Kochi Free (formerly known as Kocci Free) ~ is an all natural organic herbal treatment remedy with antioxidants formulated to help your pet overcome coccidosis (also known as coccidia or cocci) and giardia (aka giardiasis). This natural Kochi Free (aka Kocci Free) remedy can help your dog, cat, bird, goat, sheep, guinea pig, horse, ferret, rabbit, raccoon, and other animals eliminate coccidia and giardia infection.
KOCHI FREE (aka KOCCI FREE) can help:
Rid the body of microscopic parasites such as Coccidia and Giardia
Kill viruses, bacteria, and fungi
Soothe the digestive system
Rid the body of free radicals
Prevent coccidia or giardia if dosed preventatively
Traditional coccidia or giardia veterinary treatment consists of giving Albon (aka Sulfadimethoxine), Flagyl (aka Metronidazole), or Marquis (Ponazuril) for 10 to 14 days. In some cases, numerous 10 to 14 day treatment cycles are needed. Since neither Albon, Flagyl, or Marquis treatment actually kill coccidia or giardia protozoan, they are not always effective. Kocci Free will eliminate these protozoan, even after numerous rounds of Albon and/or Flagyl have been unsuccessful.
Kochi Free (aka Kocci Free) is known to eliminate coccidia and giardia infections even when numerous rounds of traditional coccidia or giardia treatment has failed! Kochi Free honestly and truly works ALWAYS when used for treatment of coccidia or giardia protozoan.
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Active Ingredients per ml of Kochi Free:
"Proprietary Blend of (MustardSeed 1,3, Olive Leaf 1,3,4, Jatoba 2,3,Cloves 1,3,4) 321 mg"
Black Seed 2, 3 205 mg
Pau D'arco Bark 2,3,4 68 mg
Grapefruit Seed Extract 1,3 2 mg
Concord Grape Wine 2,3, Filtered Water, Grain Alcohol 1,3 USP 21% by volume
1~Organic 2~Wildcrafted 3~Non-GMO 4~Kosher
Kochi Free has a 4 year shelf life.
For more information on individual ingredients, see our Ingredients List.
|Animal Weight||Drops||ml/cc||# of Servings
per 1oz. Bottle
|under 3 lbs.||2||0.06 ml/cc||493|
|3 to 10 lbs.||5||0.15 ml/cc||197|
|11 to 25 lbs.||10||0.30 ml/cc||99|
|26 to 80 lbs.||13||0.40 ml/cc||74|
|81 to 150 lbs.||15||0.45 ml/cc||66|
|151 to 250 lbs.||20||0.60 ml/cc||49|
**Suggested Use for larger animals such as horses, elephants, giraffes, etc.: For pets over 251 lbs, add 5 drops for every additional 100 lbs of body weight.
Directions for Use: Shake Well.
FOR CANINES & FELINES: General: Give 4 times daily as needed for up to 30 days.
animals: Give half the dose 1-2 times daily. (see caution)
FOR BIRDS, RABBITS & GUINEA PIGS:
Add 20 drops to every 8 oz of water.
Suggested Preventative Use: Kochi Free (aka Kocci Free) can be given twice a day for 10 days. Begin using a few days before and after a show or boarding at a kennel or when your pet has been exposed to another animal with a viral, bacterial, fungal, or microparasite infection. For prevention of coccidia and giardia in puppies and kittens, begin 10 day dosing schedule after weaning. This can help prevent your animal from coming down with the infection. Although this is not a guarantee, using Kochi Free as a preventative works well to help prevent disease, if dosed preventatively as soon as you know your pet has been exposed to infection.
Suggested Immune System Enhancement Use: Give 2 times daily.
Suggested Use for SEVERE Coccidia or Giardia Infections: In MOST cases, it will take only a 10 day treatment to rid your pet of Coccidia or Giardia. Infact, we have NEVER had a customer have to treat their animal(s) for coccidia with Kochi Free (aka Kocci Free) more than one full 10 day treatment. However, if you have a crowded situation (i.e., kennel, farm, unclean property, etc.) you may have to do a 10 day on and 10 day off cycle program. This program consists of Kochi Free and Paxxin (formerly Parvaid) (for dogs, horses, and other animals except cats) or Kochi Free and Kitty-DT (formerly Kitty Distempaid) (for kitties, bobcats, lynx, and other feline species). Give both products for 10 days, then go off for 10 days (be sure to cleanse the premises well during treatment). Go back on for another 10 days. You will do this until you have completed 3 ten day cycles. Refer to chart below:
|10 Day Cycle||Kochi Free||Paxin (aka Parvaid)
or Kitty-DT aka Kitty Distempaid)
|1st 10 days||Give 4x/day||Give if needed|
|2nd 10 days||Do not give||Do not give|
|3rd 10 days||Give 4x/day||Give if needed|
|4th 10 days||Do not give||Do not give|
|5th 10 days||Give 4x/day||Give if needed|
Where dogs are vomiting and having diarrhea some dogs would be more comfortable if given Paxxin (formerly Parvaid) in addition to the Kochi Free formula. Paxxin (aka Parvaid) helps calm the stomach, soothe the intestinal tract, boost the immune system, and helps stop vomiting and diarrhea.
