THE SCIENCE BEHIND
Violet glass is relatively novel glassware, and has demonstrated outstanding capabilities of preserving substances contained in it for extended periods. Water, for example, has been kept fresh in violet glasses for over three years without use of artificial preservation techniques. Easily perishable foods have also been maintained for lengthy periods when stored in violet glass.
Violet Glass Benefits
Compared with blue, green, amber, or clear glass, violet glass provides a host of benefits, including:
• Protects against decomposition of perishable goods
• Preserves the natural bio-energy of natural substances
• Is 100 percent recyclable
• Protects stored materials from the visible-light spectrum
• Boosts the potency of the stored substance
• Protects against molecular changes of the stored substance over time
How Does It Work?
Violet glass allows only violet, ultra-violet, and infra-red rays to pass through it. It works as a natural filter blocking the complete spectral range of visible light except violet. This unique property filters out the damaging range of light, allowing only the beneficial light to penetrate. The valuable light improves the quality of substances in the bottle, thus lengthening the durability and potency of premium and sensitive products without the addition of preservatives. Amazing, right?
In their research on the glass, Professors F.A. Popp and Dr. H. Niggli theorized that there is immense unknown potential for the solar energy absorbed by our food. Their theory is that humans absorb solar energy through something called biophotons. Biophotons, in essence, are biologically produced photons operating on the ultraviolet and low-level light planes.
The theory is in its infancy; however, biophotons are thought to be essential to intercellular communication and the promotion and balance of energy. It’s thought to be associated with the vibration frequency of ultraviolet light and the cells in our bodies.
How Was It Developed?
Violet glass history is relatively short. First produced in 1995, it required nearly 50 years of experimentation to perfect. Initially, it was used for protecting an energetic medicine, Sun Remedies. Since then, it has been adopted throughout the health and wellness industry, particularly for storage of sensitive oils that are susceptible to deterioration when exposed to sunlight.
Use of violet glass is a way to boost the protective properties of traditional glass containers. The glass maintains the outstanding vibration frequencies of violet light in correspondence with those of the central nervous system. Jakob Lorber, author of The Healing Properties of Sunlight, explains clearly how homeopathic remedies could be preserved using violet energy. According to his book, remedies stored in these glasses not only could be protected, they are enriched for long periods.
How Does It Differ from Other Glass Bottles
Violet glass is different from other typical glass bottles in that it offers the unique possibility of maintaining the value of its contents over an extended period. Other glass types allow all or most of the visible light to pass through. This makes them less capable of protecting sensitive properties.
Scientific Exploration of Violet Glass
Several tests have been carried out to prove the conserving properties of this type of glass. One of the main organisations producing violet glass has partnered with beekeepers to explore the benefits of honey storage. Through this ongoing research, beekeepers have determined that violet glass does much more for food preservation than other airtight containers.
For example, in one honey storage test, its flavour not only was preserved over time, it vastly improved. The various compounds in honey resisted decomposition and the violet glass preserved the flavour, colour, beneficial enzymes, and molecular structure of the substance better, compared with other types of glass.
A similar test involved storing cherry tomatoes, one in a violet glass jar and one in a clear glass jar. Researchers kept both jars at room temperature in open sunlight for seven months. The tomato in the clear glass jar decomposed beyond recognition, showing signs of mould, dryness, and rot. The tomato stored in the violet glass jar showed no signs of discoloration or drying.
The Dutch company MIRON Violetglas AG performed another test on the preservation properties, storing chives for three months. Fresh chives were placed into three different glasses: violet, brown glass, and clear glass. After exposure to sunlight throughout the course of the test, the chives were measured by their visible colour and aroma.
The fresh green colour of the original herb was significantly impacted in the brown and clear containers; the chives were sun-bleached yellow and brown. The chives stored in the violet glass were still vibrantly green, maintaining their original colour. On top of this, in a blind aroma test, the violet glass chives significantly outperformed the other types.
The Miracle of Violet Glass
Violet glass is unsurpassed when it comes to preserving the L’abeille products. The dark violet glass helps maintain the life force of the contents & actives with respect to their potency. These exceptional properties make violet glass the ultimate container for maintaining quality and dynamic energy of all its components & premium ingredients.
In Essence: Violet glass is an excellent all-natural, high-vibrational frequency container that not only can preserve, but enhance the quality of contents. Packaging L’abeille in violet glass allows us to maintain the potency and naturalness of all ingredients to ensure that we provide the best products to our client
PACKAGING DISPOSAL GUIDELINES
We work to provide our customers with accurate guidelines on packaging recyclability, however, please ensure that your city or municipal programme is consulted before recycling an item.
Empty the contents of the container. Remove the cap, lid, dropper, pump and other components and rinse the bottle/jar with water.
Packaging items with adhesive-based labels
Contact your local recycling facility to ensure recyclability via curb-side recycling programme.