Hydrogen-Rich Water Generator Bottle


Hydrogen water is regular water with hydrogen gas added to the water. Some studies and resources have shown that adding hydrogen gas to the water increases its anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. It has been shown to increase energy, help slow down the aging process, and help improve muscle recovery after a workout
Hydrogen (H2) is a component of water (H2O) that is tasteless, colorless, and odorless in its natural gaseous state. Researches in Japan discovered in 2007 that the hydrogen gas can help protect the brain from free radicals, and thus, act as an antioxidant which can be beneficial to daily health. Since then, further studies revealed that drinking hydrogen-rich water is a convenient, practical way to bring in the beneficial molecule into the body for health benefits.


Some benefits of drinking Hydrogen-Rich Water can:
  • Help reduce inflammation
  • Help Reinforce Quality of Life and Maintain Good Health.
  • Help improve mood, anxiety, and autonomic nerve function in daily life
  • Help improve cellular health and protection from diseases caused by free radicals
  • Enhance better nutrient absorption and better hydration for your body
  • Increase blood circulation & helps to lower saturated fat & cholesterol levels
  • Improves muscle-tissue functions & joints mobility
  • Detoxifies your body by neutralizing free radicals
  • Helps reduce aging to give healthy-looking skin
  • Stabilizes health & support healing
  • Improves bowel movements & reduce constipation problems and more...
Although it's been a long-time trend in Japan, drinking hydrogen-rich water is still a fairly new practice for the rest of the world. You can now find many vendors and suppliers that sell hydrogen-rich water generators and bottles at a very high price. But don't worry, here at Finn And Harley, we can help solve that problem. With our portable Hydrogen-Rich Generator water bottle, you will have that refreshing water on the go wherever you are.




US National Library of Medicine
National Institutes of Health