Homoeopathic medicine: Sepia succus (Sep)

Materia Medica - remedy picture of Sep

Acute ailments Sep is indicated for

Sepia succus (Sep)

Conditions, complaints and ailments that Sep may be indicated for:

Allergies. Anaemia. Anxiety/fear. Backache. Bedwetting. Birth. Bleeding gums. Breastfeeding. Bronchitis. Cold. Cold sores. Constipation. Cough. Cystitis. Dehydration. Depression/downhearted. Diarrhoea. Dizziness. Exhaustion. Eye inflammation. Fever. Flu. Genitals. Genital thrush. Genital warts. Grief. Hair loss. Headache. Herpes. Hot flashes. Impetigo. Irritability/anger. Labour pains. Menopause. Morning sickness. Nausea. Pelvic inflammatory disease. Peptic ulcer. Periods/menses. Piles/haemorrhoids. Pregnancy. Ringworm. Sciatica. Sinusitis. Skin. Skin eruptions. Sleep disturbance. Toothache. Travel sickness. Vaginal catarrh. Urinary tract infection. Urination, involuntary. Varicose veins. Vomiting.

< = worse (factors that aggravate)

> = better (factors that ameliorate)

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Cuttlefish, squid

Illustration from an assignment about Sepia, during my homoeopathy studies

An exciting way of getting to know homoeopathic medicines better, after having gone through the Materia Medica from homoeopathic provings, is taking a closer look at the remedies' signature: in this case, the ten-armed cuttlefish/squid.

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