Where kittens are vomiting and having diarrhea some kittens would be more comfortable if given Kitty-DT (aka Kitty Distempaid) in addition to the Kochi Free formula. Kitty-DT (aka Kitty Distempaid) helps calm the stomach, soothe the intestinal tract, boost the immune system, and helps stop vomiting and diarrhea.
Caution: Do NOT exceed recommended dose! Safe use in pregnant animals or animals intended for breeding has not been proven. If animal's condition worsens or does not improve, stop product administration and consult your veterinarian. An examination from a veterinarian is recommended prior to using this product.
Warning: For animal use only. Keep out of reach of children and animals. In case of accidental overdose, contact a health professional immediately.
Click here for Kochi Free (formerly Kocci Free product pamphlet
Click here for Amber Technology Herbal Tincture Information Pamphlet
Amber Glass Bottles ~ If you have more than one pet that you are treating, you might want to consider purchasing one or more amber glass 1/2 oz., 1 oz., or 4 oz. dropper bottles, so you can split up the tincture into a smaller bottle. That way there is less chance of product contamination.
In addition, when treating more than one pet, it may be necessary to assure sterile administration without carry over from pet to pet. This is very important when using Paxxin to treat some pups and using as a preventative for others. The best way to assure this is to use the dropper only to transfer product to an individual sterile oral syringe, using a different syringe for each pet. (This method will also reduce the chances of product contamination.) Those syringes should be sterilized after each use. Each pet should have its own syringe that is not shared with another pet.
The use of a syringe containing measured drops from the dropper will also remove the risk of the animal biting the glass dropper.
These are terrific for storing dried herbs, tinctures, colloidal silver, etc. All are boston rounds and have black plastic phenolic lids, unless noted. The misters are fabulous and deliver a very light and delicate mist. Excellent for misting the face or for animals who are shy of sprayers. The cute little 1/2 oz. droppers are perfect for splitting 1 oz. tincture bottles into two separate bottles.
Syringes ~ these are luer slip syringes without needles that are excellent for administering measured amounts of Parvaid, CS, tinctures, etc. Reinforced tip, large finger grips, smooth draw and easy-to-read graduations. Rubber plunger with double contact for a positive seal and effortless injection. FDA approved and autoclavable.
If purchasing for use with Paxxin (aka Parvaid), syringe size needed is based on the weight of the puppy. We suggest two syringes, one for oral doses and one for enema doses (if not being given Sub Q fluids or on IV's, enemas are or may be necessary to prevent dehydration). Make sure to mark the enema syringe clearly, as you never want to accidentally use an enema syringe for an oral dose, even after it's been washed, as you can reinfect a puppy with parvo.
Puppies/kittens weighing under 3 pounds need 5 to 6 ml syringes. Animals weighing 3-10 pounds need 12 ml syringes. Puppies weighing 11-20 pounds need 20 ml syringes. Puppies weighing 21-40 pounds need 50 ml syringes. Puppies 41-50 pounds need 60 ml syringes.
What is Coccidiosis?
Coccidia are small protozoans that multiply in the intestinal tracts of dogs, cats, goats, and other animals though most commonly in kittens, puppies, kids, and young animals less than 6 months of age, but coccidia can also affect adult animals whose immune system is suppressed or in animals who are stressed in other ways (i.e., change in ownership, other disease present, etc.). Cat and dog coccidia are most often of the genus called Isospora. Isospora canis and I. ohioensis are the species most often encountered in dogs; I. felis and I. rivolta are the most common in cats. Regardless of which species is present we generally refer to the disease as coccidiosis. As a puppy or kitten ages it tends to develop a natural immunity to the effects of coccidia. As an adult it may carry coccidia in its intestines, shed the cysts in the feces, but experience no ill effects.
What is Giardiasis?
Giardiasis, aka Giardia, are small protozoans that can affect nearly all warm blooded beings, humans and animals. Animals or people can be affected by consuming water or food that is contaminated with giardia cysts. When giardia reach the gastrointestinal tract they swiftly multiply and block the intestinal absorption causing loose, mucousy stools, diarrhea, listlessness, weight loss, dehydration, and can cause scarring in the small intestine, pancreatic insufficiency, and malabsorption syndromes.
