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Homeopathy in Bulgaria

The Health Law from 1 January 2005 includes homeopathy in chapter six, articles 166-173 (28). Eligible to practise homeopathy are holders of a master’s degree in the professional areas of medicine or dental medicine (58). ECH and ECCH interpret this as ”only medical doctors and dentists are allowed to practise homeopathy” (28, 50). Until 1989 homeopathy was strictly prohibited (60).


28. ECH (European Committee for Homeopathy). ECH in European Countries. Brussels: ECH; 2011 [cited 2011 September 12]; Available from: http://www.homeopathyeurope.org/countries.

50. ECCH. The Legal Situation for the Practice of Homeopathy in Europe; An ECCH report; Oct 2010; Revised Edition 2011,. Brussels: European Central Council of Homeopaths 2010.

58. Solicitor Bulgaria. Bulgarian Health Act, part 2 Section, Promulgated, SG No. 70/10.08.2004, effective 1.01.2005, Chapter Six, Non-conventional methods for favourable impact on individual health Sofia: Copyright 2011 by SOLICITOR LTD; 2011 [cited 2011 November 2011]; Available from: http://solicitorbulgaria.com/index.php/legislation/health-law:45.

60. ECHAMP. Homeopathic and Anthroposophic Medicine: Facts and Figures. Second Edition ed: ECHAMP E.E.I.G: European Coalition on Homeopathic and Anthroposophic Medicinal Products E.E.I.G; 2007.

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