โš•๏ธ Medical Symbol

Expresses:

Medicine, Greek Mythology, Rod of Asclepius, Healing, Cure, Doctor, Medical Field, Frontline Health Dept.

โš•๏ธ Meaning: A tapering rod or needle-like structure circularly wrapped by a snake. It is either shown completely black or with a dash of color along with a square background.

The โš•๏ธ Medical Symbol represents the Rod of Asclepius, which is often shown with a pair of entwining snakes and not a single one. It symbolizes medicine, the medical department, and the overall theme of healing.

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How and When to Use the โš•๏ธ Medical Symbol Emoji

  • Very similar to the usage of โ›Ž Ophiuchus, โš•๏ธ too could be brought into the caption for posts/reposts that are about healing; physical healing; frontline workers, the medical department, along with mental, emotional, psychological, and spiritual healing too.
  • Contrary to popular belief, the snake in โš•๏ธ is believed to be sacred and full of wisdom and healing. This means, you can use this emoji even while talking about knowledge; the kind of knowledge that heals. Like, โ€œYou could heal yourself โš•๏ธ With knowledge of the right thingsโ€.
  • Generally, a snake is associated with poison and venom, which is exactly the opposite of its image in โš•๏ธ. So, in cases of contradiction, this emoji may be helpful. For example, โ€œSimplicity and complexity need each other โš•๏ธโ€ or โ€œOpposites attract โš•๏ธโ€.
  • Since โš•๏ธ has a heavy reference to Greek mythology, you could use this emoji in general contexts either about or referring to the Greek myth.
  • โš•๏ธ can be used for all forms and types of medication and healing; both mainstream and alternative/niche aspects.

Other Names

  • โš•๏ธ Rod of Asclepius
  • โš•๏ธ Snake Entwining a Rod
  • โš•๏ธ Aesculapius
  • โš•๏ธ Asklepios
  • โš•๏ธ Asklepian
  • โš•๏ธ Rod of Asclepius
  • โš•๏ธ Staff of Asclepius
  • โš•๏ธ Greek Mythology
  • โš•๏ธ Greek Symbol of Medicine