Homeopathy is regulated in the “Law on Health Care” from 2009, section 20, Alternative medicine, as a therapeutic system that does not follow the general medical methods that are accepted and may not have a scientific explanation for their effectiveness (13). Treatments, conditions and manner of use of homeopathy shall be determined by order of the Minister of Health (13). Advertisement and practice of homeopathy unlicensed by MoH are prohibited (13). There are no follow up regulations approved by MoH that regulates homeopathy treatment. Homeopathy might still be governed by Albania's general regulation of CAM, which you can read about in our article on Albania.
13. Assembly of the Republic of Albania. LAW No. 10 107, dated 30.3.2009 on Health care in the Republic of Albania Pursuant to Articles 78 and 83 1 of the Constitution, proposed by the Council Ministers; Article 20 Alternative medicine; Article 19 Physiotherapy. 2009 [cited 2012 March 8]; Available from: http://www.moh.gov.al/faqet/ligje/Per%20kujdesin%20shendetesor%20ne%20republiken%20e%20shqiperise.pdf