Molecular Hydrogen: High PPM Studies

As the science on H2 continues to develop, it is becoming clear that a hydrogen exhibits a dose-dependent response. In other words, more hydrogen is more effective than less hydrogen. And since there's a limited amount of water anyone can drink in a day, higher concentrations of hydrogen-infused water yield higher consumption of hydrogen. New studies are seemingly showing some incredible benefits of high-concentration H2 water, and the future is even more promising.

As the science on H2 continues to develop, it is becoming clear that a hydrogen exhibits a dose-dependent response. In other words, more hydrogen is more effective than less hydrogen. And since there's a limited amount of water anyone can drink in a day, higher concentrations of hydrogen-infused water yield higher consumption of hydrogen. New studies are seemingly showing some incredible benefits of high-concentration H2 water, and the future is even more promising.

Consumption of water containing a high concentration of molecular hydrogen reduces oxidative stress and disease activity in patient with rheumatoid arthritis: an open-label pilot study.

 

"We suggest that high H2 water may be useful to complement conventional RA therapy by reducing oxidative stress, especially in early stage and ACPA-negative RA, to assist diagnosis and treatment decisions."

Ishibashi, T. et al., 2012. Consumption of water containing a high concentration of molecular hydrogen reduces oxidative stress and disease activity in patient with rheumatoid arthritis: an open-label pilot study. Medical Gas Research, 2: 27

Consumption of water containing over 3.5 mg of dissolved hydrogen could improve vascular endothelial function.

"Our data suggest that the daily consumption of water containing a high concentration of H2 (over 7 ppm or 3.5 mg in 500 mL of water) may aid in maintaining functional vasculature via two complementary mechanisms. One is neutralization of detrimental ROS to preserve NO bioavailability. The other mechanism is suppression of the inflammatory events that cause atherosclerosis. In light of this and other studies, including the anti-inflammatory effects of H2, we believe that larger-scale clinical research – including biochemical tests – should be conducted to confirm whether H2 can serve as a modulator of the vasomotor function of vasculature and/or can maintain health by constitutively suppressing subclinical inflammation of vasculature."

Sakai, T. et al., 2014. Consumption of water containing over 3.5 mg of dissolved hydrogen could improve vascular endothelial function. Vascular Health and Risk Management: 10: 591-597

Improvement of psoriasis-associated arthritis and skin lesions by treatment with molecular hydrogen: A report of three cases.

"In conclusion, H2 administration reduced inflammation associated with psoriasis in the three cases examined and it may therefore be considered as a treatment strategy for psoriasis‑associated skin lesions and arthritis."

Ishibashi, T. et al., 2015. Improvement of psoriasis-associated arthritis and skin lesions by treatment with molecular hydrogen: A report of three cases. Molecular Medicine Reports, 12: 2757-2764

Consumption of water containing a high concentration of molecular hydrogen reduces oxidative stress and disease activity in patient with rheumatoid arthritis: an open-label pilot study.

 

"We suggest that high H2 water may be useful to complement conventional RA therapy by reducing oxidative stress, especially in early stage and ACPA-negative RA, to assist diagnosis and treatment decisions."

Ishibashi, T. et al., 2012. Consumption of water containing a high concentration of molecular hydrogen reduces oxidative stress and disease activity in patient with rheumatoid arthritis: an open-label pilot study. Medical Gas Research, 2: 27

Consumption of water containing over 3.5 mg of dissolved hydrogen could improve vascular endothelial function.

"Our data suggest that the daily consumption of water containing a high concentration of H2 (over 7 ppm or 3.5 mg in 500 mL of water) may aid in maintaining functional vasculature via two complementary mechanisms. One is neutralization of detrimental ROS to preserve NO bioavailability. The other mechanism is suppression of the inflammatory events that cause atherosclerosis. In light of this and other studies, including the anti-inflammatory effects of H2, we believe that larger-scale clinical research – including biochemical tests – should be conducted to confirm whether H2 can serve as a modulator of the vasomotor function of vasculature and/or can maintain health by constitutively suppressing subclinical inflammation of vasculature."

Sakai, T. et al., 2014. Consumption of water containing over 3.5 mg of dissolved hydrogen could improve vascular endothelial function. Vascular Health and Risk Management: 10: 591-597

Improvement of psoriasis-associated arthritis and skin lesions by treatment with molecular hydrogen: A report of three cases.

"In conclusion, H2 administration reduced inflammation associated with psoriasis in the three cases examined and it may therefore be considered as a treatment strategy for psoriasis‑associated skin lesions and arthritis."

Ishibashi, T. et al., 2015. Improvement of psoriasis-associated arthritis and skin lesions by treatment with molecular hydrogen: A report of three cases. Molecular Medicine Reports, 12: 2757-2764