I don't have any amber bottles (yet) but...
My ND pours his remedies into a folded clean piece of paper. None get wasted and if he accidentally pours out too many, he can pour them back in without worrying that he's touched them.
Incidentally, I thought people might be interested in this - about 15 years ago I was the office manager for an MD who specialized in homeopathy (he's now deceased unfortunately). Wish I had paid closer attention! But, he had a very unique way of practicing (or at least I think so). He would meet with the patient, talk with them about what was going on, examine them if necessary and then prick their finger to get a blood spot on a piece of paper. He'd then go to his office and dowse over their blood spot to determine which remedy and dosage was appropriate for them. And then he'd prepare the remedy using a Radionics machine - I don't know much at all about Radionics but he had cards for each remedy that had a certain pattern on them, circular in nature. You'd put the card in a slot on this box and then put a glass vial of water in the box (no lid) and the water would get imprinted with the vibration of the remedy and the strength of it. It was very cool. And no, the vast majority of patients had no idea this was how he practiced.
I'll never forget one patient who was trying so hard to get his insurance to pay for the remedies. He called to ask if someone from the insurance company could come back and watch how the doc prepared them (not knowing how he did), so they would know they were legitimate. I can only imagine how that process would have gone over with them