COCOON GLASS

CANNABIS STORAGE FOR THE CONNOISSEUR

HOW IT WORKS

Cocoon protects better than clear or amber glass in a cannabis comparison.
Cocoon blocks out visible light and allows UVA and IR.

BACKED BY SCIENCE: BIOPHOTONICS

We think the science behind violet glass is pretty neat, but we'll spare you the drawn out explanation and tell you these two important facts: 


- Over time, visible light (sunlight) destroys organic matter. Cobalt blue, amber, green, and clear glass provide little to no protection from visible light. Only violet glass effectively blocks out ALL visible light. 


- Invisible light (UVA & infrared) is BENEFICIAL to organic matter. The Egyptians knew this, and the study of biophotonics proves it. UVA and far infrared light actually REVERSE cell mutation in scientific studies and preserve whatever is inside of them. Cool, right?


Your Cocoon blocks out all visible light, and lets in UVA and far infrared, creating the perfect combination of protection and benefit. Your flower gets the best curing environment possible, and your bookshelf, coffee table, or smoke station gets a dashingly good looking piece of art. 

Cocoon violet glass cannabis jars in the sunlight

VIOLET GLASS VS. OTHER GLASS

Cocoon pioneered the cannabis industry's first comparison of violet glass to amber and clear to determine efficacy. Placed in direct sunlight for two months, the results speak for themselves. 


Cannabis flowers exposed to the sun have bleached, browned, and dried in the amber and clear glass. The cannabis stored in violet glass shows no color change. The smell of the cannabis stored in violet glass was clearly stronger and as fresh as the day it entered the jar, while there was minimal to no smell to the cannabis stored in the clear and amber glass. 


After two months, the visible quality change was recorded by photograph, and the difference in smell was recorded in a blind test by experts in the industry. 


The samples each weighed 1.00 gram when placed in each of the respective glass containers. After two months, Cocoon's sample weighed 1.00g., the amber glass weighed 0.97g., and the clear glass 0.94g.