What we are discussing here, are ox gallstones. Gallstones are mineral deposits (and not of organic matter) mainly found in bovines gallbladders.
We make a distinction between different kinds of Ox gallstones, depending on their size, shape and colour, each of these holds a significant commercial value.
Gallstones look like stones of various shapes and colours.
Two main shapes : egg-shaped or pyramid-shaped.
Two distinct colours : Orange brown, or dark brown close to brownish black.
Some gallstones can be as big as a hens-egg (whose weight can reach 100 grs), but the average gallstone will be more likely the size of a pigeon's egg, weighing around 10 grams.
Gallstones develop inside a number of bovines, mainly depending on their age and diet.
They are essentially located in the gallbladder.
The bovine race is quite diverse. It includes, depending on the countries: cows, oxen bulls, buffalos, zebus, bison's, yaks, gaurs...
Ox gallstones are used in the pharmacopeia.
They are used in medical formulas because of their sedative, anti-inflammatory and antipyretic properties.
They are in particular used for treatments of hepatic problems.
Gallstones have a significant commercial value that can reach up to 80 000 USD* per kilogram. Their value depends on their size, their quality, the conditions of their preservation and their texture.
For an organization with bovine-related activities, collecting gallstones can be a very profitable source of additional revenue, especially seeing that it doesn't require any additional expenses nor investments.
Our company is fully committed to purchase all your bovine gallstones, up to 80.00 USD* per gram depending on their quality and preservation. 1 Ounce = 28.35 grams.
So it might be highly profitable to add the opening of each bovine gallbladder into your work routine, in order to check for the presence of gallstones.
Simply follow our recommendations for their preservation, so that you can optimize the value of your gallstones, and we will purchase them at the highest rates available.
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