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    Erase and Creatine


    Creatine makes you muscles hold on to water correct? Doesn't Erase cause a drying and harding effect? My question is would erase and creatine kind of work against each other?

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    Erase removes interstitual fluid, not intracellular fluid. They work together very well
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    Would not have thought of it that way. Explains the dry joints
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    Quote Originally Posted by Budman7811 View Post
    Would not have thought of it that way. Explains the dry joints
    Nope, lol, diuresis does not involve the synovial fluid. The dry joints are a direct hormonal consequence of erase use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Nope, lol, diuresis does not involve the synovial fluid. The dry joints are a direct hormonal consequence of erase use.
    This.

    I'll be running Erase + Genomyx CreIgnite (Creatine product + Orotic Acid, Astra.. Great stuff and cheap on NP)
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Erase removes interstitual fluid, not intracellular fluid. They work together very well
    did not know this!
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    And for those waiting to stay away from water retention from Creatine, just stick to 2.5-3g per day
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr.cooper69 View Post
    Nope, lol, diuresis does not involve the synovial fluid. The dry joints are a direct hormonal consequence of erase use.
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