Turn Your Loved Ones Cremated Ashes to Beautiful and Memorable Diamonds
Our imminent death is probably one of the most unfortunate and at the same time natural event that would transpire ideally to each and every one of us. In this day and age, there are basically a lot of different types of funeral options that we will be able to choose from. Some of the most common examples are the traditional burial option, the natural burial option, the cremation process, burial at sea option, a cryomation procedure and etc. Unluckily, a lot of the funeral method that is mentioned in this article should only be eligible if ever the country or state that you reside in allow the funeral alternative, due to the fact that some countries feel like some funeral methods are unethical and should be illegal.
One of the most popular funeral options that almost anyone all over the world will be eligible to use is the cremation funeral method. Where the corpse of a person will be placed in a cremation equipment that is able to produce high heat temperature that is enough to reduce the corpse to its natural and basic elements. The cremation process may sound amazing and great already but hold your horses, since there is actually a great option that you can choose from after a cremation operation which is by the way not yet that popular all over the world. That simple yet great step after a cremation funeral method is to turn the cremated ashes of your loved ones to diamond.
This method of turning cremated ashes to diamond first started in a European country, and it is currently starting to get more recognition in an international scale as well. It is indeed really understandable for people to doubt the fact that cremated ashes can turn into diamonds, but it is indeed realistically possible since each and every cremated remains of a living being should definitely have some carbon properties on them. The very first thing that is needed to be done in the process of making diamond out of cremated ashes is that the carbon properties that is found within the cremated remains will first be extracted. They will then purify the extracted carbon through a purification method by using maintained and extreme heat temperatures in order to convert the carbon particles into graphite. The graphite will then be placed in a diamond press to simulate the intense heat and pressure within the natural bodies deep within the earth, and after countless preservation and pressing it will then become a diamond crystal. And finally, the diamond cutter who should be skilled and highly professional in terms of finalizing and properly cutting diamond will give the final touch.