>- you seem to be agreeing with me that these "stones" are not stones but instead are bile formed into stones during their passage through the intestines
Yes the green stones generally are a small core with mostly congealed bile and oil around it. The small core may or may not be an actual gall stone. Just because all you see is green does not mean that there is not at least a small core of gall stone. Cut them open and inspect. Look for hard grey material or light colored chaulky material.
The general rule for gall stones used to be the 3-F's: Fair skinned, Fat (being above normal weight), and Forty ( most gall stone attacks used to occur in the late 30's and early 40's). This has changed over the years. and people are generally younger. Also, the more fatty meat foods you eat, the greater the chance of having gall stones for some reason.
I am not sure what Liver Flush you used, but Dr. Clark's seems to get better results.