BY: DANIKA MOIR
Ever thought about what happens to your body after you die? I have. If you choose to be buried, you end up rotting in the ground in a box. If you’re cremated, you could either be put in an urn on someone’s mantel, or your carbonized body will be spread in an area like the ocean. However, there is now another alternative.
Bios Urn is an urn cremated remains can be put into and be planted to grow a tree. The urn is entirely biodegradable, so it is environmentally friendly. You can read our article about the Bios Urn here.
But now, the creators of Bios Urn have stepped up their game. They have recently created a product called the Bios Incube, in which you place your Bios Urn. This product attempts to reach more people with its portability. It acts as an incubator for the growing tree, which can now allow people in cities with limited land area to watch the tree of their loved one grow.
The Bios Incube allows you to watch a deceased loved one grow into a beautiful tree in spaces with limited land area.
You can control the Bios Incube with a simple app on your phone. It will enable you to track the progress of your Bios Urn and monitor its growth and needs wherever you decide to put it. If it needs to, the Bios Incube will tell you the needs of your plant and the maintenance it needs, if any. When the tree needs water, the Bios Incube will deposit water to the tree from the water that the Incube holds in its well. The system automatically waters the tree, and ensures it is not getting too much or too little water.
The Bios Incube is environmentally friendly and 100% recyclable. It can be reused to hold other Bios Urns and grow more plants and trees. This is a brilliant innovation that can turn cemeteries into beautiful forests, as well as save the limited space to bury loved ones.