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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Pin-pricks over the skin, in the evening in bed, when he gets warm.
Itching in the face, on the arms, the hands, the back, on the hips, the feet, the abdomen and the pubes (aft. 2, 20, 23, 28 d.).
The itching turns into burning.
Itching and itching pimples in the joints, especially in the bend of the elbow and the hough, and in the ankle, more in the evening and the morning, than by day (aft. sever. h.).
Itching blisters and blotches in the face, on the hands and on the feet.
Itching in an ulcer.
Burning and shooting in an ulcer, especially by night.
A sore place swells, becomes hot and burns painfully.
The cuticle peels off in larger and smaller mostly roundish spots, especially on the hands and fingers, without pain (scaling off) (aft. sever. d.).
Claret-colored spots on the neck and under the chin, without sensation.
Red insensible nodules, like lentils, here and there on the hands; on puncturing them, they emit some humor.
After a bee-sting, redness and an itching red miliary eruption all over the body, inflamed eyes and drops of perspiration in the face; all in a few minutes.≡ more ...