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MUSASHI CREATINE can help to support energy production, enhance muscle strength and increase lean body mass during high intensity exercise and resistance training.

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Enhance muscle strength and support energy production with Musashi Creatine.

MUSASHI CREATINE is a highly researched and widely used sports supplement. CREATINE is a molecule produced in the body and is a dietary precursor of Phosphocreatine which releases energy. It can help to support energy production, enhance muscle strength, and increase lean body mass during high intensity exercise and resistance training. MUSASHI CREATINE 350G is micronised to ensure easy mixing.


LOADING - Adults - Take 1 serve 4 times daily for 5 days followed by a maintenance dose of 1 serve daily thereafter or as directed by your healthcare professional. 

Maintenance - Take 1 serve daily

Dosage form - Powder, oral


Each 5g serve provides Creatine monohydrate 5g, Equiv. Creatine 4.4g

Nutrition Information
Creatine Unflavoured 350g


Creatine Monohydrate 5G

Equiv. Creatine 4.4G

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  • Creatine

    Creatine is a molecule produced in the body and is a dietary precursor of Phosphocreatine which releases energy. Creatine can help to support energy production, enhance muscle strength and increase lean body mass during high intensity exercise and resistance training. Creatine may also help reduce muscle damage and inflammation following intense exercise. This can lead to a faster recovery period between workouts. It is found naturally in red meats and fish. Historically, the understanding of creatine and its potential benefits was first realized in the 1800s when it was discovered in skeletal muscle.


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Our FAQs have been written by Gwen Gothard, Sport Performance Nutritionist.

Is creatine a steroid?

Creatine is not a steroid. It’s a naturally occurring compound found in foods and synthesized by the body. Creatine is often used as dietary supplements by athletes and individuals involved in high-intensity, short-duration activities to enhance performance and increase muscle mass. In contrast, steroids are a class of compounds that include various hormones, such as testosterone, and their synthetic derivatives. Unlike creatine, steroids are typically taken in synthetic forms and can have significant hormonal effects on the body.

What is creatine?

Creatine is a natural compound found in your muscles. It is found in meat and fish and is also produces in small amounts naturally by the body. Creatine, a well-researched supplement, enhances performance in high-intensity exercises and strength training. Studies consistently show creatine is safe to use, making it a valuable addition to a strength and power training program.

What does creatine do?

Creatine is a natural compound that significantly impacts muscle function. By bolstering your muscles, it provides the necessary energy for high-intensity workouts, acting like a turbo boost for strength and power.

This powerhouse molecule resides within muscles, facilitating rapid energy generation during intense activities. Its role in enhancing hydration and energy reserves amplifies performance and muscle strength, enabling individuals to power through more repetitions and accelerate muscle growth.

When to take creatine?

For optimal absorption, it’s recommended to ingest creatine 30 minutes to an hour before a workout, helping with energy and performance during the exercise session. After the workout, consider taking creatine alongside a post-workout meal or shake to restore depleted creatine reserves and facilitate muscle recovery.

How to take creatine?

How to use Musashi Creatine: For adults, a serving size of 5g (equivalent to 1 level teaspoon). Mix one serving with water, juice, or liquid, stir until well combined, and consume right away. When to take: Consume 1-2 servings daily, either just before or after exercising.

How to start taking creatine / How to load creatine?

To begin taking creatine, start with a loading phase.

To load creatine, take 20g (about 5 teaspoons) of Musashi Creatine daily for 5-7 days. This should be split throughout the day into 5g servings for best absorption. Example, 1 tsp (5g) with breakfast, 1 tsp with pre workout, 1 tsp post workout, 1 tsp close to dinner time and 1 tsp before bed.

Then maintain with 3-5g daily. Mix with water, protein shake, or juice and drink once dissolved.

Can you mix creatine with protein / Can you put creatine in coffee?

Yes, creatine can be mixed with protein powder. In fact, it is a common practice among athletes to combine creatine with protein supplements. Creatine and protein serve different purpose, but they can complement each other.

Creatine is best dissolved in cold or room temperature drinks. There will be no harm in adding creatine to your coffee, however it is best taken in either water, juice or a protein shake

How much creatine should I take?

Individual tolerance to creatine varies. Some experience discomfort with 20g+ per day, while others tolerate up to 30g per day. Adequate hydration (2-3 L/ day) helps manage water retention. If stomach pains are experienced when taking creatine, stop all supplementation and consult a healthcare professional.

Should I take creatine?

It is worth considering creatine supplementation if your fitness goals involve enhancing muscle strength, power, and performance. It can also benefit vegetarians or vegans who may have lower natural creatine levels. Ensure proper dosage, hydration, and professional guidance for optimal results.

Is creatine safe?

Creatine supplementation is safe for most people when taking within recommended dosages and is shown to enhance exercise performance and fostering muscle growth.

Despite initial concerns based on limited research in 1998, over two decades of extensive studies, with over 500 peer-reviewed publications, have consistently shown that when taken in recommended amounts, creatine supplementation is not harmful to healthy individuals.

Nonetheless, it's crucial for individuals with medical conditions to seek guidance from a healthcare professional before incorporating it into their regimen.

Which creatine is best?

