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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sepia in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Cough, from titillation in the larynx, without expectoration.
Cough, from titillation in the windpipe, toward morning, without expectoration.
Severe excitation to cough, from formication in the chest (aft. 5 d.).
Cough with coryza, every morning till nine o'clock; she even sneezes, early in bed.
When going to bed, tussiculation (4th d.).
In the evening, before going to sleep (from eight to nine o'clock), cough until she expectorates something, when it goes off.
In the evening, severe cough.
In the evening after lying down, the cough is worst.
Dry, short evening-cough, with intermitting stitches in the right hypochondrium for several hours.
Cough, chiefly in the evening, with vomiting.
Dry cough, with vomiting of a bitter fluid, in the evening in bed.
During coughing, she feels nausea, at times she must retch, which makes her feel hot and perspire.
Severe cough with but little expectoration, but with vomiting, mostly bitter, but only in the evening in bed.
Cough, which strongly affects the chest and the stomach.
The excitation to cough frequently comes on so suddenly and so violently, that he can not get breath enough, and it spasmodically contracts the chest.
Dry cough, seeming to come from the stomach and the abdomen, or from constipation, or as if something had lodged in the stomach that cannot be discharged.
Dry cough by day, which compelled the person to lie down, and then ceased; when lying down also by night, there was no cough, but stuffed coryza.
Severe dry cough, with stitches in the right side of the chest.
Cough, with stitches in both sides of the epigastrium.
Cough, with stitches in the back.
During coughing, the upper part of the sternum is painful.
Scratchy cough; he feels oppressed in the chest.
Cough, frequently dry, whooping and hacking, with pain in the scrobiculus cordis; and scrapy, raw, sore pain in the larynx, not felt when swallowing food; she is not waked from sleep by coughing, but after awaking; it is very severe and constant; at times there is a slight rattling in the windpipe and expectoration of mucus.
Awakened by coughing at night.
Cough, day and night; causing pain in the scrobiculus cordis.
At a slight impulse of coughing, there is a painful tearing in a small spot in the brain as if something was torn loose.
Accumulation of much mucus in the larynx, expectorated with difficulty through coughing; but it may readily be swallowed down, even during a deep inspiration (aft. 24 h.).
After rattling of mucus on the chest, there is severe cough with expectoration, while the throat aches as if raw and sore, even half an hour afterward.≡ more ...