What is Molecular Hydrogen?
Molecular Hydrogen gas is the inhalation of HHO gas. Oxy-hydrogen gas is a gaseous mixture of molecular hydrogen and molecular oxygen that is generated by the electrolysis of water and delivered in a ratio of 2:1 (66% and 33% respectively).
It is a non-invasive, painless and systemic adjunctive therapy performed via a nasal cannula or mask, allowing the gas mixture to directly enter the respiratory system.
Molecular Hydrogen gas has now been recognised as a gaseous signalling molecule (GSM) as molecular hydrogen is exhibiting appealing potential in healthcare for its role in preventing cell injury and other therapeutic benefits as hydrogen holds the ability to diffuse across the cell membrane into all of the tissues, cells and organs.