“My son was meant to be a tree” – Veronica Herrera-Ramirez

Veronica Herrera-Ramirez lost her 24 year-old son Nikolas “Nikko” Malliarodakis on March 21st, 2016 when he was hit by a driver who was under the influence. As any parent knows, losing a child is one of the most difficult things anyone can possibly endure in his or her lifetime. Veronica was initially unsure about what […]

How to use and plant your Bios Urn in nature

We are dedicating this blog post entirely to planting instructions for the Bios Urn. If you have any other questions, please feel free to add a comment down below, and we will help answer them. We try to make the Bios Urn as user-friendly as possible. The Bios Urn itself is divided into two capsules: […]

Bios Incube, continued growth.

Over the past year our company and our products have gone through a series of changes and evolutions. We started 3 and a half years ago with the humble idea of introducing the Bios Urn to the world, a product we have always deeply believed in, and felt would resonate with others out there, who […]

Cemeteries and the need to evolve.

When Hélène Blondin passed away, her family opted to use a Bios Urn, as they felt it was an appropriate way to remember her after life, and that it would be a beautiful memorial. They wanted to use the Bios Urn in a cemetery in Quebec. Quebec has become increasingly strict on burying urns in […]

Let’s talk about copycats

Dear customers, distributors, retailers, twitter followers, facebook fans, instagram friends, blog readers and lovely strangers who surf the web, Today is Friday, December 2nd, and it is 8pm. Like most Fridays we are still working at Bios Urn headquarters. The reason why we are writing this blog post is not to announce a new product […]