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Gallstones are extracted near the liver after being isolated from any waste products such as bile and bile tubes. To eliminate any blood or other flaws, wash with cold water. They are then dried in a dark, well-ventilated room at a temperature of 20°C for two to three weeks. They are rotated to the other side on a frequent basis to ensure that they dry properly and do not clump together. The stones are vacuum packed and sealed after the drying process is completed.

Gallstones in ox Gallstones in Cattle Gallstones in cows

a hundred percent entire stones
Ninety percent of the stones are entire, while ten percent are shattered.
Eighty percent of the stones are entire, while twenty percent are shattered.
Broken and powdered to a hundred percent

Description of the product
The gallstones are removed from the cattle’s intestines and cleaned extensively with cold water to eliminate blood clots, pollutants, and other contaminants. They are then dried for two to three weeks at a temperature of approximately 20 degrees Celsius in a dark, well ventilated area. The stones must be moved on a regular basis to ensure proper drying and avoid adhering together. The stones are placed in hermetically sealed bags when they have dried completely.

Classification and quality
Stones with the following characteristics are in high demand: yellow golden orange color; low specific weight; huge stones; bili rubin content of at least 35%;
Dark stones are in high demand as well, but prices are significantly lower.

Gallstones are hard, pebble-like deposits that occur in the gallbladder and are usually made up of cholesterol or bilirubin.
Gallstones can be as small as a grain of sand or as large as a golf ball.
The gallbladder can create a single massive gallstone, hundreds of tiny stones, or a combination of small and large stones.

 

Stones are traded in the following specifications:
100% whole stones
90% whole stones / 10% broken
80% whole stones / 20% broken
70% whole stones / 30% broken
60% whole stones / 40% broken
100% broken stones
100% ox gall powder

 

 

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