Miron Violet Glass: Enhancing Natural Preservation and Potency
Swiss scientist Yves Kraushaar's groundbreaking discovery of violet glass stands as a testament to the convergence of science and nature. After nearly 15 years of research, Kraushaar unveiled the unique properties of this glass, which, quite literally, breathes life into the molecular structure of substances it houses. He coined this phenomenon as "violet life radiation."
Violet light is remarkable for its high-frequency vibration, resonating within the range of 720-770 billion hertz—a frequency that aligns with the vibrational resonance of our central nervous systems. Miron glass, however, goes beyond mere containment; it acts as a selective filter, allowing three specific frequencies of light to permeate: visible violet light, non-visible UVA (ultraviolet A), and far-infrared lights.
The unparalleled preservation capacity of Miron glass is rooted in its ability to harness the protective qualities of light. Non-visible UVA light, nestled within the spectrum of ultraviolet light, emerges as the unsung hero, thwarting the growth of bacteria, mold, and pathogens. In stark contrast, traditional glass variants—clear, amber, blue, and green— permit the unrestricted passage of both visible and non-visible light, inadvertently compromising the integrity of substances stored in them.
A Synergistic Alchemy: Solar-infused
The wonder and beauty of Miron violet glass extends beyond our packaging; they are integral to the very essence of our products. All of our herb infused oils undergo an immersive "sunbathing violet-light radiation" process. Herbs such as calendula, yarrow, arnica, St. John's wort, and comfrey luxuriate within cold-pressed, organic oils contained in Miron violet glass for six to twelve weeks. This alchemical fusion enhances the potency, aroma, and therapeutic qualities of our ingredients, allowing us to craft products that resonate with the vibrational harmony of nature itself.
HOW WE MAKE OUR SOLAR INFUSIONS
Grow, harvest and dry the herbs we want to extract. Some of our favorite herbs to process this way are calendula, chamomile, sweet yellow clover, arnica, comfrey and rose.
Once the herbs are dry, we lightly pack our Miron Violet Glass apothecary jars and fill them with cold-pressed oils. Our favorite oils to use are jojoba, olive oil and sunflower oil.
Let time and sunlight work their magic.
The apothecary jars are placed in a sunny window for 3-12 weeks. We gently rotate each jar up and down once daily, imbuing our energy and moving the oil around for maximum extraction.
When the oil looks and feels ready, we strain and decant them before tightly sealing to store until use.