Source: Medical Valley
Breathing in hydrogen is helpful to health? Sounds incredible. At the 2019 CMEF (China International Medicinal Equipment Fair) which was concluded not long ago, the “Hydrogen-Oxygen Atomizer” developed by Asclepius Meditec Co., Ltd. (Ascleway) attracted many visitors to experience.
This device electrolyzes pure water into hydrogen and oxygen blending gas for human inhalation, which may help cure chronic diseases, and improve human health. It’s known that this project entered the green passage of “national innovation” category 3 medical apparatus in March 2017, and might be marketed soon to benefit the public.
Hydrogen is magically helpful to health
Human malignant free radicals are the source of diseases, harmful and excessive free radicals, if not removed timely, will damage vital DNAs, proteins, lipids or other substances, which will harm the body, thus causing inflammations, while inflammations uncured for long will cause more severe diseases or even cancers.
“In chemical structure, hydrogen (H2) is molecularly expressed in two hydrogen atoms bonding with each other (H:H). Once inhaled into human body, hydrogen will be debonded by two important malignant free radicals, the two H ions will respectively combine with free radical and reduce to water helpful to human body,” Ascleway president Lin Hsinyung explained how “hydrogen therapy” works.
According to his introduction, since 2007, nearly 1,200 articles globally prove hydrogen may cure many diseases and protect human body. Experts believe that hydrogen is selectively antioxidant, which is the key reason why hydrogen may cure diseases. Through selective anti-oxidation, anti-toxic free radicals, immune system adjustment, hydrogen will help human body to resist inflammation, restore tissues and protect cells among other effects, for example, it may be efficacious to ischemia-reperfusion injury, organ transplant injury, neurodegenerative diseases, aging, cardiovascular diseases, hypertension, diabetes, arthritis etc.
World’s innovative hydrogen breath therapy
In 2011, Ascleway innovatively proposed the water-based hydrogen-oxygen green therapy, and developed Ascleway hydrogen-oxygen generator. In August 2015, this device passed the national safety model testing, and entered into human clinical trials. In March 2017, it entered the “national innovation” category 3 medical apparatus green passage.
Zhong Nanshan, a Chinese respiratory diseases expert and academician of the Chinese Academy of Engineering, is currently the first expert supporting hydrogen molecular medicine in human trials. He expressed that many chronic diseases such as tumors are chronic inflammation processes, while hydrogen molecule is a new tool of anti-oxidation, and the research and development of hydrogen molecular medicine should be very promising.
Lin Hsinyung expressed that Asclemay and academician Zhong Nanshan’s medical team have conducted many multi-center randomized double blinding controlled studies on hydrogen-aided treatment of airway diseases. The preliminary results show that hydrogen is helpful in the treatment of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), bronchial asthma, bronchiectasis among other diseases.
It’s known that Asclemay has established strategic cooperation with more than 50 grade-AAA hospitals, and conducted 75 hydrogen molecular medicine basic studies, 6 multi-center clinical studies, 18 single-center clinical studies, 7 NSFC (National Nature Science Foundation)-funded studies. Apart from the honor of “national innovation”, Asclemay has published 32 articles home and abroad, in respect of high density high dose hydrogen molecular medicine studies, and won more than 140 patents.
“This is the world’s first innovative hydrogen-oxygen atomizer that is small in size but large in gas generation. It’s Chinese people that firstly proposed hydrogen molecular medicine from implementation to clinical use as breathing device, and we hope that this device will become a household appliance, so that every family’s health will benefit from this,” aspired Lin Hsinyung.