Molecular Hydrogen Inhalation
Free radicals are highly-reactive molecules that attack healthy cells, proteins, and DNA in order to stabilize the unpaired electron in that free radical. The damage they cause to the body can be very detrimental, which is why preventative measures are preferred whenever possible. In fact, the free radical theory of aging holds that damage from free radicals is the primary biochemical process that causes the aging process. As we age, our internal defense system declines. This allows oxidative stress to accumulate, resulting in cell damage, disease, and eventually death.
Most antioxidants are like antibiotics. They’re not selective with what they target, and they’ll simply wipe out any free radicals they come into contact with. The thing is, just as with bacteria in our bodies, there are both good and bad free radicals. Some free radical processes play important roles in our bodies, for immune system health and cellular communication. Molecular hydrogen is unique in that it’s the only selective antioxidant — it only targets the bad players like cytotoxic peroxynitrate and hydroxyl radicals (cytotoxic free radicals can literally destroy a cell)
According to a study from the Journal of Medical Gas Research our inhalers are the safest hydrogen inhalation machines on the market, and the only machines with an internal governor designed to maintain safe concentrations of hydrogen gas.
This machine is built in Japan (not china) that produces 7% hydrogen gas with a flow rate of 200 ml per min.