Hydrogen’s side effects


It is too good to be true, but after years of study shows Hydrogen really has NO side effects what so ever.

Blow is from the research article “Clinical Effects of Hydrogen Administration: From Animal and Human Diseases to Exercise Medicine” published in January 2016 (http://www.scirp.org/journal/PaperInformation.aspx?PaperID=62945)

Hydrogen has been used for years, without incident, in deep diving gas mixtures to prevent decompression sickness and arterial gas thrombi. Even at relatively high concentrations, H2 has been reported to have no toxicity.

The safety of H2 in humans has been well documented in gas mixtures. For example, Hydreliox, a gas mixture used for deep diving, contains 49% hydrogen, 50% helium and 1% oxygen. Hydreliox was shown to be essential in preventing nitrogen narcosis and to prevent decompression sickness in working dives at great depths. 
In other deep diving studies H2 was used during compression at 20 ATM to reduce bradycardia and other nervous and psychosensorimotor symptoms (high pressure nervous syndrome) without any long-term safety issues

Hydrogen in other forms, such as H2-water, has not demonstrated any toxic or safety issues. For example, rats were fed H2-water (0.19 mM hydrogen) or degassed water ad libitum for one year, and there were no reported changes in morbidity or mortality between the H2 and control group of animals.

In clinical studies there were no reported toxic effects of ingesting H2. Thus hydrogen is a safe and non-toxic substance when used at relatively low concentrations under normal conditions of pressure and temperature.


Any leftover Hydrogen after used up by harmful reactive oxygen will go out of the body through lungs in less than 1 hour.

Hydrogen doesn’t react with any medications, so if you are taking many medications, no worry, you can take Hydrogen with peace in mind!