Can hot water also be enriched with hydrogen like in Ayurveda or hot tea?
My wife and I usually follow Ayurveda's recommendation of drinking water that is room temperature to hot.
Otherwise, we actually prefer drinking tea to cold drinks or even water.
After working through your new book and the active water's not very long shelf life, I still don't know how to do this optimally and practicably in order to preserve the dissolved gaseous hydrogen and thus also the redox potential?
Even if we were to use thermos flasks filled to the limit, the free hydrogen would gas out after we drank it for the first time and air would get into the flask.
Answer from Karl Heinz Asenbaum on how best to combine hot drinks and hydrogen
Video | Karl Heinz Asenbaum | Ayurveda and hydrogen:
Hydrogen water as a cold and hot drink Hydronade®
Yes, Ayurveda fans are not the only ones. Many people especially don't like drinking cold water. In Ayurveda, water is obviously always boiled for a long time. This not only serves hygiene, but also complete degassing. I think that's good when it comes to oxygen and carbon dioxide, but of course there's no hydrogen left. Since in Ayurveda the water is often drunk but not always in a heated state, the hydrogen can no longer be introduced into a hydrogen device through electrolysis because it simply would not dissolve at a higher temperature.
Since the question comes up quite often and I didn't know the answer, I made a few attempts and described the solution in this video.
What would work is a hydrogen fizzy tablet that you put in your drinking glass or cup once or twice a day. It works through a magnesium reaction with water, malic and tartaric acid and is not subject to Henry's law, at least not in part, because therapeutic levels can be determined even with hot water after 15 minutes. You can try it all out here:
Kind regards, Karl Heinz Asenbaum