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HPUS indication of Sepia: Indifference

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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RELATIONSHIPS

Relationship

Sepia is frequently indicated after Pulsatilla Pulsat., Silica Marina Silic., Sulphur Sulphur.

Antidotes

Antidotes to Sepia; Its action is reduced by vegetable acid; the most powerful antidote, is inhalation of Spir. nitr. dulc.; less powerful Antimonium Crudum Ant. crud. or Antimonium Tartaricum Ant. tart.; when the circulation is much excited, Aconite Acon.

Sepia antidote Calc Carb Calc. ostr., China Cinchon., Merc Viv Mercur., Phosphorus Phosphor., Sarsaparilla Sarsap., Sulphur Sulphur, Rhus Tox Rhus-poisoning (with desquamation).

Incompatible

Incompatible Lachesis Laches.




REVERSE RELATIONSHIPS

These are relationship sections of other remedies that refer to Sepia. Where the text is greyed out, a relationship with that remedy is already described above.

Aceticum Acidum > antidotes
Antidotes to Acet. ac. Large doses are best counteracted by Magnesia or Calcar.; fluid magnesia or lime-water, a tea-spoonful in a cup of water taken in sips. Higher preparations for the depressing, agonizing feeling Tabacum Tabac.; if insufficient Aconite Acon.; for the gastric, pulmonary and febrile symptoms Nat Mur Natr. mur., high; may be followed by Sepia Sepia. It follows China China in hemorrhage, 24.

Aconite > relationship
After Acon. follow well Arnica Arnic., Belladonna Bellad., Bryonia Bryon., Sepia Sepia and Sulphur Sulphur; in gastric states, after pulmonary febrile affections Ipecacuanha Ipec.; in colic Arsenicum Album Arsen.; in cough Bryonia Bryon., Spongia Tosta Spongia.

Aconite > relationship
Ailments from Acon. Act. rac., Chamomilla Chamom., Coffea Tosta Coffea, Nux Vomica Nux vom., Petroleum Petrol., Sepia Sepia, Sulphur Sulphur.

Aconite > antidotes
Acon. is an antidote to Belladonna Bellad., Chamomilla Chamom., Coffea Tosta Coffea, Nux Vomica Nux vom., Petroleum Petrol., Sepia Sepia, Sulphur Sulphur, Veratrum Album Verat.

Alumina > relationship
Similar to Bar. carb. (hypochondriasis of aged; constipation); Bryonia Bryon. (peevish, irritable; gastric and abdominal symptoms; constipation; throbbing headache; dry cough with vomiting; stitches in chest; dryness of mucous surfaces; fever; etc.); Calc Carb Calc. ostr.; Chamom. (useful as an intermediate remedy); Conium Mac Conium (old people; loss of power of internal recti of eyes); Ferrum Met Ferrum (chlorosis; relaxed abdomen; disgust for meat, etc.); Ferrum Met Ferr. Iodium iod. (profuse, transparent leucorrhoea); Graphit. (chlorosis; skin rough, chapped, itching; nails, blepharitis, etc.); Ipecacuanha Ipec. Lachesis Laches. (sad on waking; climaxis); Pulsatilla Pulsat. (tearful, peevish; heat, etc.; better in open air; ozaena taste lost; averse to meat; chlorosis; scanty menses; complaints at puberty; lack of animal heat; soles of feet sore, worse walking; toes red, itching, etc.); Plumbum Metallicum Plumbum (colic; constipation, etc.); Ruta Graveolens Ruta (loss of power of internal recti of eyes); Sepia Sepia (irritable, tearful; ozaena; scanty menses; puberty, prolapsus uteri; inactive rectum; weakness in urinary organs, etc. Silica Marina Silic., Sulphur Sulphur, Zincum Metallicum Zincum (inner canthus; granular lids).

