Miron Glass

натуральная косметика

A few years ago, I drew attention to the fact that more natural cosmetics producers have black bows and bubbles. And some who used color or opaque glass make edizine and accept black coats (e.g. Laurel, Mukti Organics). A lot of the size and shape of the flaccoons are exactly the same, as if everyone suddenly had a fantasy. Bunny's got nothing to do with the labels, it's pretty good on the wheel. And black color, even though it's solid and noble, sometimes seems dark and sometimes imposter. Amateur, let's say. Turns out there's an explanation for this black trend. And not some kind of science.
Let's start by saying it's not just glass, it's a glass with a special name Miron glass. Second, it's not a black glass, though. In fact, the color of the dark-fiole glass becomes visible if you look through that glass to the light. Thirdly, the desire of many natural producers to use purple glazing to store their funds is a science called biophotonic.


In the 20s of the past century, our compatriots scientist, Alexander Gurvic, first discovered ultraviolet radiation of living cells. The scientist was watching two bulbs who were close to each other, but they didn't. It turns out that one bulb stimulated the process of splitting cells from another bulb, and the process itself was called mitogenic. The most important work on biofoton research was done by a German biophysicist, Professor Fritz-Albert Popp, who established the Institute The International Institute of Biophysics in Noise, Germany.

Further research carried out by scientists after the discovery of Alexander Gurvic indicates that the quality of food, cosmetics and medicines should be measured primarily by the number of biofotons they contain, not caloricity or biochemical characteristics. Solar energy transfers its power to plants and the number of solar photons in them is a direct indication of their quality. A man who consumes rich photons of food gets his life force by activating and energizing his own biophotons. The processed or conserved food is denaturated and almost does not contain biophotons. Which means she can't transfer the sun's energy to a man, but it reduces his own energy supplies and undermines life force. All this is fully relevant to the cosmetics.

Fiolet glass

We all know that solar light makes plants grow, it's called photosynthesis. The sun reaches the soil in the form of a visible colour spectrum (this is the colour of rainbows from purple to red) and invisible ultraviolet beams, infrared radiation, and micro- and radio waves. If the effects of solar light on plants continue after their maturity, it shall be launched through the destruction of the molecular structure. It is therefore very important to use fresh plants or to protect against bioactivity. Thus, ensuring the proper preservation of natural resources is a priority.

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