Molecular hydrogen is administered through (a) oral ingestion of hydrogen gas enriched water, (b) inhalation of hydrogen gas, (c) intravenous injection of hydrogen gas enriched saline, and (d) transcutaneous application of hydrogen gas enriched water and other solutions.
Hydrogen gas inhalation is probably the preferred mode of molecular hydrogen administration in the clinical settings. However, the concentration of molecular hydrogen needs to be controlled between 2 – 4 %, otherwise, hydrogen gas inhalation may pose significant health and safety risks.
Aquela 8.0 and its predecessor, Aquela 7.0, have been used in clinical studies. We will continue our effort to elucidate the potential benefits of molecular hydrogen; however, we believe that Aquela 8.0 is the safest and easiest way to bring molecular hydrogen into your everyday life.