should I store selenium supplements? Selenium supplements should be stored at room temperature (25°C) away from direct sunlight and moisture.
2. Is selenium safe for pregnant and lactating women? Yes. Selenium is safe for pregnant and lactating women. However, consult your physician before taking the medication.
3. Can I take any other medications along with selenium supplements? You must discuss with your doctor before taking any other medications.
4. What are the dietary sources of selenium? High levels of selenium can be found in fish, shellfish, red meat, grains, eggs, chicken, and liver.
5. Is selenium useful for the treatment of anemia? Yes, selenium is prescribed in combination with other medications for the treatment of anemia. Zinc sulphate
1. Is zinc sulphate an over-the-counter medication? Yes. Zinc sulphate is used as an ingredient in many over-the-counter vitamin and nutrient supplements.
2. What is the recommended dietary intake of zinc sulphate? The recommended dietary intake of zinc sulphate is 4 to 7 mg per day for women and
5.5 to 9.5 mg per day for men.
3. What are the dietary sources of zinc sulphate? Green vegetables, Milk, eggs, cheese, nuts, pulses, and wholegrain cereals are the dietary sources of zinc sulphate.
4. What are the safety precautions for taking zinc sulphate? You need to take the medication as prescribed by your doctor. Usually, it is considered safe in recommended doses even in infants, children, pregnant and lactating women.
5. Can I take antibiotics while using zinc sulphate? Antibiotics may interact with zinc. So, you should take a doctor’s advice before taking antibiotics along with zinc sulphate monohydrate.