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PG Tips Pyramid Teabags £5.00 for 320 @ Tesco

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6y, 7m agoFound 6 years, 7 months ago
This is pretty much BOGOF, if ur low on teabags this is cheap as.
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#1
You can never have too much tea! Heat added :)
#2
sillybb5354
You can never have too much tea! Heat added :)


Some might disagree:
“Too much of a good thing,” my mother would say. “Even something that is good for you can be bad for you.” Ice cream is delicious, but eating too much can make you fat. Red wine is packed with beneficial antioxidants, but drinking too much can destroy your liver.

Everything that we eat or drink contains components that can harm us, when we consume abnormally large amounts. Tea is like that. Teas made from loose tea leaves from the camellia sinensis plant have three chemical components that fall into that category: fluoride, caffeine, and tannin.

Tea Side Effects: Fluoride
The known side effects of excessive fluoride use are the development of brittle bones and the less serious browning of teeth. The level of fluoride required to cause these negative side effects is much higher that one would expect to drink in normal amounts of tea. If you are concerned, however, and want to ensure that your tea contains the least fluoride possible, drink green or white decaffeinated tea, and brew it using steam distilled bottled water or filtered water.

Decaffeinated teas contain more fluoride that non-decaffeinated teas. This may be caused by the fluoride level in the water used in the decaffeination process.

Finally, public tap water used for brewing the tea may add additional fluoride. If you wish to ensure that your tea contains the least fluoride possible, drink green or white non decaffeinated tea, and brew it using filtered water or steam distilled bottled water.

Tea Side Effects: Caffeine
Caffeine is a powerful stimulant, and can become habit forming to the point where attempts to stop consuming it can result in symptoms of withdrawal. Any beverage containing caffeine can cause sleeplessness. It acts as a diuretic, and can worsen incontinence. Caffeine is known to increase heart rate and blood pressure. Diabetics should minimize their consumption of caffeine as it increases blood sugar levels. Its use may also cause an increase in stomach acid, and can worsen ulcers.

If caffeine in tea causes you any of the above problems, consider using a decaffeinated tea.

Tea Side Effects: Tannin
Tannin is known to kill bacteria, which helps to control dental plaque. Unfortunately, it also slows the absorption of several important minerals, such as zinc, calcium, and iron. It can cause constipation, and may contribute to iron deficiency. It has been suggested that tannin (see this article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tannin) increases the risk of nasal and esophageal cancer.

I'll stick to cola :p
#3
frakison
Some might disagree:
“Too much of a good thing,” my mother would say. “Even something that is good for you can be bad for you.” Ice cream is delicious, but eating too much can make you fat. Red wine is packed with beneficial antioxidants, but drinking too much can destroy your liver.

Everything that we eat or drink contains components that can harm us, when we consume abnormally large amounts. Tea is like that. Teas made from loose tea leaves from the camellia sinensis plant have three chemical components that fall into that category: fluoride, caffeine, and tannin.

Tea Side Effects: Fluoride
The known side effects of excessive fluoride use are the development of brittle bones and the less serious browning of teeth. The level of fluoride required to cause these negative side effects is much higher that one would expect to drink in normal amounts of tea. If you are concerned, however, and want to ensure that your tea contains the least fluoride possible, drink green or white decaffeinated tea, and brew it using steam distilled bottled water or filtered water.

Decaffeinated teas contain more fluoride that non-decaffeinated teas. This may be caused by the fluoride level in the water used in the decaffeination process.

Finally, public tap water used for brewing the tea may add additional fluoride. If you wish to ensure that your tea contains the least fluoride possible, drink green or white non decaffeinated tea, and brew it using filtered water or steam distilled bottled water.

Tea Side Effects: Caffeine
Caffeine is a powerful stimulant, and can become habit forming to the point where attempts to stop consuming it can result in symptoms of withdrawal. Any beverage containing caffeine can cause sleeplessness. It acts as a diuretic, and can worsen incontinence. Caffeine is known to increase heart rate and blood pressure. Diabetics should minimize their consumption of caffeine as it increases blood sugar levels. Its use may also cause an increase in stomach acid, and can worsen ulcers.

If caffeine in tea causes you any of the above problems, consider using a decaffeinated tea.

Tea Side Effects: Tannin
Tannin is known to kill bacteria, which helps to control dental plaque. Unfortunately, it also slows the absorption of several important minerals, such as zinc, calcium, and iron. It can cause constipation, and may contribute to iron deficiency. It has been suggested that tannin (see this article http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tannin) increases the risk of nasal and esophageal cancer.
I'll stick to cola :p


:o ... what do you say to that? lol.
#4
Not a good deal for me. For £5 I would expect at least 500 tea bags.
#5
sillybb5354
:o ... what do you say to that? lol.


LOL what can I say, I was bored on my lunchbreak :p (I didnt even know there were side effects to tea, its amazing what crap is on google!!!)
#6
frakison
LOL what can I say, I was bored on my lunchbreak :p (I didnt even know there were side effects to tea, its amazing what crap is on google!!!)


And wikipedia too possibly? Haha, well 10 out of 10 for effort! .... it is hard copying and pasting :p

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