In the world of packaging materials, glass maintains a key and important position. Yet traditional glass colors, like clear and amber allow light to penetrate and therefore they offer little if any protection against decomposition, they are simply just jars for containment, as when compared against MPJ, everything else is just a jar!
7 Month Tomato Test Between an the Mypharmjar 2 Liter apothecary Jar and a Clear Glass Equivalent
The tomato in the clear glass had mold and microbiological growth while Herb Preserve’s tomato showed no loss of color or sign of drying out. Imagine the difference it would make for your herb. It can’t get much more smoker friendly.
The instant herb is exposed to unfiltered light, the decaying process begins. The potency and quality of your herb is degrading as you read this if you don’t already use Mypharmjar.com jars.This is supported by extensive biophotonic research, which is the study of life and light. Herb can become dry and impotent in a matter of a few hours.
Mypharmjars can actually slow down the decaying process while maintaining and rejuvenating the freshness of your herb. What sets MPJ ultraviolet pigmented glass apart from all the other jars used in curing and storage history is that it blocks out all harmful visible light rays while selectively permitting far infrared and UV-A rays. These rays are necessary to protect organic matter from the aging processes, which explains why the tomato and chives were still as fresh as the day they were put in the container in the lab tests. This special pigmented glass is thicker and much more durable than your standard glass, it is smell-proof and visually discreet. Furthermore, all of our jar lid systems, the screw-top and glass-on-glass lid, are completely airtight. We are the only company on the market with patent pending embedded temperature and humidity sensor available for our jars. This enables you to monitor temperature and humidity inside your jar without having to open it.
Your product is totally protected, preserved much like ancient Egyptians- who invented deep violet glass thousands of years ago- preserved precious oils and herbs for centuries in tombs.