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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Repeated eyeache, with headache and heat in the eyes.
Rush of blood to the eyes.
Pressure above the eyes, when he goes about in bright daylight (aft. 11 d.).
Pressure, heat and flickering in the eyes, like a thousand suns.
The eyelids are painful on awaking as if too heavy, and as if he could not hold them open.
Two mornings in succession on awaking, the eyes are as firmly contracted, as if lead was pressing upon them, without agglutination.
Pressure on the lower part of the right eyeball.
Painful pressure on the upper part of both eyeballs, especially frequent in the right one.
Pressive pain, on turning the eye to the right.
Pressure in the right eye, as from a grain of sand fallen into it, aggravated by rubbing; most sensible on pressing the eyes shut.
Tearing pressure in the orbits, especially in that of the left eye.
Crawling on the inner border of the left orbit.
Itching of the eyelids.
Itching of the eyes.
Itching of the eyeballs.
Violent itching in the left external canthus, with sore pain after rubbing it.
Itching of the inner canthus, in the morning, after awaking; after rubbing, there is smarting and profuse lachrymation, and then a sensation of soreness in the external canthus, which is somewhat agglutinated.
Intensely itching smarting in the inner canthus of the left eye, with lachrymation and somewhat reddened conjunctiva.
Smarting in the right eye, in the evening, with an inclination in the lids to close forcibly.
Shooting in the left eye.
Erosion pain in both eyes.
Burning of the eyes in the morning and weakness of the same.
Burning in the outer canthus, for an hour, frequently by day.
Burning sensation on the edge of the left lower eyelid, toward the outer canthus.
Heat in the left eye, in the morning, with swelling in the inner canthus.
Inflammation of the eyes, with redness of the white and shooting pressure therein.
Inflammation of the eyes; they do not bear any cold water.
Inflammation of the eyelid, with a stye thereon.
Swelling and some redness of the right upper eyelid, in the morning.
Swelling under the eyes, in the morning after awaking.
Severe, red swelling of the lower eyelid, with pressive and burning pain.
Redness of the white of the eye (aft. 17 d.).
Redness of the white of the eye, in the morning after awaking, with burning smarting and pressure.
Swelling of the eye, with headache on the same side.
Scurf in the eyebrows, for eight weeks.
A red herpetic spot on the upper eyelid, scabby and peeling off.
Glassy appearance of the eyes.
Swimming appearance of the eyes, in the morning on awaking with smarting in the canthi.
Lachrymation of the eyes, in the morning and evening (aft. 12 d.).
Lachrymation of the eyes, in the open air.
Suppurated eyes, agglutinated with pus, in the morning.
Agglutination of the eyelids, only in the evening.
Twitching on the eyelids.
Quivering of the eyelids.
Daily quivering below the eyes.
Frequent quivering on the left lower eyelid, with sensation as if there would be lachrymation, compelling him to frequently wipe it.
The eyes are affected by reading and writing, and are painful as if sore in the inner canthus.
On straining the eye, there is a sensation of nausea and anxiety.
Dimness of vision, while writing, so that he could hardly recognize anything any more.
Sudden failing of vision.
He can only see the one half of objects clearly; the other half is obscure to him.
A fiery zigzag before his eyes impedes his vision.
Many black spots before his eyes.
White flickering before the eyes.
Fiery sparks before the eyes, with great lassitude.
Flickering before the eyes, on looking into a bright light; he sees a colored halo surrounded by a zigzag.
Green halo around the candle-light.
Daylight blinds the eyes and causes headache.
The candle-light troubles the eyes, when reading and writing, through a contractive sensation.≡ more ...