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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Turning around and vacillating, while drinking innocuous drinks, while sitting down, so that he thought he would have an apoplectic fit, for five minutes; then flushes of heat, lasting five minutes each.
Vertigo, when walking, as if all objects were moving.
Vertigo, so that he stumbles on walking and looking up aloft.
Vertigo, only when walking in the open air, she had to allow herself to be guided.
Vertigo, when she sees a large level plain before her.
Vertigo, on moving the arms.
Attacks of vertigo on walking in the open air, lasting two to three minutes; she felt as if something tumbled about in her head and this made her stagger; then in the evening, headache and humming in the ears.
Very dizzy at times, with dislike for every employment.
Vertigo, even to falling down, every morning on rising.
Vertigo every afternoon from 3 to 5 o'clock, everything turns in a circle around her, while walking, sitting and lying.
Dizzy vertigo, every afternoon from 4 to 6 o'clock, while sitting and walking.
Two impulses of vertigo as if his senses would leave him, while stooping, after supper.
Vertigo with coldness of the hands and feet (aft. 34 d.).
Violent pressure on the head, all day, with vertigo, lachrymose mood, and profuse coryza.≡ more ...