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    Buying creatine HCI


    Buying some creatine HCI soon, seems to be the ****!! And not expensive at all, 10 bucks for 100grams creatine mono I'm not a fan of, bloats me...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ninja636
    Buying some creatine HCI soon, seems to be the ****!! And not expensive at all, 10 bucks for 100grams creatine mono I'm not a fan of, bloats me...

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    Have you ever tried MCC?
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    I like MCC
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    Quote Originally Posted by antihero View Post
    Have you ever tried MCC?


    better than hcl? Just curious.
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    Quote Originally Posted by criticalbench

    better than hcl? Just curious.
    MCC is the best form on the market, IMHO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by antihero View Post
    MCC is the best form on the market, IMHO.
    will this draw muscle intra-muscular?
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    I prefer HCI to MCC, both are great forms with no stomach discomfort

    But in the end, a creatine load is a creatine load
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheFugitive View Post
    I prefer HCI to MCC, both are great forms with no stomach discomfort

    But in the end, a creatine load is a creatine load

    I use mono during my carb load for a bodybuilding show for intramuscular water retention.

    Does mcc and hcl do that?
  

  
 

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