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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FEVER AND CHILL
Pulsation in all the blood-vessels.
Shuddering (chilliness) during pains.
Coldness of single parts.
Want of vital heat.
Frequent shivering, esp. when out of doors in evening, and from every movement.
Flushes of heat at intervals during day, esp. afternoon and evening, while sitting or in open air, generally with thirst or redness of face.
Paroxysm of heat (transient), esp. when seated, and walking in open air, also when angry, or engaged in important conversation.
Paroxysm of heat (and of shivering) with thirst.
During chill more thirst than during heat.
Continued heat, with redness of face and violent thirst.
Fever, with thirst, during shivering, pains in the limbs, icy coldness of the hands and feet, and deadness of the fingers.
Perspiration in general; perspires too easily; single parts perspire too easily; perspiration with anxiety; with restlessness; sour-smelling or offensive.
Internal chilliness with external heat.
Perspiration while seated.
Profuse perspiration on the slightest movement (more after than during exercise).
Perspiration only on upper part of body.
Nocturnal perspiration, sometimes cold (on breast, back, and thighs).
Perspiration in morning, sometimes of an acid smell.
Intermittent fever, followed by violent heat and inability to collect one's senses; this is followed by profuse perspiration.≡ more ...