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Hydrogen Generator Concentration
With design and function at the highest level, our 550ml bottle generates a hydrogen concentration of up to 2000ppb using market leading electrolysis technology and research based functionality.
How It Works?
With the press of the button, water is split into hydrogen and oxygen gas in an electrolysis process. This hydrogen gas infuses into the water creating antioxidant (energy giving) water with maximum bioavailability.
Using advanced Solid Polymer Electrolyte (SPE) and Proton Exchange Membrane (PEM) technology, the infusion of pure H2 delivers a high-concentration hydrogen with the removal of other gases, specifically chlorine.
Portable USB Charging
The powerful battery life is coupled with the ability to charge on the go with the USB port or with the power adapter at a wall outlet allow you to create hydrogen water anytime, anywhere.
Within The Cell
Hydrogen is a small, powerful and effective antioxidant which specifically targets harmful free radicals by neutralising it via electrons. With the ability to access the mitochondria within cells (inc brain cells), hydrogen is able to reduce oxidative stress & inflammation which causes dysfunction of the cell and subsequently the occurrence of disease.
The filtering design targets the oxidative impurities specifically chlorine which cause damage throughout the body. This innovative filtering feature works to allow on the go water filtering which helps prevent additional free radical damage and optimises cellular function.
The infusion of important ionic minerals specifically magnesium, calcium and other trace minerals are incorporated within the filter. These are required for healthy bio-signalling and energy throughout the body. In addition, these minerals improve the body’s resistance to harmful impurities which oxidize the cells via free radical damage.
3 Steps to clean, mineral and antioxidant rich water – 1. Fill the bottle with water. 2. Press (Automatic 3 minute cycle). 3. Drink.
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