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Miron Glass Tincture Bottle - 50mL

Miron Glass Tincture Bottle - 50mL - Glass Pipette Dropper

Part of the Orion dropper bottle series, this Miron glass tincture bottle is inspired by the classic Boston round shape design. Featuring short-curved shoulders to allow easy and spill-free tipping, these glass bottles naturally protect essential oils, homoeopathic products, skincare products, lotions, creams, gels, tinctures, serums, make-up, primers and much more thanks to their Miron violetglass construction.

Designed specifically to fit the Orion 50mL bottle, the glass pipette features a ribbed ring and tamper evident cap, so that quality control for customers is assured. This bulb has a dosage of 0.7mL.

Violet-glass prevents harmful light rays from entering and preserves the active components within your tinctures. Miron glass also helps to increase shelf life, and protect and revitalize potency.

These specialised Miron concentrate bottles are ideal for your most valuable healing elixirs.

Miron Glass Tincture Bottle Dimensions:

  • Weight: 0.1kg
  • Dimensions: 3.5cm × 3.5cm × 10.5cm


Miron Pipette Dimensions:

  • Weight: 0.007kg
  • Dimensions: 2.5cm × 2.5cm × 12cm
  • Dosage: 0.7mL


About Miron Violet Glass

Miron Violet Glass is the best storage method for your herbs or organic matter. It uses a specialised form of violet glass to protect your products from harmful light energy. This helps to enhance flavours, reduce ageing and preserve bio-energy.

Forms of various violet glass can be traced back to Egyptian times. The Ancient Egyptian civilisations used these special protective properties for sacred belongings and storage. Valuable essences and healing organic products were kept in violet glass containers, usually with a gold trim!

Alchemists in the middle ages were also said to have used violet glass to bottle and store their various experiments, acknowledging the useful attributes of these containers. Advancements in industrialisation and the emergence of ‘new’ packaging materials meant that violet glass fell into obscurity over the past few hundred years.

Since the first industrially produced Miron violet glass production in 1995, the composition, manufacturing and verification methods have significantly changed. More and more producers of high-quality natural products are discovering the advantages of Miron violet glass containers.