This ink is best used with a quill pen or fine brush. Also very good as a dye to age paper.
The oil of the Walnut has been used for centuries in the preparation of fine paints for artists. Early masters used India ink made from Walnut ink or iron-gall nut ink for their historical art and literature works. Ancient Romans believe the Walnut originated in Persia. Greek usage of walnut oil dates back to the fourth century B.C., nearly a hundred years before the Romans. In some gypsy communities, an ancient use of Walnut ink was to stain the hands of criminals. Once stained, it is impossible to wash off and remains in the skin for a long period of time. The criminals were effectively marked.
So...take WARNING: Walnut ink STAINS. Probably only time will remove Walnut ink stain from your skin.
Also, please do not drink this or let children play with it or feed it to plants or animals. It could be
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