As you read this, you must be grieving a loved one or contemplating the fragility of human life. However, you are not in a happy state but this is the truth of life. You can now browse this site if you want to arrange the cremation for your loved ones.
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First, what is cremation? Basically, the remains of the dead are cremated at extreme temperatures to turn the body into ashes without leaving any solid remains. The ashes are then placed in an urn or sprinkled in a specific place, or whatever the deceased wanted to do with them.
Some want to be kept in lockers so their loved ones can carry the remains in their hearts, while others want the ashes to be scattered in the sea or in a place frequented by the deceased. The possibilities are endless and this is one of the benefits of cremation, not burial.
Another benefit is that it is much safer for everyone (probably). What does this mean? Well, corpses fall apart and sometimes they don't bury themselves properly and that can cause problems. Even upon awakening, the body can begin to emit harmful gases that can cause illness in those present.
Burning it immediately prevents this. Even if the deceased has died from an illness or other infectious disease, the risk of transmitting the virus to a living person is zero. In general, people think that cremation is better for everyone involved than funeral.
It's a good idea to have a solid funeral plan so you know what to do instead of dealing with finding a funeral and other logistical issues. A body turning to ashes means space and flexibility. You can scatter the ashes or put them in an urn, and the family doesn't have to visit the cemetery to pay homage to the deceased.