When you send these green stones for analysis, you will naturally be told that they are not gallstones. Gallstones, according to medical definition, are hard mineralized stones growing in the gallbladder. During the liver flushes, you are passing mostly intrahepatic stones, though, stones that are made of hardened clumps of bile and consist of largely cholesterol. Typically, when testing for gallstones, the testing procedures used are not for these soft and highly unstable cholesterol stones, made of organic substances (bile).
The stones you passed are stones you want to get rid of to improve your digestive functions, but you have to be careful when you clear them. You can severely harm yourself when no following the correct procedure for liver flushing. By omitting the Colon Cleanse at the end of the liver flush, for example, any stones that remain trapped in the colon can make your body so toxic that you do yourself more harm than good. A little knowledge is a dangerous thing.
The calcified stones fragments were from your gallbladder, not your liver.