How H₂ Therapy Works

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Drinking Molecular Hydrogen

  • Utilized quick absorption through stomach lining

  • Molecular Hydrogen reaches finger tips through blood stream within 30 seconds

  • Higher pH water of (8.6)

  • Offers High Level of Oxidation Reduction potential (ORP)


Inhalation of Molecular Hydrogen Gas

  • Utilizes ultra-efficient gas transmission of respiratory system directly to blood

  • Molecular Hydrogen available immediately for circulation throughout the body

  • Breathed through a personal cannula


Molecular hydrogen is the smallest moecule and the only antioxidant that can access the mitochondria and cell nucleus under certain conditions. Unlike convential, larger antioxidants, H₂ passes the cell membrane and begins exerting benefits immediately.



H₂ selectively targets only the most harmful free radicals without affecting useful free radicals that help maintain homeostasis. At times, common, non-selective antioxidants (Vitamin A, C, E< folic acid, etc.) can diminish the good free radicals that the body needs, thereby causing a potentially negative effect. H₂ does not.

Safe, Non-Toxic

Molecular hydrogen is 100% safe due to its only byproduct being water. You cannot overdose and are never exposed to toxins from molecular hydrogen.


H₂ supports the body’s ability to maintain a condition of balance by neutralizing harmful free radicals and boosting the internal antioxidant system. This keeps oxidative stress low, supports homeostasis and decreases chance of disease.

Since 1975, over 800 peer-reviewed articles have been written demonstrating the therapeutic effect that molecular hydrogen has in essentially every organ of the human body and in 170 different disease models. There are more studies being conducted every day about this miracle molecule and countries such as Japan, Korea, China, and Germany have included molecular hydrogen as a staple in there medical system.

“Molecular hydrogen acts as a therapeutic antioxidant by selectively reducing cytotoxic oxygen radicals” (Click on link for more info)