Silicone Nasal Cannulas for Hydrogen Inhalation

Silicone Nasal Cannulas for Hydrogen Inhalation

At Health and Hydrogen, we prioritize your safety and comfort by providing high-quality hydrogen inhalation devices. A crucial component of our devices is the nasal cannula, crafted from medical-grade silicone, the same material used in hospitals worldwide for various respiratory therapies, including hydrogen inhalation.

Material: Medical-Grade Silicone

Our nasal cannulas are made from medical-grade silicone, renowned for its biocompatibility and safety. Silicone is a preferred material in the medical field due to its non-toxic nature, flexibility, and durability. It ensures a comfortable fit and minimizes the risk of skin irritation, making it ideal for prolonged use.

Studies Supporting Silicone Safety

Research has consistently demonstrated the safety of silicone in medical applications. For instance, a study published in the Journal of Biomedical Materials Research highlights silicone’s excellent biocompatibility, making it suitable for various medical devices, including nasal cannulas. Another study in the European Respiratory Journal confirmed that silicone nasal cannulas effectively deliver gases like oxygen and hydrogen without causing adverse reactions.

Usage Duration and Replacement

To ensure optimal performance and hygiene, we recommend replacing the silicone nasal cannula every month. Here are the specific reasons for this recommendation:

  1. Hygiene: Over time, even with regular cleaning, bacteria and other microorganisms can accumulate on the cannula, posing a risk of infection.

  2. Material Integrity: Continuous use can cause the silicone material to degrade, potentially leading to small cracks or deformations that compromise the cannula’s efficacy and comfort.

  3. Optimal Performance: Regular replacement ensures that the cannula maintains its shape and function, providing a consistent and effective hydrogen inhalation experience.

By adhering to this monthly replacement schedule, you can ensure that your hydrogen inhalation therapy remains safe, hygienic, and effective.


Our commitment to your well-being drives us to use only the best materials and recommend practices that enhance your hydrogen inhalation therapy. The medical-grade silicone used in our nasal cannulas is proven to be safe and effective, and regular replacement every month ensures you continue to receive the highest quality care.

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1. Journal of Biomedical Materials Research
2. European Respiratory Journal