MOLECULAR HYDROGEN

is the smallest molecule in the universe. It’s extremely small in size and highly soluble in lipids, which allows it to easily penetrate into the sub cellular parts of mitochondria (the cell engine room of a biological system) and other locations throughout the entire body.

"Its effect on the regeneration of the body is almost miraculous, which I also observed when treating cancer patients. Medicine, let alone the public, has not yet come to recognise it. "

PharmDr. Milan Krajíček

It is the strongest antioxidant, immediately eliminating free radicals and acidic metabolites (such as lactic acid). It therefore protects the cells of a human body.

It may play another significant role in biomedicine, as can be concluded from more than 300 studies published in the last decade suggesting the beneficial effects of this new agent.

“Hydrogen can have a tremendous impact as a new and innovative therapeutic tool, especially in those instances, where modern medicine cannot help with serious health problems.”

Huang et al., 2010

Hydrogen currently occupies the leading positions in the field of medical research. According to the latest scientific studies it may positive contribute to eliminating many health problems.

“The collection and interpretation of unbiased data using an evidence-based approach is a must in providing the best guidance when deciding on the use of hydrogen for health and treating disease."

Professor Sergej M. Ostojic, MD, PhD.

What makes Molecular Hydrogen® unique?


  • Optimises the immune system
  • Protects against viral infections and diseases
  • Supports healthy organ functions
  • Fights age-related diseases and supports activity
  • Naturally amplifies beauty
  • Accelerates regeneration after sports
  • Selectively eliminates free radicals

How to define free radicals?

Free radicals are extremely aggressive chemical compounds that attack cells. As a reaction, cells change their function and it can cause disease. Molecular Hydrogen® eliminates selectively these radicals. This means that it picks only the bad and harmful ones.

Where do free radicals come from?

ALCOHOL

HOUSEHOLD CHEMICALS

EXCESSIVE EXERCISE

STRESS

CIGARETTE SMOKE

DRUGS AND ANTIBIOTICS

VIRUSES AND BACTERIA

ELECTROMAGNETIC WAVES

POLLUTION

PROCESSED FOOD

LACK OF SLEEP

TOXINS

UV RADIATION

MOLD

RADIATION