What is Molecular Hydrogen?

Molecular Hydrogen is currently in it’s infancy in the field of medical research.

Hydrogen can have a tremendous impact as a new and innovative therapeutic tool where modern medicine cannot help with serious health problems (Huang et al., 2010).

According to recent scientific studies, Molecular Hydrogen can have a positive impact on many health problems.

Although the research is early, the 1000+ scientific articles suggest that H2 has therapeutic potential in over 170 different human and animal disease models, and essentially every organ of the human body.

Why is Molecular Hydrogen so unique?
It is the strongest antioxidant, immediately liquidates free radicals and acidic metabolites (for example, lactic acid). So by it protects human body cells.
How do define free radicals?
Free radicals are extremely aggressive chemical compounds that attack the cells. In turn the cells die or alter their function causing illnesses.
How do free radicals form?

Molecular hydrogen might be the next big thing in biomedicine, with over 300 studies published in the past decade suggesting beneficial effects of this novel agent. However, collecting and interpreting unbiased data using evidence-based approach is a must to provide the best guidelines in making decisions about the use of hydrogen in health and disease.

Professor Sergej M. Ostojic, MD, PhD, Molecular Hydrogen Studies

Where you have heard about molecular hydrogen…

We use Molecular Hydrogen in following areas:

The science and advisory board

Dušan Miljkovič,

Jiří Neumann

Pavel Malovič

Guy Van Elsacker

Luka Živkovič

Ilona Peřinová,

Jan Pokrywka

Zornitza Petrova Markantová

Partnership and Cooperation

International independent research and expert organizations