Sepia - RelationshipsInky Juice Of Cuttlefish, Sepia Succus, Sepia Officinalis, Sep.
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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Compare: Lilium Tigrinum Lil; Murex Murex; Silicea Silica; Sulphur Sulph.; Asperata-Nacent oxygen. Distilled water charged with the gas - (leucorrhoea of young girls and uterine catarrh); Ozonum (SACRAL pain; tired feeling through pelvic viscera and perineum); Dictamnus Burning Bush - (Soothes labor pains); (metrorrhagia, leucorrhoea, and constipation; also somnambulism). Lapathum ( Leucorrhoea with constriction and expulsive effort through womb and pain in kidneys).
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Compare: Santalum - (aching in kidneys); Cannab.; Cantharis Canth.; Barosma; Cubeba Officinalis Cubeb; Apis Mel Apis; Vespa Crabro Vespa; Erigeron Canadense Erig.; Senecio Jacobaea Senecio; Sepia Sepia.
Croton Tiglium > compare
Compare: Momordica Balsamina Momordica Charantia - Hairy mordica - (has marked drastic properties, producing colic, nausea, vomiting, cholera-like symptoms, abdomen seems full of fluid discharged explosively, thin, watery, yellow. Great thirst). Rhus Tox Rhus; Anagallis; Anacardium Occidentale Anacard.; Sepia Sepia.
Eupatorium Perfoliatum > compare
Compare: Bryonia Bryon.; Sepia Sepia.; Nat Mur Nat. Mur.; Chelidonium Majus Chelidonium. Nyctanthes arbor-tristis (bilious fever; insatiable thirst; bitter vomiting at close of chill; also constipation of children).
Fraxinus Americana > compare
Compare: Fraxinus excelsior - European Ash - (GOUT; rheumatism. Infusion of ash-leaves. Rademacher). Galega Officinalis Galega - Goat’s Rue - Backache; debility; anaemia and impaired nutrition. Increases the quantity and quality of the milk in nursing women, also the appetite). Epiphegus; Sepia Sepia; Lilium Tigrinum Lilium.
Graphites > compare
Compare: Petroleum Petrol.; Sepia Sep.; Sulphur Sulph.; Hydrofluoricum Acidum Fluor-ac. The associated constipation with mucus-covered stools and gastric flatulency should be taken into consideration and differentiate it from such remedies as PETOL. and Lycopodium Lycop ( Raue.)
Hedeoma Pulegioides > compare
Compare; Mentha; Sepia Sepia; Lilium Tigrinum Lilium; Ocimum Canum Ocimum (uric acid diathesis, pain in ureters. Hedera Helix Hedera Helix - Hedera Helix Common Ivy - (Delirium and chronic convulsions. Chronic hydrocephalus Rhinorrhoea, cerebro-spinalis. Cataract. Acts on blood vessels, menorrhagia.) Glechoma Hederacea Glechoma Hederacea - Ground Ivy - (Hemorrhoids with Rectal irritation and bleeding. Diarrhoea. Anus feels raw and sore. Cough with laryngeal and tracheal irritation. Glandula sub-mentalis inflamed.)
Hydrocotyle Asiatica > compare
Compare: Elaesis - South American Palm - (scleroderma, elephantiasis, leprosy, skin thickened, itching and hardened. Anaesthesia). Hura Braziliensis Hura; Trychnos gaultheriana (bites of serpents, ulcers and cutaneous affections generally); Hoang-nan Hoang-na. Chaulmoogra oil from seeds of Taraktogenos; Hydrastis Canadensis Hydrast.; Arsenicum Album Arsenic; Aurum; Sepia Sepia.
Ignatia Amara > compare
Compare: Zincum Metallicum Zinc.; Kali Phosphoricum Kali-phos.; Sepia Sep.; Cimicifuga Racemosa Cimicif. Panacea arvensis - Poor man’s Merc Viv Mercury - (Sensitiveness over gastric region with hunger but an aversion to food).
Magnesia Muriatica > compare
Compare: Nat Mur Nat-m.; Pulsatilla Puls.; Sepia Sep.; Amm. M.; Nasturtium Aquaticum - Water-cress - (useful in scorbutic affections and constipation, related to strictures of urinary apparatus; supposed to be aphrodisiacal in its action. Is also antidotal to TOBACCO narcosis and sedative in neurotic affections, neurasthenia, hysteria. Cirrhosis of liver and dropsy.)
Phosphorus > compare
Compare: Tuberculinum Tuberculinum follows Phosphorus well and complements its action. Phosphorus Hydrogenatus (crumbling teeth; hyperesthesia; locomotor ataxia); Amphisbaena (right jaw swollen and painful). Thymol (Typical sexual neurasthenia; irritable stomach; aching throughout lumbar region; worse, mental and physical exertion); Calc Carb Calc.; CHIN.; Antimonium Arsenicicum Antim.; Sepia Sep.; Lycopodium Lyc.; Sulphur Sulph. In Pneumonia, Pneumococin 200 and Pneumotoxin (Cahis) taken from the Diplococcus lanceolatus of Fraenkel. Pneumonia and paralytic phenomena; pleuritic pain and pain in ilio-coecal region (Cartier).
Sulphur > compare
Compare: Aconite Acon (Sulphur often follows in acute diseases); Merc Viv Mercur and Calc Carb Calcarea are frequently useful after Sulphur, not before. Lycopodium Lyc; Sepia Sep; Sarsaparilla Sars; Pulsatilla Puls; Sulphur hydrogenisatum (delirium, mania, asphyxia); Sulphur terebinthinatum (chronic rheumatic arthritis; chorea); Tannic acid (Nasal haemorrhage; elongated uvula; gargle; constipation). Magnes artificialis (great hunger in evening, profuse sweat on face, bruised pain in joints, rectal constriction after stool). Magnetis polus Articus (anxious, coldness of eyes as if a piece of ice lay in orbit, increased flow of saliva, constipation, sopor, trembling, abdominal flatulence). Magnetis Polus Australis (dryness of lids, easy dislocation of ankle, ingrowing toe-nails, aching in patella, shooting in soles).
Tabacum > antidotes
Antidote: Vinegar; sour apples. Camphora Camphor in the physiologicla antagonist. Arsenicum Album Ars ( chewing tobacco); Ignatia Ign.; (smoking); Sepia Sep ( neuralgia and dyspepsia); Lycopodium Lycop ( Impotency); Nux Vomica Nux (bad taste due to tobacco); Caladium Seguinum Calad. AND Plantago Major Plan Tag ( Cause aversion to tobacco); Phosphorus Phosph ( Tobacco heart, sexual weakness).
Tellurium > compare
Compare: Radium.; Selenium Selenium.; Tetradymite - crystals from Georgia and North Carolina containing Bismuth, Tellurium AND Sulphur - (coccygodynia, ulceration of nails; pains in hands, in small spots, ankles, heels, and tendo-achilles); Sepia Sep.; Artemisia Vulgaris Arts.; Rhus Tox Rhus.
Viola Odorata > compare
Compare: Ulmus (formication in feet, numb, creeping pain in legs and feet; rheumatic pains above wrists; numbness, tingling, and full soreness where gastrocnemius gives off its tendon); Chenopodium (ears; serous or bloody effusion in the labyrinth; chronic otitis media; progressive deafness to the voice, but sensitive to sounds of passing vehicles and other sounds; buzzing; absent or deficient bone conduction; a consciousness of the ear; hearing better for shrill, high-pitched sounds than for low ones); Aurum Metallicum Aur; Pulsatilla Puls; Sepia Sep; Ignatia Ign; Cina Cina; Cauloph (in rheumatism of small joints).