What is Hydrogen ?







Hydrogen gas has been shown to have a therapeutic effect on over 150 human diseases, but what is hydrogen? Hydrogen is the lightest and simplest element with the symbol H. It consists of only one electron and one proton and, under normal conditions, it exists primarily in its diatomic form as molecular hydrogen (H2 gas).  It is what powers the sun by fusion to produce helium. Hydrogen is the center of the prevailing cosmological model that describes the early development of the universe as well as the origin of life itself.


Source: Molecular Hydrogen Institute

What is Molecular Hydrogen ?









Molecular hydrogen gas, or H2, is the primary form in which hydrogen is found.  In other words, two hydrogen atoms (H) are covalently bonded (a type of chemical bond) together as H-H. Because there are two hydrogen atoms, we call this diatomic hydrogen, di meaning two. Because the hydrogen atoms are covalently bonded together they form a molecule; so H2 is also referred to as molecular hydrogen. We can also refer to it as dihydrogen. The hydrogen molecule contains two protons and two electrons making it a neutrally-charged molecule. It is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, non-metallic highly flammable gas, and very explosive above a 4.6% concentration by volume.  It is this form of hydrogen that has been shown to exert the wide range of therapeutic effects. Some articles refer to this as “hydrogen-rich water”. It is the smallest molecule in the universe, and this extremely small size and its high lipid solubility allows it to easily diffuse into the subcellular compartments of the mitochondria and other locations.

Source: Molecular Hydrogen Institute

Why do we need H2
H2 instantly converts the most toxic free radicals to water