Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sepia in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
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Paleness of the face (aft. 24 h.).
Sick, pale appearance in the morning, with dim, red eyes.
Yellowness of the face and of the white of both eyes, for a day.
Yellow spots in the face and a yellow saddle across the upper part of the cheek and the nose (aft. 20 d.).
Redness and flying heat in the face.
Heat in the face, every morning on awaking.
Face very much heated, in the evening, with heat in the head.
Great heat and redness in the face at noon, attended with cold feet.
Heat in the face, in the morning; in the evening, paleness of face.
Talking at once causes redness of the face.
The face is puffed up (aft. 5 and aft. 40 d.).
Severe swelling of the face, without redness.
Tension and contraction of the skin of the face, especially of the forehead.
First a slight tickling on the left temple, then sensation as if the skin was drawn up.
Pressive pain in the zygoma and the nasal bone.
Tearing pain in the left cheek, extending thence over the ear to the occiput.
Spasmodic pain in the facial bones.
Drawing pain in the face, with swelling of the cheeks.
Short violent tearing, extending from the forehead down to the side of the right ala nasi.
Slight tearing on the right cheekbone, below the temple.
Tearing in the upper jaw.
Tearing in the left articulation of the jaw, just before the ear.
Itching of the whole of the face.
Itching in the upper part of the cheeks, and after rubbing them, a burning smarting.
Eruptive pimples on the right cheek.
Pimples in the face, which itch somewhat.
Eruption in the face, like a red roughness of the skin.
Many black pores in the face.
On the chin, eruptive pimples, with ulcerative pain when touched.
Itching eruptive pimples on the chin.
Long-continued scurf on the chin.
In chewing, the jaws feel as if they could not be separated, and as if the articulation would crack.
Spasmodic pain in the lower jaws, and previously in the throat.
The submaxillary gland is swollen; and when pressing on it, there is pain in the tooth.
Pain in the submaxillary glands per se, as if they were being squeezed; they are also painful when touched.
Fine shooting pain at times in the left lower jaw and the glands below, especially when touched.≡ more ...