Hydrogen Water – How Best To Get It?

A Heartful Healing video outlining how we came to the conclusions below.


When I started drinking hydrogen water for a few weeks I started to feel more energy in my brain and body (despite going through a period of little sleep), I didn’t get ill when it looked like there was something going round our house, and I’m even seeing my skin smoothen.  I obviously can’t be 100% certain that it’s due to the water, but the indications are very clear to me.  I’m also drinking a lot more water than I did, as it tastes so much lighter and easier to drink.


I’ve been using 3 different methods of getting hydrogen into my water.  I’ve bought a little portable machine – like a water bottle – called a Hydrogen Water Generator, which takes a few minutes to infuse therapeutic levels of hydrogen into a glass of water.  

There are many Hydrogen Water Bottles on the market. I’ve been researching some of them –  the 2 I’ve been trying are the CellPower Hydrogen Water Bottle, a new bottle created by the frequency pioneer Nuno Nina (those of you who own a Healy will recognise the name as the creator of the core Gold Cycle frequency programs), and also the Q-Life Hydrogen Water Bottle.. I’ve also been using hydrogen tablets that you simply drop into the water and which claim to give a much higher concentration.  I’ve recently been testing and comparing these different methods and my results are below.


The Cellpower, which ships from Portugal, seems to have the best features (magnets, the addition of frequencies into the water).  The bottle has a luxurious feel to it and looks to be very good quality.  However, according to my testing (with well-respected hydrogen reagent drops), it doesn’t result in any significant molecular hydrogen in the water.  I’ve had the bottle replaced, and the replacement has the same issue, so while this is available through the site and the Heartful Healing shop for anyone who wants to own one, I’m not any longer able to personally recommend it.


The Q-life ships from the USA.  When working at its best, it tests as having much better molecular hydrogen concentration than the Cellpower, at 1.2 ppm (parts per million), which is a respectable therapeutic amount (though less than they claim), and I certainly feel it makes a difference to the taste of the water and how easy it is to drink. 

However, it’s unfortunately not consistent, and I find that it sometimes drops to half or a third of that amount of hydrogen.

It’s not clear what causes the changes.  It seems to help if it’s fully charged and the bottle is full with the lid tightly screwed on, but even this is not enough to consistently ensure a stronger concentration.  Sometimes I just observe that there are more bubbles of hydrogen, and sometimes less, and it’s confirmed by testing with the drops.  And the older it gets, the less often it seems to be performing optimally.

Therefore, it’s not possible for me to personally recommend this option either.


A large number of studies* have strongly suggested  that hydrogen water can significantly benefit many areas of our health, including:

  • Immunity
  • Inflammation
  • Brain Health
  • Skin
  • Anti-Aging
  • Weight-loss and appetite
  • Energy and Performance
  • Mood
  • Arthritis
  • Wound-healing
  • Blood pressure
  • Blood sugar
  • Anti Aging
  • Radiation

* Click the links below for references to studies that have been conducted on the benefits of hydrogen water in the following areas:

Interestingly, both bottles seemed to perform much better when they were brand new – the water tasted much better and went down much easier, and I seemed to feel lighter and more energised from drinking it.  However, this fell away very quickly, especially the Cellpower (and the replacement they sent didn’t work well from the start).

If you do decide to go for a bottle, whichever company it’s from, make sure you test it tyourself to check whether it performs as the manufacturer claims (and to take it up with them if it doesn’t, in the hope that they’ll honour their warranty, which sadly doesn’t happen as much as it should….). To do this, you use reagent drops.  The ones I use are called H2Blue, which are easy to use and seem to have a good reputation. 


This is the latest way I am trying to get molecular hydrogen into my body.  These tablets claim to be able to achieve a super-saturated level of 9ppm of hydrogen in a glass of water (that’s more than 7 times as high as the Q-Life bottle when it’s working optimally).  There’s a video on the product page where they show this concentration being tested.

As these are tablets, they avoid the risk of performance falling off over time, as seems to happen with the bottles.

They’re also not prohibitively expensive.  A tablet a day for a year will cost about as much as a Q-Life bottle (whose warranty is for one year) with postage, and much less than a Cellpower bottle. 


I am therefore now using Hydrotab as my main source of molecular hydrogen. 

I am taking a tablet in half a litre of water each morning, and then perhaps another during the day – and then if I want more water, I’ll use the Q-Life bottle, (seeing as I already have 2 of these).

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