Ammonium Muriaticum > relationship
Similar to its relatives and to Antimonium Crudum Ant. crud. (mucus membranes); Aloe Socotrina Aloe soc. (abdominal symptoms); Arsenicum Album Arsen. (catarrhs); Arg. nitr. (mucus in throat); Calc Carb Calc. ostr. (fat people; coldness between scapulae; profuse menses); Conium Mac Conium (night cough); Causticum Caustic. (stiff joints, contractions of muscles; burning hoarseness); Carb. veg. (hoarseness; burning on chest, etc.); Colocynthis Coloc. (in colic); Hep Sulph Calc Hepar; Iodium Iodine; Kali Bich Kali bichr. (stringy mucus, etc.) Kali Chloricum Kali chlor. (catarrh); Causticum Kali hydr. (pimples on the back; etc.) Merc Viv Mercur.; Merc. corr.; Magnesia Muriatica Magn. mur. (especially bloody sputum; crumbling stool; atonic bladder); Nat Mur Natr. mur. (catarrh); Nux Vomica Nux Vom.; Phosphorus Phosphor.; Rhus Tox Rhus tox. (sprains; joints worse sitting, etc.); Senega Seneg. (fat people; mucus secretions; stitches in scapula with lung affections, etc.); Sepia Sepia (blisters about joints; atonic bladder, etc.); Silica Marina Silic.; Sulphur Sulphur.

Ambra Grisea > relationship
Kali Bromatum Kali brom. (increase of reflex action); Moschus Moschus (hysteric asthma); Nux Vomica Nux vom. (both suit nervous, thin, bilious persons); Opium; Phosphorus Phosphor. (asthma; nervous excitability; "irritable weakness"; slender build, etc.); Phosphorus Phosph. ac.; Pulsatilla Pulsat.; Sepia Sepia; Staphysagria Staphis.; Sulphur Sulphur; Sulphuricum Acidum Sulph. ac;. (cough and belching). Valeriana Valer. (nervousness, hysteria; lack of reaction in nervous weakness); Lachesis Laches. and Sepia Sepia (worse from overlifting); Lachesis Laches., Ver. alb. (cough with belching; coldness, etc.).

Antimonium Tartaricum > relationship
Camphora Camphor., Ipecacuanha Ipec., Pulsatilla Pulsat.; Sepia Sepia, Sulphur Sulphur follow Antimonium Tartaricum Ant. tart. well.

Antimonium Tartaricum > antidotes
Antidotes to Antimonium Tartaricum Ant. tart. Asa Foetida Asaf., China Cinchon., Cocculus Indicus Coccul., Ipecacuanha Ipec., Laurocerasus Lauroc., Opium, Pulsatilla Pulsat. and Sepia Sepia, Antimonium Tartaricum Ant. tart. antidotes Sepia Sepia.

Argentum Metallicum > relationship
Cured scirrhus of os tincae, after Conium Mac Conium, Cicuta Virosa Cicuta, Sepia Sepia and Lycopodium Lycop. failed.

Argentum Metallicum > relationship
After Argent. met. follows well Calc Carb Calc. ostr., Pulsatilla Pulsat., Sepia Sepia, Argent. met., follows after Alumina Alum., and Platin.

Argentum Nitricum > antidotes
According to Boenninghausen, as antidotes to Argentum Nitricum Arg. nitr. and also Nitric Acid Nitr. ac., are prominent, Pulsatilla Pulsat., Calcar., Sepia Sepia, and next these three. Lycopodium Lycop., Merc Viv Mercur., Silica Marina Silic., Rhus Tox Rhus tox, Phosphorus Phosphor, and Sulphur Sulphur.

Baryta Carbonica > relationship
Cognates Antimonium Tartaricum Ant. tart. (paralysis of lungs); Calc Carb Calc. ostr. (scrofulosis, coryza, etc.); Calcarea Iodata Calc. iod. (large tonsils); Causticum Caustic. (paretic symptoms); Conium Mac Conium (old people); Dulcamara Dulcam. (tendency to catch cold); Hydrofluoricum Acidum Fluor ac. (old people); Iodium Iodium (glands); Lycopodium Lycop. (tonsils); Merc Viv Mercur. (colds, glands, diarrhoea); Phosphorus Phosphor; Pulsatilla Pulsat.; Sepia Sepia (ringworms); Silica Marina Silic. (glands, foot-sweat, etc.) Sulphur Sulphur; Tellurium Tellur. (ringworms).

