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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Sensation of paralysis in the forehead.
Concussion of the brain, on knocking the foot against something.
Movement in the brain on shaking the head.
Rush of blood to the head (aft. 5 d.).
Heat in the head, so that it burns out at the ears, as it were; this causes a hard hearing and dim vision.
Severe heat in the head, in the morning, with a sensation as if the nose would bleed.
Violent heat in the head, rising up, every five minutes.
Heat in the head, in the evening (aft. 3 d.).
Beating in the head, on the side on which she is lying.
Painful beating in the occiput.
Beating headache at every motion.
Beating, very painful headache in the vertex, in the morning, soon after rising (aft. 6 d.).
Beating in the upper part of the head, very painful, at the slightest motion; on turning the eyes, and when moving the head or body, it presses upward; even when in the greatest rest, there is an indistinct beating.
Pinching jerks in the head, in the morning, on rising.
Pressure, twitches and pecking, with heat in the head, as if everything was pressing out at the forehead and the eyes, for three days.
Pressure mostly in the forehead and the eyes; at last nausea with spitting of much saliva.
Pressure on the upper part of the sinciput.
Pressive aching as if on a sore spot, on the left side of the occiput.
Pressure and tension in the forehead and eyes, with burning.
Pressure on top of the vertex, after mental work.
Pressive heaviness of the head, in the temples and above the forehead as if the head was turgid with blood, as in severe coryza.
Heaviness in the occiput, especially in the morning.
Heaviness of the head, so that she could hardly raise it.
Pressive together in the upper part of the head, all day, with much asthma (aft. 11 d.).
Vibratory contraction in the upper part of the head, in the evening.
Shooting in the forehead, now here, now there.
Stitches in the forehead, as from needles, daily, when walking fast, with inclination to vomit.
Shooting in the forehead, with inclination to vomit (she could not eat anything); improved by lying doing.
Dull stitches in the whole of the head, at last in the occiput, incapacitating him for work.
Severe stitches in the occiput toward the vertex.
Single occasional stitch through the head.
Shooting in the left temple.
Shooting in the temple.
Frequent stitches in the left side of the head, in the afternoon; also in the occiput, in the evening.
Violent shooting above the left orbit outwardly; with total contraction of the eyes, three days in succession in the morning after rising, till noon; somewhat relieved in the air.
Shooting in the head, above the ear, for several minutes.
Drawing in the occiput.
Rheumatic drawing on the left side of the head.
Superficial drawing and boring in the head, more at night, so that she could not stay in bed about midnight; it drew into the temple, the ear and the teeth (aft. 6 d.).
Tearing on the head, above the forehead and in the eyes, from 2 P.M. till going to sleep at night.
Tearing in the upper right part of the forehead (aft. 8 h.).
Tearing in the left frontal eminence (aft. 11 ½ h.).
Tearing above the eyes.
Tearing in the left temple, extending into the upper part of the left side of the head.
Intermittent, slight tearing, deep below in the left side of the occiput, near the nape.
Tearing in the occiput.
Tearing, drawing and shooting, from the forehead and the occiput toward the vertex.
Itching on the occiput in the evening.
A number of scurfs on the head (for 40 days).
Small exfoliations with intense itching on the occiput, toward the nape, which then became an ulcer of an inch in size, with a rough crust, under which the humidity continued for a long time.
Swelling on the head, above the temple (aft 48 h.).
Swelling on the forehead (aft 4 and 15 d.).
Little red pimples on the forehead, a rough forehead (1st, 6th d.).
The head jerks and twitches forward some 6 or 7 times in the morning, during full consciousness.
Headache, once every minute, it seemed to come up the back; a shooting in the head, at every step.
Dull headache, every morning, but only after rising from bed.
Acute headache in the morning, on awaking (and after rising).
Headache, in the morning, with nausea till noon.
Headache, in the morning, in the forehead, as from incipient coryza.
Headache in the forehead and the vertex; then anxiety in the scrobiculus cordis, with trembling; then severe epistaxis.
Headache most violent toward evening, especially on shaking the head.
Headache, as from a concussion, after the siesta.
Painful heat in the head, often with flushes of heat over the body.
External heat was unbearable to her, with violent headache, and yet she felt cold.
Headache as if the head would burst, also with cough.
Throbbing headache, in the evening.
Severely throbbing headache in the temples.
Single, violent, undulating jerks of pressive headache, quite anteriorly in the forehead (aft. 35 h.).
Very painful twitches in the forehead.
Pressive headache in the hot forehead, in the evening from 7 to 8 o'clock (aft. 4, 5 d.).
Headache only in the sinciput, mostly toward the forehead, a pressure on the brain, recurring eight to ten times every hour, and alleviated in one-half a minute; then it intermitted for one or one and a half hours; it also returned somewhat the second day (aft. 22 d.).
Dull pressive pain on a small spot of the occiput.
Pressive headache in the right side of the occiput.
Pressive headache in the occiput, in the evening till midnight.
One-sided, deeply-seated, pressive headache, with pressive pain in the molars.
Heaviness of the head, in the evening, and after lying down, one-sided headache.
Pressive, burrowing itching headache, with stiffness of the nape and sensitiveness of the head when touched.
Boring, burrowing headache in the forehead, lasting from the forenoon all day, at the slightest movement.
Squeezing pain in the vertex and in the upper part of the occiput, with a feeling of soreness, which at last became burning.
Headache, as if pressing from within outward (aft. 13 d.).
Headache, as if the eyes would fall out.
Violent headache, as if the head would burst.
Contractive headache in the forehead.
Pressive contractive pain in the upper part of the head (the first days).
Pinching pain on one side of the head, in paroxysms.
Headache in the forenoon, as if the brain were contused.
Painful cracking in the head, as if something in it were breaking, with pain in the nape on turning the head.
Shooting pressive headache, constant, in the lower part of the forehead, close above the left eye, worse on moving about in the room, much better on walking in the open air.
Shooting headache (aft. 18 d.).
Shooting headache in both temples, in the evening.
Shooting headaches, from the eyes outward, all the day.
Frequent drawing pain in the sinciput.
Painful drawing, now in the right, now in the left side of the occiput, inferiorly (aft. 5 h.).
Drawing pain in the occiput, which, when touched, pains externally as if festering underneath.
Drawing pain, seemingly externally on the forehead, extending to the occiput, in single fits.
Pain in the occiput, mostly at night, and worst when lying upon it, as if hollow, and as if festering underneath, externally and internally, relieved by pressing upon it with the hand.
Severe itching on the head, when the headache passes away.
Painful nodules on the forehead.
Painful pimples on the forehead.
The scalp is painful when touched, as if the roots of the hair were sore (aft. 3 d.).
Frequent falling out of the hair (aft. 1 and 8 d.).
Motion of the scalp forward and backward; he has to bite his molars together.
Much itching on the hairy scalp (aft. 16 d.).
Itching on the vertex of the head, with frequent falling out of the hair.
Erosive itching on the hairy scalp.
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