Yellow stains from SepiaIs it normal that a person gets yellow/orange rustlike stains from Sepia?
Dalia on 2007-02-08
The pathogenesia of SEPIA on the skin is the next:
► Itching in face, on arms, hands, back, hips, feet, abdomen and genitals.
► Itching often changes to burning, when scratching.
► Soreness of the skin ; humid places in bends of knees.
► Brown ; or, claret-colored, tetter-like spots.
► Humid tetter, with itching and burning.
► Vesicles, itching, followed by abundant desquamation.
► Ringworms ; boils ; pustules ; pemphigus.
► Ulcers : painless, on joints or tips of fingers or toes ; itching, stinging and burning.' (from homeoin.org webpage)
May be from this remedy.
andres last decade
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