Caladium Seguinum > relationship
Following Calad. well Aconite Acon., Canthar., Sepia Sepia, Pulsatilla Pulsat.

Carbo Vegetabilis > relationship
Carb. veg. follows well after Sulphur Sulphur and Merc Viv Mercur., when itch is dry; after Veratr. in beginning of whooping-cough; after Lachesis Laches., Kali Carb Kali carb., Sepia Sepia.

China > antidotes
Antidotes to Cinchon. are Aran. diad., Arsenicum Album Arsen., Carb. veg., Eupat. perf., Ferrum Met Ferrum, Ipecacuanha Ipec., Lachesis Laches., Nat Mur Natr. mur., Nux Vomica Nux vom., Pulsatilla Pulsat., Sepia Sepia, Sulphur Sulphur, Veratrum Album Veratr. Cinchon. is frequently indicated in ailments from Arsenicum Album Arsen., Calcar., Coffea Tosta Coffea, Helleborus Niger Helleb., Iodium Iodum, Merc Viv Mercur., Sulphur Sulphur, Veratrum Album Veratr.

Cimicifuga Racemosa > compare
Compare Pulsatilla Pulsat., Sepia Sepia, Nat Mur Natr. mur., Lilium Tigrinum Lil. tig. and Ignatia Ignat.

Cistus Canadensis > relationship
Sepia Sepia cured painfully swollen nose, resulting from Cistus.

Eupatorium Perfoliatum > relationship
Eup perf. is followed well by Sepia Sepia or Nat Mur Natr. mur.

Natrum Carbonicum > relationship
Natr. Carb. follows Sepia Sepia well.

Nat Mur > complementary
Complementary to Apis Mel Apis followed by Sepia Sepia.

Nux Moschata > relationship
Similar to Stramon., Opium (mind); Pulsatilla Pulsat. (internal organs); Nux Vomica Nux vom., Antimonium Tartaricum Ant. tart. (sensations); Opium, Arsenicum Album Arsen., Spigel. (fever); Lycopodium Lycop. (skin); Silica Marina Silic; (modalities); Nux Vomica Nux vom., Rhus Tox Rhus tox. (motions); Cocculus Indicus Coccul., Ignatia Ignat., Nux Vomica Nux vom., Sepia Sepia (sides of body).

Silicea > relationship
Lachesis Laches., Lycopodium Lycop., Sepia Sepia, also follow well.

Sulphur > relationship
Sulphur, Calc Carb Calc. ostr. and Lycopodium Lycop. or Sulphur, Sarsaparilla Sarsap. and Sepia Sepia, frequently follow in the order given.

Sulphur > antidotes
Sulphur antidotes China Cinchon., Iodium Iodium, Merc Viv Mercur., Nitric Acid Nitr ac, Rhus Tox Rhus tox., Sepia Sepia; ailments from the abuse of the metals generally; tremors caused by Arsenicum Album Arsen.

Sulphur > antidotes
Antidotes to Sulphur Aconite Acon., Camphora Camphor., Chamomilla Chamom., China Cinchon., Merc Viv Mercur., Pulsatilla Pulsat., Rhus Tox Rhus tox., Sepia Sepia.

Tabacum > antidotes
Antidotes to Tabac. Ipecacuanha Ipec., vomiting; Arsenicum Album Arsen., chewing tobacco; Nux Vomica Nux vom., gastric symptoms next morning after smoking; Phosphorus Phosphor., palpitation; Ignatia Ignat., Pulsatilla Pulsat., hiccough; Clemat., toothache; Sepia Sepia, neuralgia right side of face, dyspepsia, chronic nervousness; Lycopodium Lycop., impotence; wine, spasms, cold sweat from excessive smoking.

Viburnum Opulus > relationships
Compare Cauloph., Cimicifuga Racemosa Act. rac., Gelsem., Sepia Sepia, Chamomilla Chamom., Secale Cornutum Secale, Xanthoxylum Fraxineum Xanthox., Cocculus Indicus Coccul., Pulsatilla Pulsat., Symphoricarpus (uterine nausea).

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