A Chinese farmer found in the gall bladder of the pig is a treasure

A resident of the Chinese village found in the gallbladder of your pig that the bezoar was talking about in the "Harry Potter". This stone is known since ancient times, he attributed the properties of an antidote. For the Chinese farmer, the bezoar was a real gold mine, because the experts have estimated the cost of the found stone in 600 thousand dollars.

A Chinese farmer found in the gall bladder of the pig is a treasure

A Chinese farmer found in the gall bladder of the pig is a treasure

An extremely rare object known as a bezoar is a mass consisting of hair or of fibers of plants and is commonly found in the gastrointestinal system of animals. Practitioner of traditional Chinese medicine call it "the treasure of the pigs" and believe that the products made from bezoars, can clear the body of toxins, which makes the stone very valuable.

51-year-old farmer Bo Conlow found 10-centimeter stone when stabbed eight-year-old pig on his farm. In the gall bladder of the animal and was found a stone. Neighbours of the farmer said that he is very valuable. First Bo doubted, but eventually went to Shanghai, where he spent more than $ 6,000 for expert evaluation. Experts said that the market price for a stone of this size is $ 600,000.

According to experts, the value represents only those stones that were found in the gall bladder of animals. Those bezoars found in the stomach, nothing. Bo, who now has a certificate on the assessment of "pig treasure", even agree to the suggestions, beginning with 150 thousand dollars.

Keywords: Money | China | Find | Pig | Farmer

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