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The egg will be buried in the vertical position, with the body inside placed on a bed of Spanish Moss that brings moisture to the enzyme, which in return helps the process of decomposition that takes up to forty-five days, approximately.


As a designated tree chosen by the users will be planted on top of OVUM FUNGI, this process transforms the body into matter that can be used by other organisms and clears the way for the continued growth of the living parts of the land.


We use high-quality materials to provide the best egg for the growth for tress. Thus, we ensure long-lasting functionality with confidence.


It provide users with an environmental and budget friendly option to reduce the negative environmental impact that traditional burial services would otherwise cause on the planet.


It enables users to preserve the memory of their loved one via a system of holding the deceased body in a structure that supports the planting and growth of a tree.


It introduces a novel human sized biodegradable case, that holds the deceased’s corpse within and is designed in the shape of an egg.


The egg is composed of Mycelium, a component that serves and functions as a natural fertilizer to the tree planted on top of the egg..


OVUM FUNGI is the only product of its kind that utilizes a Mycelium case, which performs a critical role in forest decomposition, to provide users with a fully biodegradable burial option. OVUM FUNGI is uniquely designed in the shape of an egg to help decompose a human corpse. The egg case comes in a wide variety of sizes to compliment any corpse, held therein. The all natural components such as sea moss and mushroom Mycelium are strategically used in the construction of this unprecedented product to aid the process of decomposition without harming the environment.

INVENTOR: Karina Laranjeira  in 2013


We minimize the impact our disposed bodies have on the environment for the benefit of our future generations while concurrently contributing to the reforestation of this earth also using strategy against plant and soil diseases using Mycoremediation.

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Kathryn Moris
Entrepreneur, Writer and Speaker.

Frequently Asked Questions

Cremation ashes is harmful when placed in the soil or around trees or plants. While cremains are composed of nutrients that plants require, primarily calcium, potassium, and phosphorus, human ashes also contain an extremely high amount of salt, which is toxic for most plants and can be leached into the soil

The body is prepared by removing pacemakers, which can explode in the heat, prostheses and silicone implants.

Cremation turns your body into air pollution and barren ash. Studies of emissions reveal that cremation turns people into at least 46 different pollutants. Some of these, like nitrous oxides and heavy metals, remain in the atmosphere for up to 100 years causing ozone depletion and acid rain

Yes. There may be instances where the scattering of cremated human remains on the sea surface is not appropriate due to wind conditions or for other reasons. In these instances, the ashes may be buried at sea in an acceptable container

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