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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Much thirst (aft. 13 d.).
Adipsia (aft. 9 d.).
Much thirst in the evening.
No appetite, but thirst.
As if over-sated, with sensation of loathing and languor.
Loathing of all food, especially of meat; he could only eat bread and butter and soup.
Even the thought of eating caused him nausea, with normal taste in the mouth.
No appetite, nothing had any taste to her.
No appetite, she did not relish anything.
The food will not go down.
Fullness of the stomach at noon.
Diminished appetite, everything tastes too salty.
Little appetite, but much thirst.
Little appetite, but he relishes the food when he eats.
It seems to make smoking distasteful (in its after-effects).
Desire for vinegar.
Passable appetite, but none at all for meat, which he utterly loathes for several days.
Intense desire for wine, which he did not usually drink.
Ravenous hunger, and when it is not satisfied, the water gathers in the mouth.
When he sees food, water gathers in the mouth, and he feels appetite.
Immoderate appetite, she did not get satisfied; after eating, lassitude, eructation of food, even into the mouth, like regurgitation.
Intense hunger, in the evening.
He continually desires to eat, and when he thinks of eating, water gathers in his mouth.