Miron Violet Glass
What is Miron Violet Glass?
Although it looks black from the outside, miron glass is a violet glass. If you look at it with a light source behind it, you’ll be able to see this.
While it has only come into modern consciousness recently, first being produced in our modern age back in 1995, evidence suggests that violet glass was used by the ancient Egyptians as well as medieval alchemists to protect special herbs and materials.
When it comes to herbs there are a few natural things that can degrade their quality; light, air and heat.
For these reasons we recommend you keep your herbs sealed in their package and in a dark and cool cabinet.
Miron Violet Glass is totally different than your average glass bottle.
The problem with other glass colors – like clear, blue, green, and brown – is that they allow enough visible light to pass through to damage the product.
Miron Violet Glass doesn’t do that. The unique properties of the glass don’t allow any visible light to pass through, with the exception of violet light and the spectral range of UV-A and infrared light.
This means that things stored in Miron Violet Glass stay fresher longer – not only fresh, but the glass also preserves the dynamic energy of what is stored inside.
The most important thing for you to do is to keep the air out as much as possible. In some of the herbs we even add in an oxygen absorber to help with this.
Testing shows that it can dramatically improve the shelf life and potency of various products.
Not only will these taste and smell better, but that also means more of the medicinal properties and nutrition is preserved.
We thought about packaging all of our herbs in Miron Violet Glass but it would increase the cost, not to mention shipping.
Now you can choose your own Miron Violet Glass Jar to protect your precious herbs.