A tea has been made from the ashes of an ancient vahdam tree, according to a new study.
The research from the University of Auckland and the University Of Wellington was published in the journal Nature Communications.
Researchers from the research team say they were surprised to find the ancient tree had medicinal properties.
The researchers collected the tea leaves of a vahdum (or chai) tree, which is an indigenous Chinese tea tree that is also used as a tea.
Chai is an herbal tea with a strong taste of the sweet green leaves.
It is also known to have many health benefits, including anti-inflammatory properties.
Researchers say that when the tea was brewed in the laboratory, the tea became toxic to the human body.
“The tea’s effect on the body was quite dramatic,” lead author Dr Tanya Hausmann said.
“We knew that it was toxic, but it was still in the lab, in the same place, which was really unexpected.”
When we were working with the tea, we knew it was potentially toxic, so we started looking into what else we could do to prevent the toxic effects of the tea.
“The researchers then decided to brew the tea with human waste from a landfill in Auckland and use it to create the tea.
Dr Hausman said the tea could have many benefits for the environment, such as removing toxic compounds from the environment.”
There’s probably a lot of things that could be done to improve the environment in Auckland, and the waste disposal could be one of them,” she said.
The study is important for the community, she said, as it will give scientists a way to understand what is happening in our atmosphere and how it affects the environment and human health.
The tea is made from ashes from a vat of the plant, which has been used for centuries in China.”
If we can use the ashes to brew tea, and then use that tea to treat an asthma condition that we think might be related to that, then that’s a very interesting avenue of research,” Dr Hausbaum said.