People can get giardia infections from their pets. Fecal testing is not as accurate as it should be. People and animals can test negative even when they have giardia infection, so it may take numerous fecal smears to confirm infection.
People and pets that are infected with giardia can get it again, so it is essential to disinfect well. Finding the source of giardia is helpful, as eliminating giardia from your home and property can be difficult as the cysts are very hardy. They can survive standard chlorination protocols for drinking water. They survive freezing down to –13C and in drying fecal material for long periods of time.
How are coccidia transmitted?
A puppy or kitten is born with the coccidia organisms in its intestine. However, once born, the puppy or kitten is frequently exposed to its mother's feces and if the mother is shedding the infective cysts in her feces then the young animals will likely ingest them and coccidia will develop in their intestines. Since young puppies and kittens, usually those less than six months of age, have no immunity to coccidia, the organisms reproduce in large numbers and parasitize the young animal's intestines. Oftentimes, this has severe effects.
From exposure to the coccidia in feces to the onset of the illness is about 13 days. Most puppies, kittens, and other animals who are ill from coccidia are, therefore, two weeks of age and older. Although most infections are the result of spread from the mother, this is not always the case. Any infected animal is contagious to other animals. In breeding facilities, shelters, animal hospitals, etc. it is wise to isolate those infected from those who are not.
How did my pet or animal get coccidiosis?
Stress plays a role in the development of coccidiosis. It is not uncommon for a seemingly healthy puppy, kitten, foal, or other animal to arrive at its new home and develop diarrhea several days later leading to a diagnosis of coccidia. If the puppy or kitten has been at the new home for less than thirteen days then it had coccidia before it arrived. Remember the incubation period (from exposure to illness) is about thirteen days. If the puppy or kitten has been with its new owner several weeks, then the exposure to coccidia most likely occurred after the animal arrived at the new home. Often, coccidia was present only to surface during the stressful period of the puppy or kitten adjusting to a new home.
What are the symptoms of coccidiosis?
The primary sign of a pet suffering with coccidiosis is diarrhea. The diarrhea may be mild to severe depending on the level of infection. Blood and mucous may be present, especially in advanced cases. Severely affected animals may also vomit, lose their appetite, become dehydrated, lethargic, and in some instances, die from the disease.
Most infected kittens and puppies are in the four to twelve week age group. The possibility of coccidiosis should always be considered when a loose stool or diarrhea is encountered from this age group. A microscopic fecal exam by a veterinarian will detect the cysts confirming a diagnosis.
What are the risks?
Although many cases are mild it is not uncommon to see severe, bloody diarrhea result in dehydration and even death. This is most common in animals who are ill or infected with other parasites, bacteria, or viruses. Coccidiosis is very contagious, especially among young kittens and puppies. Entire kennels and catteries may become contaminated with puppies and kittens of many age groups simultaneously affected.
How is coccidiosis prevented or controlled?
Because coccidia is spread by the feces of carrier animals, it is very important to practice strict sanitation. All fecal material should be removed. Housing needs to be such that food and water cannot become contaminated with feces. Clean water should be provided at all times. Most disinfectants do not work well against coccidia; incineration of the feces, and steam cleaning, immersion in boiling water or a 10% ammonia solution are the best methods to kill coccidia. Coccidia can withstand freezing.
Cockroaches and flies can mechanically carry coccidia from one place to another. Mice and other animals can ingest the coccidia and when killed and eaten by a cat, for instance, can infect the cat. Therefore, insect and rodent control are very important in preventing coccidiosis.
The coccidia species of dogs and cats do not infect humans.
I just wanted to send a quick note to thank you for such an amazing product!! I had a month to get a clean health screen for my mini horse and the first fecal came back negative due to Coccidia being present. I immediately went online in search of natural, safe ways to eliminate this. I read all the reviews and figured, what do I have to loose, let's give it a try! Thank goodness I did! One month later, I had another fecal pulled and he was able to give me a clean bill of health! I have Kocci Free to thank for that, I am certain! Thank you!
I thought I would provide you an update on the giardia treatment for my birds. We decided to do the three treatment rotation since Scooter has apparently had giardia for so long. We just finished up the second 10 day round. My birds are greatly improved! Gidget had raw patches where she had picked under her wings and on her lower back. New feathers are growing in! And she used to pull out feathers and scream as she pulled them. Now I very rarely hear her doing that. But the real success story is Scooter, our African Grey. He has NEVER looked so good, knock on wood. This is a bird who has plucked his feathers since he was 7 months old. I cannot believe the new growth of feathers he has. He even has a few tail feathers coming in. He seems so happy, too!
