Creating Hydrogen

Comparison between H2 and suisonia steam

Generating Hydrogen(Method Difference)

There are two ways to generate hydrogen、
Super heated steam reduction method and electrolysis method.


Super Heated Steam Reduction

Atomic Hydrogen (H) is extracted from steam vapor (H2O) which is exposed to a special catalyst that heated up to 600-750 °C

By inhaling atomic hydrogen and vapor at the same time, mucous will stay moist and not dry out, while working positively towards initial biological defense reaction (immune system).

The steam mixture containing right concentration of atomic hydrogen is uniquely named "suisonia".

H2 gas


By passing electricity through positive and negative electrodes in the water, the water (H2O) will decompose into hydrogen molecule (H2) and oxygen (O2).

This method allows lower production cost of hydrogen generator, while high-concentration of H2 can be achieved.

This is the most common way in generating hydrogen, while inhalation method is used.

We’re researching this atomic hydrogen containing steam "suisonia" generated by
superheated steam reduction method everyday at the MLS laboratory. Our research is based on:

  • 1) Discovering its mechanism through basic research department
  • 2) Gathering evidence and datas from clinical application research divisions from hospitals within and outside Japan.

Gas generated from suisonia

Suisonia has a great difference in the way how hydrogen is made. In electrolysis, high-concentration of hydrogen gas is inhaled, whereas in the superheated steam reduction method, a mixed gas containing atomic hydrogen at an appropriate concentration is inhaled.

Mixture of steam containing hydrogen

In order to send out hydrogen and steam generated in suisonia, the air is taken in. That is what we inhale.

Hydrogen Concentration 0.1〜0.3%
Approximately 60cc of hydrogen amount is generated every hour

Gas composition: atomic hydrogen, hydrogen molecule, steam, air in the current environment

ヒーター部過熱蒸気還元法で⽔(H₂O)から⽔素(H₂)を⽣成 原料⽔(H₂O)⽔蒸気