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Old 04-22-2012, 05:12 AM
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I'm actually currently in school for mortuary science. There is a lot of knowledge required for embalming. Personally my favorite part is restorative art, which is the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color. Interesting post!!
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I'm actually currently in school for mortuary science. There is a lot of knowledge required for embalming. Personally my favorite part is restorative art, which is the care of the deceased to recreate natural form and color. Interesting post!!
You have strong nerves and reserve. You will need both. If you can do restorative art, you will do very good. I have seen some really good embalmers that just can't get the person to look "natural". Have you practiced reconstructing the head yet ?
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Hi mort999

The reason for the embalming is for health risk reasons for the people attending the funeral.
Embalming fluid does a great job of killing most of the nasty little germs decomposition produces.
In the state of Michigan a body does not have to be embalmed if it is to be buried with in the first 24 hours after death.

My personel choice is cremation .
It is fast ,cheap and I dont have family and friends looking at my cold dead ass at an over priced viewing.
Also they cant get your DNA post creamation.
This is something Wolfie. Viking64 and I have to think about.LOL

So if you're cremated then no embalming? Cool as cremated is my choice also lol
I don't even want an autopsy
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So if you're cremated then no embalming? Cool as cremated is my choice also lol
I don't even want an autopsy
I can't stand the thought of being reduced to a pile of ashes.
I want to rot. My last wish will be to dig out a huge hole fill it half way with concrete, put my casket on top and then pour more concrete on top of me so my bones stay there for the next 10 000 years.

One day when some aliens find me in a chunk of concrete they'll think i was some high king.
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my auntie had to be plastic wrapped cause she was leaky
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my auntie had to be plastic wrapped cause she was leaky
That actually happens fairly often. Sometimes when they do not place the trocar button just right, it causes problems later.

After they rupture internal organs and suction out the fluids, if they don't get the trocar properly sealed, it can leak cavity embalming fluid out onto the deceased's clothes.

Not what you want to see at a visitation of a loved one.
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Interesting; I did know most of this.
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