Name: Creatine phosphate disodium salt
Synonyms: Phosphocreatine disodium salt
Molecular Formula: C4H8N3Na2O5P
Molecular Weight: 255.08
CAS Registry Number: 922-32-7
Disodium Creatine Phosphate is a high energy phosphate storage compound found in muscles and is slightly soluble in water. When creatine is taken, it is transformed into Creatine Phosphate; this Creatine Phosphate then reproduces ATP or energy inside the body. During strenuous workouts Creatine Phosphate is broken into two parts creatine and phosphate thus affecting the level of energy output by stimulating ATP. Creatine not only helps in regulating the energy but is also helpful in lowering Lactic Acid, accumulated in the muscles of those who are into heavy exercise. This lactic acid once accumulated gives a burning feeling when lifting or working out strenuously.