Molecular Hydrogen

Hydrogen water is loaded with hydrogen molecules that can extinguish free radicals and cross the blood-brain barrier, cell membrane, mitochondria, and even the nucleus.

Because of its unique properties, molecular hydrogen has therapeutic benefits in virtually every organ in the body where it exerts antioxidant, anti-inflammatoryanti-obesity, and anti-allergy actions with no known side effects.

  • Longevity
  • Inflammation
  • Mood
  • Cognition
  • Energy
  • Neuroprotective
  • Excellent antioxidant
  • Anti-inflammatory
  • Protects organs
  • Helps lowers cholesterol and blood sugar
  • Improves a wide variety of diseases
  • Is non-toxic at high concentrations

Research studies and reviews

The evolution of molecular hydrogen: a noteworthy potential therapy with clinical significance


“Hydrogen has marked therapeutic potential to help with the top 8 fatality-causing diseases listed by the CDC.” 


Molecular hydrogen: a therapeutic antioxidant and beyond


“Overall, the impact of molecular hydrogen in medicine is extraordinary. The non-toxic and rapid intracellular diffusion features of this biological gas ensure the feasibility and readiness for its clinical translation.”


Molecular hydrogen as a novel antioxidant: Overview of the advantages of hydrogen for medical applications


“Recent publications revealed that, in addition to the direct neutralization of highly reactive oxidants, H2 indirectly reduces oxidative stress by regulating the expression of various genes. Moreover, by regulating gene expression, H2 functions as an anti-inflammatory, antiallergic, and antiapoptotic molecule, and stimulates energy metabolism. In addition to growing evidence obtained by model animal experiments, extensive clinical examinations were performed or are under way. Since most drugs act on their specific targets, H2 seems to differ from conventional pharmaceutical drugs. Owing to its great efficacy and lack of adverse effects, H2 has potential for clinical applications for many diseases.”


Understanding the basic effects

Molecular hydrogen is a selective antioxidant 


Molecular hydrogen appears to be a selective antioxidant. Molecular hydrogen appears to also reduce a powerful oxidant, Peroxynitrite (ONOO-). This would mean that Molecular Hydrogen has the potential to protect our DNA/RNA and proteins from damage (oxidative stress). Importantly, it does this while not perturbing cellular homeostasis; H2 does not neutralize beneficial free radicals (NO, H2O2, etc) necessary for the body to function properly.


Molecular hydrogen is a Nrf2 activator 


Molecular hydrogen appears to stimulate the production of endogenous antioxidants via the Nrf2 Pathway, meaning it up-regulates the body’s own antioxidant system. This results in the production of more protective enzymes (antioxidants) such as glutathione, catalase, and superoxide dismutase. These antioxidants are powerful and aid in the reduction of excessive ROS and oxidative-stress within the body, which have been linked to nearly all human diseases.


Molecular hydrogen is a signaling molecule/gene regulator


Molecular hydrogen appears to be a novel signaling molecule that participates in gene expression, cell modulation, and protein regulation. This means H2 can alter cellular signaling pathways resulting in benefits far beyond its antioxidant function. Research has demonstrated that molecular hydrogen can regulate inflammatory cytokines, hormones, proteins, and much more.  Because of these properties, molecular hydrogen has the potential to give anti-inflammatory, anti-allergic, anti-cell death effects.

Research shows molecular hydrogen has the potential to exhibits these effects:

  • Anti-Inflammatory Effects
  • Smallest, most bioavailable molecule in existence
  • Selective antioxidant
  • Participates in Gene Expression
  • Anti-Allergic Effects
  • Anti-Cellular Death
  • Anti-Aging
  • Reduces aches and pains
  • Protective to skin
  • Cardioprotective
  • Increases Metabolism
  • Increases Body’s Antioxidants (Nrf2 activator)
  • Decreases Muscle Fatigue
  • Reduces Lactate Levels
  • Anti-Diabetic Effects (type 1 and 2) Type 1,  Type 2
  • Anticancer
  • Improves Cognitive Function
  • Protects DNA & RNA
  • Anti-Tumor Effects
  • Cytotoxic Protection
  • Neuroprotective
  • Radiation Protection
  • With zero toxic effects

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