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
Fever and chill
Feverish, languid; the urine is hot.
Shuddering, several times during the day, without chill.
Constant febrile shudder, during the siesta.
Constant chill, day and night, with colic, for several days.
Continual chill and chilliness.
Internal chill, in the warm room, all day long, for several days.
Chill for several nights in bed.
Chill in the evening at 6 o'clock; he has to lie down.
She could not get warm all day in the warm room.
She is always chilly in the warm room, at every motion.
Chill with thirst toward evening; the following night, sweat.
Severe chill for an hour, and afterward; thirst, in the evening (aft. 36 h.) and in the morning (aft. 48 h); he had to lie abed.
Shaking chill, even on the head, with icy-cold hands, yawning and great lassitude.
Shuddering till he went to bed; then, in bed, heat in the face.
In the afternoon, at five o'clock, fever; first thirst, and after drinking cold water, chilliness and inclination to lie down, then sleep, and inclination to a general light perspiration.
In the forenoon at eleven o'clock, while writing, first the feet then the rest of the body became cold, with a shaking chill; he had to lie down; he became warm and at four A.M., hot, with tendency to perspire, and he perspired all night, all over the body, but only moderately (9th d.).
At four P.M. chilliness and heat on the forehead, for half an hour.
Febrile shuddering, alternating with heat, till night.
Alternately heat in the head and chilliness in the lower limbs (aft. 13 d.).
Almost uninterrupted heat of the whole body, with redness of the face and perspiration on the head and the body, with severe headache, like heaviness; also palpitation, and trembling all over the body; after the heat, a chill and coldness, with dying off the hands; for four days.
Violent shaking chill, for one hour; then severe heat with unconsciousness; then profuse perspiration, in the evening; the urine being brown and having a sharp smell (1st d.).
In the morning some chill, then the whole day, heat of the face and the hands, with paleness of the face, with thirst and without perspiration; at the same time in the forenoon, pressive stomachache and headache on stooping (aft. 6 d.).
Fever with pressure, in the temples, in paroxysms of several minutes, and short breath, as from internal heat, all through the night; then in the morning, weary in the lower limbs, thirst, lack of appetite, drowsiness; through the day, febrile shuddering, sore throat and swelling of the submaxillary glands.
Constant, dry, febrile heat, with redness in the face, great thirst, painful deglutition, stitches in the left scapula, arresting the breathing, and tearing in the upper and lower limbs (aft. 13 d.).
Flushes of transient heat, as if hot water was poured over the body, with redness in the face, perspiration all over the body, and anxiety, without thirst, but with dryness in the throat.
In the afternoon, heat for two hours on the forehead, and drawing in the thighs, as in a fever.
Anxious heat, from four to five in the morning, and from five to six o'clock in the evening.
Attack of heat, every day from one to six in the afternoon, for several days.
Flush of heat, in the evening; then itching.
Intense heat till midnight (the first 8 n.).
Steady, slight perspiration, day and night.
In the evening, before falling asleep, always a slight perspiration.
Profuse general night-sweat, from evening till morning.
Much perspiration during sleep, especially on the head.
Night-sweat from above downward, to the middle of the calves.
At night, cold perspiration on the chest, back and thighs (aft. 36 h. and aft. 6 d.).
Perspiration every other night.
Perspiration every morning in bed, after awaking, especially on the lower limbs.
Morning-sweat all over, after awaking.
In the morning after awaking, perspiration which continued in great profusion all day and fatigued him so much, that he could not stand up in the evening (aft. 13 d.).
Profuse morning-sweat (aft. 3 d.).
Morning-sweat for several mornings, with anxiety.
Slight, odorless perspiration in the morning, for three hours, several mornings in succession, without subsequent lassitude.
Perspiration which smells sour (aft. 30 d.).
Sourish night-sweat, for five mornings (aft. 7 d.).
Offensive smell of the perspiration, almost like elder-blossoms.≡ more ...