The epinephring is a device that administers epinephrine to the wearer when enduring an allergic reaction. The epinephring detects when an allergic reaction has occurred and automatically dispenses epinephrine into the wearer’s system through their skin. Epinephrine counteracts the dangerous effects of an allergic reaction by maintaining stable blood pressure and relaxing muscles within the body making it easier to breathe. Unlike other devices used to dispense epinephrine, the epinephring is painless and does not require the physical action of injection nor the aid of an additional person. The epinephring is the halo around your finger.