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Infinity Jars are lab-optimized Ultraviolet glass containers which slow down the decaying process of organic matter. They maintain the freshness of whatever you put inside. What sets Infinity Jars apart from other jars is that Infinity Jars block out harmful light rays while selectively filtering beneficial UV-A and infrared rays to preserve and sanitize your products. This is an innovation in the industry where your precious materials or ingredients are best preserved and protected for optimum condition.

Infinity Jars was founded by Tram, a practicing licensed acupuncturist and herbalist who wanted a solution to keep precious, rare, expensive Chinese herbs fresh for her patients' medical use. Tram eventually found myriad additional uses for the jars and bottles, and Infinity Jars grew quickly as customers discovered all of the potential benefits and applications of ultraviolet glass!

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