Molecular Hydrogen & Research papers


To date there have been over 1000 studies and publications on the therapeutic potential of H2, showing it to be beneficial for over 170 disease models. These studies also conclude that H2 has the potential to be therapeutic for virtually every organ.

Some of the main benefits are:

  • Anti-oxidant effects
  • Anti-inflammation
  • Anti-allergy
  • Anti-diabetic
  • Anti-obesity
  • Anti-tumor
  • Anti-cell death
  • Gene Expression
  • Cell Modulation
  • Up-Regulation of the body’s antioxidants
  • Neuroprotective
  • Radioprotective
  • DNA & RNA protective
  • Improvement of cognitive function
  • plus many more


Almost everyone has a health issue in today’s society. There are so many remedies, health products, claims, and advice out there about what to do about each one. It can be confusing! 

One of the best parts about H2 is that it is ONE thing, with MULTIPLE benefits, for MULTIPLE problems. 

Who can benefit from H2:

  • Children
  • Elderly
  • Athletes
  • Chronically ill
  • Generally healthy
  • Pregnant Women
  • Animals
  • Plants
  • and more

PLUS  – one of the best ways to consume H2 is dissolved into water. We NEED water! So can get something with a WIDE range of benefits, while drinking something you were going to drink anyway! WIN-WIN!


Nearly EVERYTHING can have side effects or even be harmful in excess amounts. Even water can deadly in excess amounts. Science doesn’t have to be confusing to be accurate! Our focus is to provide scientifically accurate information, the most current research, and experienced analysis of the various hydrogen producing methods. 

But not H2!

How safe is it?

  • Not found to have any cytotoxic effects in any of the studies (over 700)
  • Naturally found in our gut so it is not foreign to the body
  • Used in deep sea diving since the 40s, at concentrations up to 98%, with no negative effects
  • If more H2 is ingested that can be used, the body will exhale out the extra
  • It is so small that it can also float out through the skin

What is Molecular Hydrogen?

Molecular Hydrogen is currently in it’s infancy in the field of medical research.

Hydrogen can have a tremendous impact as a new and innovative therapeutic tool where modern medicine cannot help with serious health problems (Huang et al., 2010).

According to recent scientific studies, Molecular Hydrogen can have a positive impact on many health problems.

Although the research is early, the 1000+ scientific articles suggest that H2 has therapeutic potential in over 170 different human and animal disease models, and essentially every organ of the human body.

How Molecular Hydrogen may help

Molecular Hydrogen and Heart Attacks

Hydrogen treatment was found to significantly reduce the area of damaged heart muscle. Scientists observed that the left ventricular function after heart attack was improved and the hydrogen resulted in a positive effect on the heart remodelling. The positive effects were explained by expression of antioxidant enzymes in the mitochondria.

Molecular Hydrogen and Stroke

In a clinical trial, 50 patients were divided into two groups. One group received a conventional medical therapy and the other received daily 3% hydrogen inhalations in addition to the conventional treatment.

Regular MRI studies showed significant reduction in infarct size and a faster normalisation of the tissue damaged by stroke in the hydrogen group.

Molecular Hydrogen and The Gut

The chronic inflammation that occurs during an inflammatory bowel disorder such as ulcerative colitis could be diminished by the administration of hydrogen. A study found that symptoms like diarrhea and weight loss were reduced. Furthermore, there was a general cytoprotective effect provided by hydrogen.

Molecular Hydrogen and Brain/Nerve Diseases

Recent studies suggest that hydrogen may be able to successfully treat Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, ALS, traumatic nerve injuries and bipolar disorders. A recently published study has shown that hydrogen exhibits cell-protective effects in the central nervous system in diseases caused by oxidative stress.

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