Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sepia in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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BACK AND NECK
Burning constrictive pain about the shoulders, chest and neck, in the evening.
Painless swelling as large as a hazelnut, in the neck.
Severe itching in the neck.
Pressive sore pain in the lowest cervical vertebra, in the evening, while walking in the open air.
Tensive pain on the one side of the neck, as if it was swollen.
Stretching out of the neck, straining of the cervical muscles, contortion of the facial muscles (11th d.).
Red herpetic spots, intensely itching, on both sides of the neck.
Large furuncle on the neck, below the left jaw, with shooting pain.
Pain in the sacrum (aft. 5, 16 d.).
Pain in the sacrum, while walking, in the afternoon (aft. 5 d.).
Weary pain in the sacrum.
Sprained pain in the sacrum, above the hips, in the evening in bed, and in the afternoon (aft. 12 d.).
Tired in the spine from walking, so that the lower part of the spine feels broken.
Drawing pressure on the left side, in the lower part near the sacrum (aft. 28 h.).
Off repeated, sharp pressure on the sacrum, and a little below it.
Clucking on the right side, beside the sacrum.
On lifting something, something like a stitch darted into the sacrum, so that he dared not move for pain there, he had to walk stooping forward, and felt severe shooting, when he knocked against anything with his foot.
Stitches, posteriorly above the right hip, for four days almost continually, she could not lie on the right side for pain, and when touched, the spot ached as if festering underneath.
Intermitting pressure just above the right hip, somewhat toward the spine.
Red spot, like herpes, above the hips.
Pain in the back, merely when sitting, and even when sitting but a little while.
Pain in the back, only when walking, arresting the breathing.
Pain in the upper part of the back, every morning, when she dresses somewhat tightly.
The whole back is painful, when sitting bent over in writing.
Pressure on the spine, above the sacrum, with rheumatic drawing in the nape.
When stooping, suddenly an intense pain in the back, like a blow with a hammer, attended with a shooting, tearing pain, so severe that he thinks he will sink down and give up breathing; the pain is relieved by pressing his back against a hard object.
Burning pressure in the spine (aft. 1, 3 d.).
Stiffness in the lower part of the back, so that he can only straighten himself with difficulty.
Stiffness in the back, diminished while walking.
Tensive pain on the right side of the back, below the scapula, especially while lying on the left side.
Drawing pressure near the spine, beside the left scapula, at times drawing into the nape.
Heaviness in the back, in the morning on awaking, as if she could not readily turn over or raise herself, or as if she had not lain in a good position, almost like going to sleep.
Drawing pressure below the right scapula, now on the back, now more in the side, especially sensible while sitting, when the arm is held out from the body.
A pretty strong pressure on a small spot, between the upper part of the scapulae.
Tensive pain in the left scapula, toward evening.
Tensive pain between the scapulae.
Drawing in the scapula intermingled with jerks (aft. 19 d.).
Tearing in the left scapula, as from a cold (aft. 4 h.).
Drawing between the scapulae and in the upper part of the chest (aft. 23 d.).
Shooting in the left scapula.
Stitches between the scapulae (aft. 24 d.).
Shooting pressure between the scapulae.
Fine shooting pain from the scapula down through the ribs, on the right side of the back, at every inspiration; always lasting as long as the inspiration, in every position of the body, only less when walking in the open air.
Fine shooting in the scapula, also extending into the side and into the chest, only when sitting and when walking fast; it ceases when walking moderately, so also when leaning against the painful spot; chiefly in the evening and afternoon.
In the nape, drawing and shooting, even when at rest, arresting the breath.
Sensation of swelling in the nape.
Twitching in the nape, with shaking of the head.
Her head was jerked backward, in the morning on rising.
In the right axilla, tickling burning.
The gland in the right axilla swells up and suppurates.
Swelling of the axillary glands.
Itching in the axillae.
In the right shoulder, and in the whole side, a squeezing drawing.
Pressive pain as from a sprain, just below the left shoulder-joint, on the back.
Dull, drawing, tearing, sprained pain in the shoulder-joint (after dinner).
Tension and drawing in the left shoulder-joint, going off when it is moved.
Tearing on and in the left shoulder-joint.
Violent pain in the shoulder-joint, on lifting the least weight also in resting his elbow in a high position, like a keenly painful pressure with trembling of the hand.
Sprained pain in the shoulder-joint, on resting his arms in writing (3d d.).
Severe pain, in the shoulder-joint as if it would tear off, even so as to cause the person to scream; much eructation relieves for a quarter of an hour.
Pain in the morbidly raised shoulder, also on touching it.
Stiffness of the left shoulder; she cannot raise her hand up to her head (aft. 13 d.).
Drawing pain in the shoulder-joint, early in bed, lasting for one hour after rising.
Pulling and drawing in the top of the shoulder, while at rest.
Great pain in both shoulders.
Pressure on top of the shoulder at night; it felt asleep and sprained.
Pressive sore-pain on the top of the shoulders, as if rubbed open.≡ more ...