From Ashes to Diamonds: Turn Your Loved Ones Ashes to a Diamond Memorabilia
One of the most unfortunate yet natural occurrences that would ideally happen to almost any person in this world is their imminent death. In this present day, there are actually many ways or options for us to choose from in terms of funeral alternatives and methods. Some common types of funeral method is the traditional burial method, natural burial method, burial at sea, cremation, cryomation and many more. Unfortunately not all types of funeral method is allowed in every country or continent, due to the fact that there is some country which announced some methods to be unethical, which is why it mostly depends on your country whether the funeral method is allowed or not.
There is actually one alternative funeral method that is nowadays legal in almost every country and states all over the world which is the cremation funeral process. The process of cremation is rather simple, they will place the corpse of a person or pet in a high tech cremation machine which is able to reach high temperatures that is needed to turn the corpse to its basic and natural 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.
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. 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 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. The next step is for them to undergo a purification procedure, where they will have to heat on extreme and well maintained temperature conditions the extracted carbon in order to convert them 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 for the final touch, the diamond will then be given to a professional diamond cutter to finish and smoothen the diamond.