Pharmacist Symbol?

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There are a couple different symbols typically used to denote a pharmacy or pharmacist. The most recognized for retail is a silhouette of a mortar and pestle. A second symbol, more commonly associated with pharmacy as a medical discipline is the Bowl of Hygieia. A long stemmed bowl with a serpent intertwined.
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