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 common types of funeral method is the traditional burial method, natural burial method, burial at sea, cremation, cryomation and many more. 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.
Probably the most popular funeral method that is actually really popular and legalized in most states and country is the cremation 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. Although this may sound really great and all already, there is actually another step implemented in the cremation method that is not yet well known to the masses. And that simple step is to make the cremated ashes of your loved ones and turn them into a diamond.
The procedure of converting the ashes of your loved ones into diamonds has first popped up in a European country, and in this day and age, it is starting to get more and more popular in an international scale. While it may be kind of hard to fathom, it is ideally really possible, since cremated remains of a living thing should have a lot of carbon properties found on them. The very first step of the method of making diamonds out of cremated ashes is that they will have to extract all the carbon properties that is found within the cremated remains of a living being. Next, they will then proceed to the purification process by heating the extracted carbon under proper and maintained temperatures to convert them into graphite. And the graphite will then be situated in a diamond press for a perfect simulation of how the earth is doing its business deep within by using extreme heat and pressure, which will then produce a diamond crystal after countless pressing and heat applications. And lastly, the diamond crystal will then be taken to a professional diamond cutter to finalize the job.