Cattle (Ox) gallstones are a by-product of cattle meat processing and are collected during the slaughtering process of the cattle. Once collected, the gallstones are used extensively in oriental medicine, particularly in the treatment of hepatitis and other liver and gallbladder related ailments in humans. Other properties include serving as a detoxify for the body, as well as a fever reducers.
Ox Gallstones vary in size, and are a clay-like substance that develop in the gallbladder of small numbers of cows. Just like in humans, not all cows have gallstones. – Ox gallstones have a wide variety of size as well shape. The size ranges from a pebble size to the size of a chicken’s egg. There is a variety in shape formation as well, varying from shape of a pyramid, square to even