I read about this product on a consumer veterinary forum. Thus far, it's the only thing that's helped to stabilize/treat the giardia & coccidia (and resulting diarrhea) in my 5-month old puppy. My vets had him on several rounds of Panacur, Flagyl, Albon, and Centrine for the past month with no improvement. It was a bit discouraging because these meds do not necessarily "cure" the problem, according to several vets I consulted. In any case, within a few days of starting Kocci Free, my puppy's diarrhea cleared up nicely. I was lucky to find this product at a local pet store, so I told my vet hospital about it and they're going to check it out as well.
I just had to write to tell you how pleased I am with your Kocci-Free!! I just received the "all-clear-of-giardia" phone call from my vet regarding our puppy's most recent fecal exam. Three weeks ago I received the disheartening giardia diagnosis of our 9 week old puppy. I promptly brought home the recommended 1st of 2 rounds of treatment of Flagyl and Panacur, but could not bring myself to use them once I "googled" the toxicity of Flagyl. Luckily my continued "googling" brought me to your website and I ordered and completed a 10 day treatment of Kocci-Free! While being schooled in holistic nutrition and wholeheartedly embracing the S.A.R.F. diet, I was not familiar with holistic pet treatments. You will continue to be my "go-to" website for holistic support. Thank you, thank you, thank you from my family and Portuguese Pointer, Sam.
My fiance and I bought a miniature dachshund puppy from a local pet store in Los Angeles. We had no idea where pet-store dogs came from and would soon learn the price of that doggie in the window. When we got her, she had ear mites, an ear infection, a bladder infection, and Giardia. The ear and bladder problems cleared quickly but the Giardia was being incredibly stubborn. She was treated with Panacur (fenbendazole) about 4 or 5 times. One of those times in conjunction with Metronidazole. That combo of medication usually works to rid a pet of Giardia on the first or second try but for whatever reason, our pup was NOT getting better. Her stool was inconsistent and the lab results kept coming back with high numbers of Giardia cysts in her stool. Eventually, a vet we saw for a second opinion suggested that we just put her on a prescription diet (Hills i/d) incase her bowels had problems and suggested that we wait a few months to see if the Giardia cleared on its own. At this point, our pup was being bathed once a week, she was being baby-wiped after every poop and she was kept away from her own feces.
I had bought the Kocci-Free and my fiance and I started the treatment. (He was skeptical!) We gave her the reccomended dose for 10 days on, 10 days off, and 10 days on again. By this time, I myself began a receptionist position at a local vet. I had one of the doctors look her over. He had never seen such a stubborn case of Giardia in his career. After looking her over, we sent a fresh stool sample to the lab. I mentioned the Kocci-Free to the doctor who didn't seem particularly interested nor overly-skeptical. But he probably wouldn't want to believe it was a natural holistic product that helped rid my pup of the Giardia. However, after trying medication 5 times and a special diet and extreme hygenic-ness, it was the addition of Kocci-Free that worked. Thank you Kocci-free!!!! My dog can now finally socialize without us worrying. She can go to obedience classes that require a negative-fecal result, and she can be spayed without worry! WE ARE THRILLED! I'm sure most pets respond to the regular medicine... but there are some animals that I guess just need an immune-system boost and natural anti-parasitic. THANK YOU THANK YOU!! We will be getting back around $700 in vet-fees from this negligent pet store!! And anyone who cant afford vet care should consider this product to help their pets with Giardia and Coccidia!
By the way - when my adult dogs had a very severe bout of the giardia several months ago, your Kocci Free was a life saver!! I treated my pregnant bitch (who had the 10 aforementioned puppies) and the other 3 per your recommended treatment schedule and had great success. Thank you thank you thank you!!!
Thank You! I am a breeder of Chihuahuas and Yorkies and have been using this product for 4 years. Love it and swear by it and wouldn't be without it on hand :)
Hi! just wanted to let you know that my miniature dachshund, who was struggling mightily with Giardia since birth, is now, at 8 months old, Giardia-free. We give lots of thanks to Kocci-Free. We had tried a few rounds of conventional medicine to no avail, but now she is carefree and happy, just as a pup should be. Thanks so much,
Thank you for a cure for our dog's coccidia. We try to avoid antibiotics in our family: humans and dogs. When our dog tested positive for coccidia, not seeing any symptoms, we decided to wait two weeks and have him retested. Positive again. I searched the Internet and found your Website. After 10 days on Kocci Free, our golden retriever really is coccidia free. Now we can leave him at his favorite kennel while we travel to a wedding for the weekend. Thank you. We will turn to you for remedies when needed.
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