Details on a new Creatine Freak have been confirmed, seeing Pharmafreak really expand on their slightly complex formula. The title of the brand’s somewhat sequel supplement is simply Creatine Freak 5000, with the addition to the name being a direct relation to the clinical dose of creatine in the product. Packed into every serving of the upcoming Pharmafreak supplement will be 5g of micronized creatine monohydrate, a switch from Creatine Freak’s original 1.5g of creatine HCl. As different as the creatine will be from the old to the new 5000 version, the brand have carried over AstraGin for absorption support dosed at 5mg. Joining the complex is another patented feature with ActiGin also dosed at 5mg, included for its “super-concentrated content of vitamin C, superoxide dismutase and other powerful antioxidants”. Fans of the original Creatine Freak might be wondering where the beta-alanine and olive leaf have gone, which to that we can say neither will be in the coming soon 5000 variant. An exact launch date for the latest from Pharmafreak has yet to be confirmed, although April is being teased as the month to be on the look out.