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Microhydrin® & Mega-H
At one time Microhydrin and Mega-H were the same compound with two different names. We no longer believe that is the case. Microhydrin was the original silica hydride and the only one on the market since 1997 until December 2001 when Dr. Patrick Flanagan developed a new version with the name Megahydrin.  

Microhydrin® is marketed by Royal BodyCare.
MEGA-H™ is marketed by Dr. Patrick Flanagan's company the Flantech Group.

Research on Microhydrin & MEGA-H
Laboratory research shows that more electrons and more hydrogen are provided by Mega-H than Microhydrin.

At one time Microhydrin® lived up the the standards listed below
The following are excerpts from an analysis done by: Cory J. Stephanson, Department of Chemistry, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities and G. Patrick Flanagan, Flantech Group, Cottonwood, AZ .  

 

Microhydrin ® and MEGA-H™
Evaluated for Hydroxyl Radical-Scavenging Abilities

Free radicals and the resultant oxidative stress on an organism have been the subject of analysis for clinicians, nutritionists, biologists and chemists alike. Of all the reactive oxygen species (ROS), the hydroxyl reactive oxygen species is known to be one of the most reactive and physiologically harmful, suspected in such pathologies as atherosclerosis, oncogenesis, cataractulargenesis and DNA mutation.    

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AntioxidantStrength Compared    

When mixed with water not all antioxidants actually create a reduced aqueous environment. As shown below two of the antioxidants: Vitamin E and Nanohydrate actually oxidized the solutions.  Note that MegaHydrin/MEGA-H creates the most change in relative hydrogen pressure.      

Compound  

delta  

   

100 mg per 250 mL water  

rH  

Ox/Red  

MEGA-H

11.91  

Reduced  

Microhydrin    

?  

Reduced  

Total Antioxidant  

6.48  

Reduced  

N-acetyl-cystine (NAC)  

6.09  

Reduced  

Vitamin C  

4.54  

Reduced  

Selenium  

3.16  

Reduced  

Antioxidant Plus  

3.02  

Reduced  

MultiVitamin  

2.06  

Reduced  

Vitamin A  

2.01  

Reduced  

Ubiquinone (CoQ10)  

1.45  

Reduced  

zinc  

0.26  

Reduced  

Norvasc  

0.13  

Reduced  

Vitamin E  

-0.04  

Oxidized  

Nanohydrate  

-0.55  

Oxidized  

Table 1. Relative Change in rH. Each of the tested antioxidants were compared based on the change in the  relative hydrogen pressure, rH of the compound, before  and after the addition to water. rH is a logarithmic scale.

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