The Homeopath: Valentina Bozhinova

The smell of flowers and cinnamon in the room perfectly matches her positive attitude. Sitting on the table in her medical apron, surrounded by several paintings, books, and bottles in different colors, she looks like a magician. A magician whose magic wand is the bioresonance device. Her name is Valentina Bozhinova and she is a homeopath.

Valentina feverishly turns over the pages of a book while she is listening to her patient and asking her questions.

“In order to help my patients, I have to know them very well. It is not enough to know only their health problem. Different homeopathic remedies may not be suitable for two people with the same problem. It depends partly on peoples’ personality, partly on their daily life and the problems they face. In homeopathy, I also need to be a psychologist.”

The woman in the room meets Valentina for the first time. That’s why Valentina spends around 30 minutes to talk with her about the classical homeopathy and the methods that she uses. She is trying not to use many terms.

“It is very difficult to work with patients who think that the homeopathy is a magic sold on granules that can solve all their problems immediately.”

Valentina started working as a homeopath four years ago after graduating medical university and then specializing in classical homeopathy. She is smiling while she is talking about her job.

“I feel satisfied and happy when I can help my patients to feel better. Unfortunately, that is not always possible. There are curable and incurable patients. I work around 50 hours a week but that is what I really want to do- to help people.”

Even though many people do not believe in the homeopathy, Valentina does not feel as she has to argue with them and change their opinion. She believes that if someone is forced to be treated with something that he does not understand and does not believe in, could be dangerous for his health.

“My patients have to trust me. Homeopathic treatment is a bilateral process and my patients have to know that they also have to put effort.”

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