THESE BIODEGRADABLE BURIAL POD WILL TURN YOUR DECEASED LOVED ONE INTO A TREE

THESE BIODEGRADABLE BURIAL POD WILL TURN YOUR DECEASED LOVED ONE INTO A TREE

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Capsula Mundi : We don’t need any schooling on how dead bodies are treated under different cultural practices. A variety of age-old practices lands dead bodies under the ground or for cremation. But what if you could just turn a deceased loved one into a tree?
After a person has died, the remains of the body are encased inside a pod which is planted in the soil with a tree above it.
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Over the period of time, the tree takes all the nutrients it needs to grow, from the body.  “A cemetery will no longer be full of tombstones and will become a sacred forest.”
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This egg-shaped pod is a biodegradable plastic shell, that breaks down and the remains provide nutrients to a sapling planted right above it.
As for now, the designers have only launched a version which is ash-only, however, they do plan to bring in a capsule to encapsulate the whole body.
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