Raw Powders™ Creatine HCL is made out of 100 % Creatine Hydrochloride which is viewed as creatine with the highest absorption rate and solubility ratio, compared to other forms produced.
Even being one of the newest form of creatine to hit the market, creatine HCL is fast approaching to become the most popular supplement between the athletes. This is due to its superior properties to help increase muscle strength and power. And all of this can be achieved with no loading and cycling! Just one small serving before hitting the gym.
RAW Powders TM Creatine HCL is absorbed by the muscles cells much faster than the regular creatine monohydrate. This means that smaller doses are required for the maximum effect. You save money AND time.
RAW Powders TM Creatine HCL is highly recommended to everyone who wants to discover pure creatine effect with no common “side” effects (dosing, loading, bloating, muscle cramps) of a regular creatine monohydrate.
100 % concentrated creatine hydrochloride
Increase in muscle strength, power and size
No loading phase
No water retention
Purity check board
Take 1.5 scoops (3000 mg) once daily.
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