How is the cremation process of a body?
It is likely that if you are not familiar with the cremation process, it may seem like a practice you do not want to go near. However, these methods are one of the most dignified ways to celebrate a life that has been lived to the fullest.
For this reason it is important that you know what are the traditions of cremation and know the step by step in which this process is performed.
Where did the cremation ritual begin?
Cremation is a tradition that has been used for hundreds of years. Even the Romans honored their warriors with this ritual.
In recent years, cremation has become extremely popular and much more chosen over conventional burials. This may be due to two fundamental factors: cost and time.
Whereas burials require a lot of money and a lot of paperwork, which the bereaved cannot go through with much coherence due to the deep pain they are feeling. Cremations not only reduce costs, but also make the process much simpler.
At Boinita we are dedicated to the cremation service, where we not only guarantee the utmost respect and care for your loved one, but we also facilitate the organization and all the paperwork. We also have the most affordable prices in the market.
Our company will take care of everything that is needed so that you, your family and friends can focus only on celebrating the life of your departed loved one.
How is the body prepared for cremation?
Cremations are the most respectful and honorable farewells, since by putting the body in high temperatures, what we will do is to return them to their natural state. Then those ashes can be scattered in the place that our loved one would have wished, or they can be kept in the warmth of their own home.
What is the step-by-step cremation process like?
Since the death of the family member, there is a whole process that is quick and concludes with the delivery of the ashes to the bereaved.
- Data collection: First, the service provider will collect all the deceased’s information: from personal data to the causes of death.
- Preparation of the remains: If the deceased had implants or any type of element or device foreign to the body, they will be removed to avoid any inconvenience. The clean body, as it arrives in the world, is the one that is already prepared to enter the chamber.
- Entrance to the cremation chamber: The cremation chamber is a rigid cubicle where by means of combustion the remains of the deceased are reduced to ashes. It is important before finalizing the service with the provider you choose to clear all doubts about the final costs involved in this process. Inside the chamber, the bodies are never exposed to flames, this is a fallacious thought that does not correspond to reality. After 3 hours, the ashes of the deceased will be ready to leave for the final resting place.
- Delivery of the ashes: The ashes are returned in the urn that you may have previously purchased or in a temporary urn. Temporary urns are made of plastic or cardboard and can be useful if you plan to scatter your ashes quickly.
Simple cremation has a process where at every step and every moment your loved one is treated with the respect he or she deserves.
From our company, we have the experience and human conditions necessary to provide an excellent service. But above all, respecting both the deceased and the pain of the bereaved, providing a service of great human quality.
Remember that Boinita is a Simple Cremation Service without a Funeral Service with the guarantee of the best price and service.
At Boinita we can take care of the cremation of your loved one. Then, once we have returned the ashes to you, you can arrange a simple memorial service that is perfect for you and your family.
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Boinita offers Single Cremation services without a Funeral Service, with a fixed price and 24-7 customer service. Boinita is located in the metropolitan areas of Aguascalientes, Cancun, Hermosillo, Merida and San Luis Potosi.