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(@onlineorientalrugs)

24 Days 16 Hours Ago

Check out this 2’6” X 9’10” gorgeous Oushak Runner ! Just got in about 50 really unique pieces and ready to ship them out for free!

(@creano_gmbh)

2018-09-05 06:06:15

Die Creano #teekanne, ein #klassiker, aber trotzdem ein muss für jeden #teetrinker! 😌☕ Durch das praktische Sieb kannst du ganz einfach auch lose Teeblätter aufgießen! 👍 Kaufe es jetzt unter: https://buff.ly/2wLioUy • • • • • #creano #teekannenight #teekannetealounge #teekannetee #teatime #teatimes #teatimesnack #teatimetuesday #teatimeforauniverse #teatimeenglish #teatimetale #teatimesnacks #teatimerugs #teatimetreats #teatimer

(@creano_gmbh)

2018-09-03 06:12:57

Der #creano #exquisitea ist ein Genuss und ein muss für jeden #tee Fan. Bereiten Sie ganz leicht ganze #teeblätter zu, ohne nervige #teebeutel, Filter oder Tee-Eier zu. Den Creano exquisiTea gibt es in drei verschiedenen Sorten: grüner Tee gelber Tee schwarzer Tee • • • • • #teatime #teatimes #teatimesnack #teatimetuesday #teatimeforauniverse #teatimeenglish #teatimetale #teatimesnacks #teatimerugs #teatimetreats #teatimer #teatimemonkeys #teatimemanagement #teatimetilly #teatimetable #teatimewithferrie #teatimemagazine #teatimelyfe #teatimelunch #teatimedesignz #teatimecakes #teatimeholidays #teatimevintage

(@teatimerugs)

2018-09-01 00:01:13

#teatimerugs #https://www.etsy.com/shop/teatimerugs #rugsonline

(@teatimerugs)

2018-08-07 01:48:09

#patchwork #kilim #rug . Available at #etsy from #teatimerugs

(@teasenders)

2018-08-06 09:50:09

The Benefits Of Black Tea A lot of research has been focused on green tea, as green tea is found to contain high levels of a compound called epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) which is a powerful antioxidant. Whilst black tea and green tea come from the same plant, Camellia sinensis, it is the process of making the black tea that converts EGCG into other compounds, theaflavins and thearubigens thus reducing the levels of EGCG in black tea. However, studies have shown that these compounds have their own contribution to make to the health benefits of tea. How can black tea help? Whilst tea research is continuing, there have been significant studies suggesting black tea provides cardiovascular benefits. Drink 3 or more cups of black tea a day and reduce your risk of stroke or heart attack. A 15-year study conducted by the Netherlands National Institute of Public Health found a correlation between the regular consumption of black tea and the reduced risk of stroke. The study looked at 552 men and concluded that the flavinoids in black tea helped reduce the production of LDL ("bad") cholesterol that can lead to stroke and heart attacks. The study also indicated that those men who drank over 4 cups a day had a significantly lower risk of stroke than those who only drank two to three cups a day. #teatime #teatimetour #teatimemagazine #teatimeve #teatimewithferrie #teatimexpress #teatimetable #teatimeselfie #teatimebabe #teatimetango #teatimeholidays #teatimelunch #teatimeenglish #teatimeallthetime #teatimeforauniverse #teatimeznomz #teatimerugs #teatimemanagement #teatimesnacks #teatimeontheslowcoast #teatimelovers #teatimeanytime #teatimerocks #teatimedesigns #teatimewithtay #teatimes #teatimevintage #teatimewriter #teatimewithkim #teatimetuesday

(@teatimerugs)

2018-08-06 00:19:44

#vintage #kilim #runnerrug . This runner rug is long. Measured 2'8 x 17'6 feet and inches. Availbale at #etsy from #teatimerugs .

