Embalming is the art and science of preserving human remains by treating them
to forestall ..... Members of Iglesia ni Cristo allows embalming for the view of their
loved ones. It forbids autopsy an...
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Feb 10, 2012 ... View all 13 replies .... Why do funeral homes use this shit for embalming. ... in a
funeral home for viewing at that point (if it wasn't embalmed).
The first step in the embalming process is surgical, in which bodily fluids are ...
The second step is cosmetic, in which the body is prepared for viewing by styling
Oct 24, 2013 ... Typically the viewing takes place a few days after death. So I will clean up the
prep room and leave until it's time for the next embalming or until ...
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Viewing the Remains. Once the casket is closed it is not to be opened again
unless the deceased was not previously identified and now requires identification
Oct 7, 2008 ... Despite the jokes, I was determined to see the embalming through. ... It's more
the smell of embalming fluid that really gets in your clothes and ...
Oct 9, 2013 ... If you fear getting cremated alive or buried alive, embalming guarantees ...
Certainly, embalming isn't necessary AT ALL to see the dead body.
Morticians have been taught that embalming is the foundation of the funeral
business. ... Certainly, embalming isn't necessary AT ALL to see the dead body.
The prohibition of embalming for the purpose of viewing the deceased is
considered in a ... primping, berouging, and dressing the remains to be placed on