The Power of Miron Glass
The preserving and protective qualities of violet glass can be traced back to ancient times of Egyptian civilization. Many valuable essences and healing products were kept in gold and violet glass containers. The alchemists as well, during the Middle Ages were aware of the special qualities of this "light spectrum frequency" crystallized as violet glass.
Miron violet glass works like a natural filter that blocks the complete spectrum of visible light with the exception of the violet part, attributed as the part of sunlight Miron Glass (spectral range of UV-A, and infra-red light) that protects and improves the quality of premium and sensitive substances. This unique combination offers optimal protection against the aging processes that are released by visible light, thus lengthening durability and potency of products.
According to the Institute Fraunhofer in Munich (Germany), the radiation in the photosensitive area (app 450nm to 720nm) does not enter the VIOLET glass. On the other hand, a common amber glass lets through light of all the visible areas of the light spectrum.
The secret of Miron Violet Glass is based on Bio-Photons in the violet spectral range (720-770 Bio hertz) which permanently activates and energizes the molecular structure, contributing to the healing energies of substances stored in the Miron Violet Glass.
(Clear Glass) (Amber Glass)
Activating the contents with sunlight
To charge your contents, set in the direct sun light for 20 minutes. This process will concentrate the biophoton energy from the sun into the product. You will most likely notice an improved taste after this process. This is particularly noticeable with wine. We recommend a full 30 minutes for wine and water bottles which are larger volume.
Storage test with tomatoes
During this test, a cherry tomato was stored for 7 months in a white glass and in a MIRON violet glass, and then kept at room temperature where sunlight could reach it. The result was photographed after 7 months. The microbiological changes of the tomato stored in white glass can be clearly seen. The tomato stored in MIRON violet glass however shows no loss of color and no signs of drying out.
Storage test with chives
Clear, green, and brown glass are permeable in the visible light spectrum and don’t offer enough protection against decomposition caused by light. As an experiment, several herbs and spices were stored for 3 months in several types of glass (clear, brown, violet), and were either exposed to the sun for several hours a day or kept inside.
After 2 months, the visible quality change was recorded with photographs, and the difference in smell determined in a blind test with volunteers. The illustration shows clearly that the chive samples that were exposed to the sun have bleached in brown and white glass. As photographed in this illustration, the sample stored in MIRON violet glass shows no color change. The smell of the chives stored in MIRON violet glass was also clearly stronger and fresher. (Dr. Niggli und Dr. Max Bracher)