1. bulk nutraplanet mono

how do i dose the bulk creatine mono from nutra? there are no directions.

thanks
GJJ

2. Not sure of NP's bulk, but normally it's 5g per 1tsp.
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3. Same as any micronized creatine

4. on the side of mine it says "500 grams
1/4 tsp = 700mg"

1 tsp then = 2.8g

if you want 5g then you need almost 2 tsp

5. sorry let me re-frame my question, what size spoon or measuring tool should i use to get 5 grams in a serving?
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6. Originally Posted by delsolrob
on the side of mine it says "500 grams
1/4 tsp = 700mg"

1 tsp then = 2.8g

if you want 5g then you need almost 2 tsp

thank u! thank u! thank u!

thats the answer i needed !

thank you to all who were willing to help me out!!! reps to all!

thanks
GJJ

7. no problem bro!

8. Also if you have a scale, the first time you might want to check how much 2 tsp gives you, because rounding sometimes throws you off. It might be close to 750mg, or it might be closer to 650mg/ 1/4 tsp. When in doubt, a bit extra doesn't hurt, especially since it is so cheap!

9. Originally Posted by delsolrob
on the side of mine it says "500 grams
1/4 tsp = 700mg"

1 tsp then = 2.8g

if you want 5g then you need almost 2 tsp
Damn, I left mine in the box with all the soft shock absorbers and never read that D:

By 1 tsp do they mean a teaspoon just flat across the top or just an average teaspoon scoop that's a little heaped? Sorry, that's a really newbish question

10. 1 tsp. usually does it

11. I actually had a question on this. Typically creatine is 5g for a rounded teaspoon. NPs bulk mono says 700mg for 1/4 teaspoon, which as mentioned earlier would be roughly 2.8g for a teaspoon. What's up with this?
The thing I have noticed though is that NP's bulk mono appears lighter and more airy (if that's a word) than some of the other creatine monos I've tried before. They can be gritty and heavy. Perhaps I answered my own question?

12. It's micronized, which allows more air to get between particles.

And Creatine is often 5 grams per heaping teaspoon.

It's micronized, which allows more air to get between particles.

And Creatine is often 5 grams per heaping teaspoon.
Cool, that's kind of what I figured. Right when I opened NP's bulk creatine mono it looked much fluffier and lighter than some of the previous creatine monos I've had before. In fact it seems even more airy than most of the other micronized creatine monos I've seen before. Perhaps it's super micronized? Either way it does seem to dissolved better all of the other ones I've tried. I'm a NP mono man for life now.

14. so now im confused.... is it one tsp or 2?

15. Well, I guess it depends on whether the tsp measurement on the label refers to a heaped tsp or not.

And what do you guys mean by heaped?

I should really just buy a measuring spoon or something :P

16. Guys, creatine is 5 grams per tablespoon, not teaspoon. That's where all this confusion is coming from

17. Originally Posted by dizi24
Guys, creatine is 5 grams per tablespoon, not teaspoon. That's where all this confusion is coming from
No that's not really true. Go check out most creatines and they are 1 "heaping" tsp (which is a teaspoon) for 5 grams. A tablespoon would be like 14 grams.

the NP bulk creatine specifically says 1/4 teaspoon is 700mg

18. guys, I think the easiest way to do this is to just buy a scale. :P