Sepia can be used as a treatment for hair, skin and hormonal problems as well as as a general constitutional remedy. The latter refers to the fact that hair loss can occur when the body is out of balance. This could be due to many factors such as stress, poor diet, hormonal imbalances, ageing, or a bad diet. Sepia is an effective homeopathic remedy for women who have experienced hair loss due to the above-mentioned triggers.
What is the most common female sufferer (whose hair falls) who can benefit the homeopathic remedy Sepia
The Sepia physical type is defined by a pear-shaped, feminine form. This is in contrast to the ‘apple’ shape. She has droopy shoulders, pale skin, dark circles around her eyes and a pale complexion. It’s sometimes better to focus on the mental characteristics and ignore the physical. If you’re a woman who is suffering from hair loss, feels overwhelmed by work and responsibilities, and/or prefer solitude over social gatherings, this is a common psychological trait of the Sepia. Sepia is a homeopathic remedy that may be able to help you. Sepia may suit you if you are a thinker, someone who prefers to work alone and is not distracted by others. I have also seen Sepia prescribed to women with hair loss. These ‘hormonal undertones” may manifest in hair loss as excessive shedding (and sometimes more oil on your scalp) prior to your period. However, it may be much better to do this during your period.