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About the HHO (Hydrogen gas inhalation therapy)

Inhalation of hydrogen gas is a straightforward therapeutic method. Hydrogen gas can be inhaled by delivering hydrogen gas through a ventilator circuit, facemask or nasal cannula. Since inhaled hydrogen gas acts more rapidly, it is suitable for defence against acute oxidative stress.

HHO (Hydrogen) is a non-radical, non-reactive, non-polar, highly diffusible neutral gas. Hydrogen’s unique physicochemical properties of hydrophobicity, neutrality, size, mass, etc. afford it with superior distribution properties allowing it to rapidly penetrate biomembranes (e.g. cell membranes, blood-brain, placental, and testis barrier) and reach subcellular compartments (e.g. mitochondria, nucleus, etc.) where it can exert its therapeutic effects.

Although various medical clinics in Japan use intravenous injection of hydrogen-rich saline, the most common methods are inhalation.

When you are on HHO inhalation gas therapy. You consume 66.7% H2 and 33.3% O2, at a very high concentration of Hydrogen at 670,000 ppm (this ppm is unattainable by either drinking Hydrogen/Alkaline water, with intra-venous route or tablets )which is nontoxic and effective, Inhalation of hydrogen reaches a peak plasma level (i.e. equilibrium based on Henry’s Law) in about 30 min, and upon cessation of inhalation the return to baseline occurs in about 60 min.

It is uncommon to find a treatment that has both a high therapeutic potential and a high safety profile; HHO (hydrogen) appears to fit this combination . Some researchers have become interested in hydrogen due simply to its unforeseen ability to have a biological effect; with the unattainable that hydrogen is both safe and effective.

Research shows HHO (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 

Based on scientific studies/evidence, hydrogen gas therapy has the potential to benefit:

Alzheimer’s , arthritis , rheumatoid arthritis , Type 1 diabetes , Type 2 diabetes , Parkinson’s , COPD , asthma , heart disease , kidney disease , stroke , cancer , tumors , ALS , dementia , psoriasis , dermatitis , IBS , hemorrhagic shock , Crohn's , fatty liver disease , liver cirrhosis , pancreatitis , cardiac arrest , neuropathy , Multiple Sclerosis , Hepatitis B , atherosclerosis , cataracts , hypertension , gum disease , traumatic brain injury , sepsis , subarachnoid hemorrhage (aneurysms) , infant lung disease , metabolic syndrome , lymphoma , retinitis , painful bladder syndrome , osteosclerosis , osteoarthritis , osteoporosis , glaucoma , pulmonary hypertension , pulmonary fibrosis , autism , depression , bipolar disorder , anxiety , schizophrenia , inflammation , muscle fatigue , increased ATP production , soft tissue injuries , pain , wounds , burns , seasonal allergies , autoimmune disorders , insulin resistance , hearing loss , ulcers , radiation damage , sleep apnea , to name just a few as there are studies on over 170 human disease models

HHO (Hydrogen’s gas inhalation therapy ) therapeutic potential is enormous and the research is still in its infancy. It's not every day that a therapeutic agent like this comes along with this much scientific backing and medical potential. On top of that, one of the most effective ways of consuming it is simple via INHALATION .