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Creatine Monohydrate - 250g

Snapshot of Creatine Monohydrate benefits:

  • Increase in strength and power
  • Enhanced muscle recovery
  • Increased muscle mass
  • Improved brain health/cognitive functioning
  • Fantastic as part of PCT strategy

1 reviews for Creatine Monohydrate – 250g

Mar 13, 2024, 09:31 AM

Order arrived today and I’ve never seen creatine look so fine, white and pure and it mixed so well with water!

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Product Details

Creatine monohydrate is a naturally occurring compound that plays a crucial role in energy production within muscle cells. It’s one of the most popular and well-researched dietary supplements used by athletes, bodybuilders, and individuals seeking to improve exercise performance, muscle growth, and certain cognitive functions.

Muscle Building Benefits:

Creatine is stored in muscles as phosphocreatine, a high-energy compound that can rapidly donate a phosphate group to adenosine diphosphate (ADP) to regenerate adenosine triphosphate (ATP), the primary energy currency of cells. This ATP regeneration is particularly important during short bursts of high-intensity activities, such as weightlifting, sprinting, and other forms of anaerobic exercise.

The potential muscle-building benefits of creatine monohydrate include:

  1. Increased Strength and Power: Creatine supplementation has been shown to improve muscle strength and power output, which can lead to better performance in resistance training and high-intensity activities.
  2. Enhanced Muscle Recovery: Creatine may support faster recovery between sets during exercise, allowing individuals to perform more volume in their workouts.
  3. Increased Muscle Mass: While creatine itself doesn’t directly increase muscle mass, the improvements in strength and performance can lead to greater training intensity and, over time, potentially greater muscle growth.

Nootropic Benefits:

In addition to its well-known role in muscle function, creatine has also gained attention for potential cognitive benefits, although the evidence in this area is less robust compared to its effects on exercise performance. Some potential nootropic benefits include:

  1. Cognitive Function: There is some evidence suggesting that creatine supplementation might have positive effects on cognitive function, especially in tasks that require short bursts of mental effort, such as tasks involving working memory, intelligence, and tasks requiring rapid decision-making.
  2. Brain Health: Some studies have indicated that creatine might have neuroprotective properties and could potentially be beneficial for conditions involving cognitive decline or neurodegenerative diseases. However, more research is needed in this area.

Interestingly there is some evidence and rationale for using creatine monohydrate as part of post-cycle therapy (PCT) for individuals who have undergone a cycle of SARMs or anabolic steroids.

The goal of post-cycle therapy is to help the body recover its natural hormonal balance and minimise potential side effects. During a SARM/steroid cycle, the body’s natural production of testosterone may be suppressed, and this suppression can lead to hormonal imbalances, muscle loss, and other adverse effects.

Creatine monohydrate may be considered as part of a comprehensive PCT strategy for several reasons:

  1. Muscle Preservation: Creatine has been shown to help preserve muscle mass and strength, which can be beneficial for individuals coming off a steroid cycle who may experience muscle loss.
  2. Strength and Performance Maintenance: Creatine supplementation may assist in maintaining strength and performance levels during the recovery period, when natural testosterone levels are likely lower.
  3. Potential Hormonal Benefits: While not a direct replacement for hormone therapy, some research suggests that creatine may have minor effects on hormonal levels, including testosterone.
  4. Cognitive Support: As mentioned earlier, creatine might have cognitive benefits, which could be useful during this period of transition.


Take 5g daily with food. Each tub provides 50 day supply.

Disclaimer: For use by healthy adults only. Not recommended for persons under the age of 18. Do not take with prescription medicines or without consulting your doctor or pharmacist. Not recommended for pregnant or breast feeding women.

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