Here's the difference between a traditional healer and a witchcraft Doctor
1. Traditional healer
A traditional healer is a doctor who uses herbs they use trees to treat people, they use natural materials without being tested in the lab, where they use the brain to combine those things and help people who come with different problems.
such as when you get a stomach ache they say take the ashes and put it in water and drink it and then see the stomach cool down unless you go to the clinic for help.
But they are fine when you get bewitched they can put their things together and help you.
2. Witchcraft Doctor
A witchcraft Doctor is a person who uses traditional herbs to witch people instead of healing them he bewitched them.
If someone comes with money to ask for Umuti to put Isichitho to someone they gave them that one is a witchcraft Doctor.
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