Musashi Creatine Monohydrate is considered the best form of creatine due to its extensive research backing its safety and effectiveness in enhancing athletic performance, muscle strength, and size.

How long does creatine take to work?

Creatine’s effects vary, initial uptake is rapid (hours), noticeable strength gains can occur in the first week, while full benefits can take weeks to months. To maximise benefits of creatine, it is recommended to do a ‘loading phase’ where you take a higher dose (around 20g per day) for a week, followed by a ‘maintenance phase’ with a lower dose (3-5g per day).

What happens when you stop taking creatine?

When you stop taking creatine, your body gradually depletes its creatine phosphate stores, resulting in decreased muscle creatine levels. This may lead to a slight decrease in exercise performance and muscle fullness, but these effects are reversible and typically not significant in the long term.

Does creatine cause acne?

Acne is a complex skin condition influenced by various factors. Some people have reported experiencing acne breakouts when taking creatine however these reports have no scientific evidence and creatine is not thought to be a direct cause of acne.

Should I take creatine while trying to lose belly fat?

Taking creatine while trying to lose belly fat can be beneficial. Creatine can help maintain muscle mass during weight loss, which can increase your metabolism and support fat loss. However, it wont directly target belly fat. Combine creatine with a balanced diet and exercise for best results.

Does creatine expire?

Creatine does come with an expiry date on its tub, yet it doesn't truly 'expire.' Instead, its effectiveness might diminish if not stored properly. To uphold its quality, it's vital to store creatine in a tightly sealed container, in a cool, dry area, and away from both moisture and heat. While creatine remains stable indefinitely, improper storage—exposure to moisture or heat—can compromise its efficacy. For optimal maintenance, ensure storage in a tightly sealed tub in a cool, dry place below 25°C.

About your shopWhat is creatine kinase?

Creatine kinase is an enzyme found in various tissues of the body, particularly in muscles and heart. It plays a crucial role in energy production for muscle contraction. When muscle tissues are damaged or injured, creatine kinase is released into the bloodstream. Therefore, measuring the creatine kinase levels in the blood can be an indicator of muscle damage.

What level of creatine kinase is dangerous?

Monitoring creatine kinase levels is important for athletes, including bodybuilders, to assess muscle stress and injury. A high creatine kinase level can be concerning if it’s significantly above the normal range, usually exceeding 1,000 U/L.

Does creatine make you gain weight?

When you start taking creatine, it can lead to a temporary increase in body weight, typically a few pounds, as your muscles retain more water. This is not the same as gaining fat and is often desired by athletes for improved performance and perceived muscle size.

Is creatine pre workout?

Creatine is not technically considered a pre-workout supplement, however it is commonly used alongside pre-workout drinks. It helps increase energy in the muscles and many athletes take it before workouts to enhance performance, strength, and endurance during their training sessions.

Is creatine vegan?

Most creatine supplements are typically synthesized in a laboratory and are not derived from animal sources. Creatine itself if suitable for vegans, however some creatine supplements may also contain additional ingredients, such as gelatine capsules or other additives, that may not be vegan. Musashi Creatine is pure creatine and is vegan friendly.

Is creatine a protein?

No, creatine and protein are not the same. Creatine is a naturally occurring compound that helps the body produce energy during short bursts of intense physical activity. Whereas protein is a micronutrient, essential for building and repairing tissues in the body.

Where does creatine come from / Is creatine natural?

Creatine is naturally found in small amounts in animal-based foods like meat and fish. It is also made naturally in the human body from amino acids.

Musashi creatine supplementation is manufactured in a laboratory from amino acids and does not contain any animal products.

Can you dry scoop creatine?

It is not recommended to dry scoop creatine or consume without mixing it with water or drink of your choice. Creatine is best absorbed in liquid and might cause digestive discomfort when ingested dry.

What is creatine monohydrate?

Creatine monohydrate is a naturally occurring compound found in small amounts in certain foods and synthesized by the body. Creatine plays a crucial role in producing energy for short-term, high-intensity activities like weightlifting and sprinting.

Do you take creatine before or after a workout?

A controversial question, some people prefer to take creatine before a workout to help increase muscle energy levels and enhance performance during exercise. However, others like to consume post-workout for the recovery benefits, while some might take one dosage before and one dosage after to cover all bases.

Does creatine increase testosterone?

Testosterone is a hormone that plays a crucial role in the development and maintenance of male sexual characteristics and the reproductive functions in both men and women. Creatine supplementation does not significantly increase testosterone levels in the body. Creatine primary enhances athletic performance and muscle strength.

Is creatine safe for teens?

Creatine is generally considered safe for children over the age of 15yrs. It is advised that teenagers consult with a healthcare professional before using creatine supplementation, to ensure it is suitable for their individual needs.

Does creatine make you look fat?

Creatine supplementation does not directly cause fat gain. It may cause a temporary increase in water retention during the loading phase, but this is only short-term and not related to fat gain. It primarily promotes muscle growth and improves exercise performance. To avoid fat gain, it’s essential to maintain a balanced diet and monitor calorie intake while using creatine.

About your shopDoes creatine cause baldness / hair loss?

Hair loss, is a complex condition influenced by a variety of factors, including genetics, hormonal changes, age and possible medical conditions. There is no conclusive scientific data to suggest a direct link between creatine supplementation and hair loss.

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