(@teasenders)

2018-08-06 00:05:57

Oolong tea health benefits. There hasn't been as much research done into the health benefits of oolong tea as there has with green tea, however that doesn't mean the results from trials to date are not impressive. One potential reason is that oolong tea has not been as popular as green tea nor as widely known until recently. Another is the fact that oolong contains the full range of antioxidants found in tea, namely catechins, thearubigins, and theaflavins. This fact combined with the varying range at which oolong teas are left to oxidize (anywhere from 10%-70%) makes oolong tea a more complex tea to conduct trials with. A very hot topic of oolong tea and 'weight loss' As with green tea, a number of studies have been conducted to assess drinking oolong tea and its effect on the metabolism and body fat. In summary, oolong tea has been shown to burn fat by stimulating a process known as lipolysis,( a process where fat [triglyceride] in fat cells is broken down to supply energy to other parts of the body) increasing the metabolism and by reducing the absorption of dietary fat. Experts agree the idea should not be to 'lose weight' as such but to burn excess body fat and increase muscle using a combination of regular healthy eating, weights and exercise. As part of your healthy lifestyle, oolong tea can be a welcome addition to help you to burn fat. Such as follows: helps reduce blood concentrations of fat (triglycerides) helps reduce cholesterol helps reduce blood pressure has beneficial effects on the progression of atherosclerosis good for skin disorder recalcitrant AD helps prevents tooth decay complements diabetes treatments #teatime #teatimetour #teatimemagazine #teatimeve #teatimewithferrie #teatimexpress #teatimetable #teatimeselfie #teatimebabe #teatimetango #teatimeholidays #teatimelunch #teatimeenglish #teatimeallthetime #teatimeforauniverse #teatimeznomz #teatimerugs #teatimemanagement #teatimesnacks #teatimeontheslowcoast #teatimelovers #teatimeanytime #teatimerocks #teatimedesigns #teatimewithtay #teatimes #teatimevintage #teatimewriter #teatimewithkim #teatimetuesday

(@teasenders)

2018-08-05 08:20:07

The Benefits Of Black Tea A lot of research has been focused on green tea, as green tea is found to contain high levels of a compound called epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG) which is a powerful antioxidant. Whilst black tea and green tea come from the same plant, Camellia sinensis, it is the process of making the black tea that converts EGCG into other compounds, theaflavins and thearubigens thus reducing the levels of EGCG in black tea. However, studies have shown that these compounds have their own contribution to make to the health benefits of tea. How can black tea help? Whilst tea research is continuing, there have been significant studies suggesting black tea provides cardiovascular benefits. Drink 3 or more cups of black tea a day and reduce your risk of stroke or heart attack. A 15-year study conducted by the Netherlands National Institute of Public Health found a correlation between the regular consumption of black tea and the reduced risk of stroke. The study looked at 552 men and concluded that the flavinoids in black tea helped reduce the production of LDL ("bad") cholesterol that can lead to stroke and heart attacks. The study also indicated that those men who drank over 4 cups a day had a significantly lower risk of stroke than those who only drank two to three cups a day. #teatime #teatimetour #teatimemagazine #teatimeve #teatimewithferrie #teatimexpress #teatimetable #teatimeselfie #teatimebabe #teatimetango #teatimeholidays #teatimelunch #teatimeenglish #teatimeallthetime #teatimeforauniverse #teatimeznomz #teatimerugs #teatimemanagement #teatimesnacks #teatimeontheslowcoast #teatimelovers #teatimeanytime #teatimerocks #teatimedesigns #teatimewithtay #teatimes #teatimevintage #teatimewriter #teatimewithkim #teatimetuesday

(@bigappledonutscoffee)

2018-07-01 17:47:07

Donuts = Happiness!

(@fathallah.wael)

2017-09-05 14:42:13

Moroccan tea 🌏

(@urbanzdesign)

2018-02-16 03:44:53

Natural tea

(@urbanzdesign)

2018-02-15 23:31:32

When you are the only gentleman drinking tea in your group

(@urbanzdesign)

2018-02-15 22:38:52

Morning tea time for anyone ? Gage your favourite tea drinker

(@teatimerugs)

2017-11-20 03:30:14

(@teatimerugs)

2017-11-15 06:29:18

https://www.etsy.com/shop/teatimerugs#teatimerugs #kılıms #turkıshvintage #oushakrunnerrug #,MutedFadedColors

(@teatimerugs)

2017-11-15 06:22:32

#https://www.etsy.com/shop/teatimerugs #teatimerugs #carpet #turkısh