Asclepius Ink + Skin Stain
A botanically derived, alcohol-based stain made from pandan leaf, chlorophyl, and ritually consecrated sage, rose of jericho, and cypress. Frankincense, mint, and infused Asclepius honey.
Sphere + Sundry inks and skin stains tend to be on the light side, making them versatile in terms of layering and coloring the backgrounds of petition papers and sigil canvas with their built-in brush caps — in this case, a natural sage green. For writing, they tend to perform best using something like a Japanese calligraphy or watercolor brush, rather than true fountain pens.
When applied on the skin, this will likely be almost invisible on many tones, but still serve to activate the vessel as intended. Apply to resonant energy centers, acupuncture points, and meridians of afflicted systems. Draw sigils, forms, and affirmations upon the body.
Anoint the hands before engaging with healing arts and energy work, and draw over areas of the body that are targets for healing magics, prayers, and the like.
Arrives in a 1 oz bottle with brush cap for $65.
|0.5 × 0.5 × 2 in
Morning of May 8th 2023. Chart in image gallery.
HIGH STAIN POTENTIAL — Always perform patch tests before application to any medium
No – Honey
Works great on skin and paper. The color is a subtle gray/green. I have only used it for healing sigils using the brush that comes with it. It definitely gives a boost.
I love collecting S+ inks! And this is one of my favs ever. One way I like to work with it is to lightly trace sigils and words of power on my skin. Not the point of inks but this one smells and feels delightful.
This ink feels special and that is saying something as I have several of the inks and love them. The color is a gorgeous light green and in true Venus retrograde in Leo fashion I've been hand copying some of my favorite poetry onto pages decorated with this ink. One of my favorite ways to use this is super intuitively, and lately that means making healing poetry for my friends look hella cool.