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Is it legal to scatter human ashes in Ireland?
Answer: Yes there is no legal reason why you can not scatter ashes in a lake or in a river (ashes contain no DNA / chemicals or nutrients). However it is always better to check with the owner and agree access.
Where can I plant a living urn?
Below we've highlighted some of the most popular places for planting of cremated ashes with The Living Urn:
- On Private Property. ...
- In a City Park. ...
- In a State or National Park. ...
- At a Cemetery, Memorial Park or Green Burial Ground. ...
- At a Church. ...
- At a Golf Course. ...
- On the Patio or In the Home. ...
- Other Planting Options.
Can you plant a tree with ashes?
Cremation ashes may be harmful when placed in the soil or around trees or plants. While cremains are composed of nutrients that plants require, primarily calcium, potassium, and phosphorus, human ashes also contain an extremely high amount of salt, which is toxic for most plants and can be leached into the soil.
How much does it cost to have your ashes turned into a tree?
After a loved one is cremated, you will need to purchase The Living Urn and select a tree, which costs $129.
Is it bad to keep ashes in the house?
It can remain for a long time. Because of this, their energy can still be felt by the living. In truth, the dead never leave us but are in another dimension of existence. There's nothing wrong with keeping a loved one's ashes in the house.
Do they remove eyes during embalming?
The eyes are closed, often using skin glue and/or plastic flesh-colored oval-shaped “eye caps” that sit on the eye and secure the eyelid in place. The mouth is closed and the lower jaw is secured, either by sewing or wires. ... Once the jaw has been secured, the mouth can be manipulated into the desired arrangement.
Can you view an unembalmed body?
aCremation often gets asked if it is possible to view an unbembalmed body. In most cases – yes – if held soon after the death occurs. It's important to remember that decomposition begins immediately. The longer the time between death and the viewing, the greater the chance that viewing will not be recommended.
Why is embalming bad?
The embalming process is toxic. Formaldehyde is a potential human carcinogen, and can be lethal if a person is exposed to high concentrations. Its fumes can also irritate the eyes, nose, and throat. Phenol, similarly, can irritate or burn the flesh, and is toxic if ingested.
How long can a funeral home hold a body before cremation?
How long do bodies last in a coffin?
By 50 years in, your tissues will have liquefied and disappeared, leaving behind mummified skin and tendons. Eventually these too will disintegrate, and after 80 years in that coffin, your bones will crack as the soft collagen inside them deteriorates, leaving nothing but the brittle mineral frame behind.
Can you legally keep a dead body?
In all states, it is legal to have your loved one's body at home after they die. California has no law requiring that a licensed funeral director be involved in making or carrying out final arrangements.
Can a funeral home hold a body for non payment?
A funeral home cannot withhold the cremated remains of a loved one as collateral against a debt. ... A funeral home cannot refuse to transport a body to another funeral home. If you decide not to use a funeral home's services, they must release the body or have it moved to the location of your choosing.
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