OK so there is a raging debate going on about homeopathy at the moment and as I've decided to go to a homeopath I'm posting my experience here.I went to this homeopath not out of any sense of great hope or expectation but merely out of desperation as I've been having a very bad time the past few months. But I am skeptical about how much it can help me.The first thing he did was a "bio resonance test" which looks like total quackery. This was BEFORE he asked me any questions. He basically gave me a metal rod to hold which was linked by wires to a machine and a computer. He went through the various organs of the body on the computer screen. When he came to the duodenam there was a definite response in the test and he diagnonsed IBS without me having said anything about my problem. He also diagnosed a slight weakness in my lungs, which is true because I do suffer from slight breathing difficulties sometimes. He also diagnosed depleted vitality, which OK he could probably tell from just looking at me even if the test was a total hoax. But the IBS and lung findings are too precise to be dismissed as a hoax. So any way he prescribed me a pile of homeopathic drops and also PH salts which I've been taking for the past 3-4 days. I think the remedies may actually be exacerbating my symptoms so I rang up the clinic this morning and was advised to halve the dosage. There was also some dietary advice which is pretty much in line with what a lot of us here find to be helpful - "less carbohydrates, more veg and protein etc etc"I'll keep ye posted.