The bowl of Hygieia is a prop in Greek mythology. It is mostly depicted as a shaped medicine plate, which is owned by the goddess of health, the daughter of Asclepius, a famous doctor. Many stone statues and murals of xugui’ea feed a long snake with this bowl.
The bowl of Hygieia, like the snake stick of his father Asclepius, has a snake hovering on it. They also have the symbolic significance of medicine and treatment. They are one of the commonly used symbols in the world today. Carefully classified, “the staff of Asclepius” represents “medicine”, while “the bowl of Hygieia” represents “pharmacy”