High preservation violet glass

Miron violet glass existence can be traced back to the ancient Egyptian civilization. Who used violet or gold jars in order to preserve and protect their most precious natural substances for long time storage. It was then rediscovered in 1800 by the Austrian naturalist Jacob Lorber, who noted the positive impact on the preservation of olive oil

Violet glass acts as a filter, it blocks the light waves that can damage your goods and at the same time enhances the beneficial ones. 

The secret relies on the fact that violet spectral range (720 - 770 Bio Herz) permanently activates and energises the molecular structure of the substance stored in the glass so it preserves it for much longer than others. 

Isaac Newton (1642-1727) observed that as soon as white light enters a prism, it divides into different spectral colors: red, orange, yellow, green, blue and violet. Showing that a white light is a mixture of rainbow colours. At the same time, light also contains a part which is invisible to our naked eyes and lies within the radius of electromagnetic wavelengths of infrared and UV-A lights. 

Miron Violet glass does the effective work of blocking the complete spectrum of visible light with the exception of the violet part. Allowing an optical protection against the aging process that is normally released by visible light, therefore, maintains and even enhances the high bio-energy of the ingredients for a long period of time.

Research conducted by Prof. F.A. Popp and Dr. H. Niggli, 1997/1998 proves that solar energy in our food is essential for our health. Solar energy enters our cells in the form of Bio-photons - the smallest physical unit of light. Bio-photonic research focuses on the application of the science of light on our food production and medicine. The Bio-Photons have a strong regulating and balancing energy and put the organism into a higher vibration or order. Bio-Photons are extremely sensitive. Miron Violet Glass maintains and even enhances the high energy of the bottle's contents for a long period of time.

Some common uses nowadays for violet glass are:

  • Essential oils
  • Botanicals
  • Herbs
  • Spices
  • Teas
  • Salves
  • Oils
  • Homemade tonics
  • Homemade body care products