Why We Post Articles on Hydrogen

I’m a scientist at heart, and friends are always sending me snail mail, emails, and points to websites praising some product that purports to increase one’s energy, improve one’s health, lose weight, and possibly live longer. The question always asked is ‘What do you think of this?”, “Does it work?” or “How does this work?”. The question that started this adventure was, “What do you know about molecular hydrogen water supplements?”. My first answer was “Nothing” and that was the start of the adventure.

I’m an organic chemist and environmental scientist by education, physicist, and farmer by employment. I’m not easily fooled. I’m also not impressed by hyperbolic words like “Amazing”, “Shocking Results”, “Get unbelievable results” – I’ll stop at the unbelievable. I’ll also pass on the “Secret that no one wants me to know”. I’m bad with secrets; tell me, and everyone will know.

I’ve seen products that couldn’t possibly work without violating a law of physics; or did work, but not in the way they thought. Hydrogen was easy. It’s the high school science experiment – place a magnesium piece in a beaker of acid, and you generate Hydrogen. Similarly, drop a tablet containing magnesium nanoparticles and tartaric acid (cream of tartar) in water, and you generate Hydrogen too. The “how it works” is explained. So far, so good.

When searching the literature, what I found shocked me – and there is just no other word I can use here. There were hundreds of peer-reviewed papers showing molecular Hydrogen to be effective in treating hundreds of conditions. Where has this been? Is this a secret no one is supposed to know? The reason became more apparent when I noticed all of the papers were published after 2007, 99% of them originated in China or Japan, and were published in obscure journals like Medical Gas Research. It does take a while to find funding for projects, but fifteen years?

A table of the categories studied in 321 original articles on clinical uses of molecular hydrogen

There is another discovery I didn’t expect and I don’t know what it says about our healthcare system. Ask your physician, disease specialist, nurse, your pharmacist, the person that gave your vaccine shot; ask anyone in the healthcare industry – ask anyone on the street. Ask them if they have ever heard of using Hydrogen in any type of medical treatment. I just gave you my list of some of the people I’ve asked, and the answer has always been “No” – and I’ve been asking that question for over a year. Ask someone intimately involved in treating COVID-19 patients if they know molecular Hydrogen is being used in China to treat seriously ill COVID-19 patients – keeping them off ventilators. Same answer. Beyond the surprise, it’s the mystery – why? Chinese, Japanese, and other foreign medical schools include hydrogen in their curriculums. Rhinoceros horn aphrodisiacs, shark fin soups are rightly abhorrent. But hydrogen is the most common atom in the universe. I have no problem here.

Beyond giving you the stories I’ve discovered hidden away on the Internet, there has been a backchannel of collated medical information. We maintain an information source for those professionals we have spoken to, and those they have spoken to, and so on. We search for the papers published in the more obscure journals, aggregate them, and post on various pages – both visible and hidden. During the pandemic, we maintained a weekly updated page on SARS-CoV-2. The medical journals helped by bringing their coronavirus publications out from behind their paywalls. We use an A.I. integrated search engine that in one large sweep queries all of the common search engines, scientific publication repositories, all of the accessible medical journals; sometimes we tack on legal and or social media. To really look under the rug, we will grab all of the links on a page and search those as well. Google may brag about doing a search in milliseconds, we time ours in hours. What really makes us happy though – the A.I. system will read ten thousand or more pages and hand us a ranked list of about of thousand. We’ll pick out the clinkers and use an animated graphic view of pages linked by their weighted association with keywords to pick out what we were looking for. Eazy – Pezy.

I’ll get off the soapbox. As I said, I’m a scientist. I want evidence. With hydrogen and hydrogen water, it’s there in spades. I and all of my friends are converts. To be honest, we are feeling the positive effects on our bodies every day. I’ve had one doctor say “it’s in my head, it’s a placebo” – until he looked down and saw the changes in my latest bloodwork. “Oh!” All of us could go on with similar stories, some may be believable, some not. But there is no better proof than for you to write your own story.

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BTW: The mysterious Farmer N. Dell is me, Albert Doolittle. This is my story and I not going to let Farmer Dell take the credit.

The water is in metalized bags. If helium can escape through metalized balloons, imagine how long the much smaller hydrogen will stay in those bags.

Oh, is it safe? Is it banned for sports? As they say “A picture is worth a thousand words.”

Hydrogen Water is the Designated water for the Tokyo Olympics

This is quite interesting, if not funny. Hydrogen water is known to improve an athlete’s performance, the good way – by simply having a better working body.

I had known about the performance improvements and was actually surprised by this announcement. Now, they could never test for hydrogen because our gut bacteria produce hydrogen and the amounts vary with diet.

I thought of one rationalization. Maybe the Olympics Committee decided they would simply level the field by giving every athlete hydrogen water. Later, I came across the real answer. A study had shown hydrogen water doesn’t improve the performance of elite athletes. They do benefit from soaking their limbs in hydrogen water – it speeds muscle recovery.

Thank you – Albert Doolittle

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(1) Molecular hydrogen: a preventive and therapeutic medical gas for various diseases, Li Ge, Ming Yang, Na-Na Yang, Xin-Xin Yin, and Wen-Gang Song, Oncotarget, 2017, Vol. 8, (No. 60), pp: 102653-102673

(2) Beneficial biological effects and the underlying mechanisms of molecular hydrogen – comprehensive review of 321 original articles, Masatoshi Ichihara, Sayaka Sobue, Mikako Ito, Masafumi Ito, Masaaki Hirayama, and Kinji Ohno, Medical Gas Researchvolume 5, Article number: 12 (2015) 5:12 DOI 10.1186/s13618-015-0035-1

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