When you’re a little girl and you see a glowing red goji, you think, “Oh, that must be a miracle tree.”
But when you look closely, you realize it’s actually a dangerous plant.
In fact, Goji bamboos are poisonous.
And you shouldn’t be doing it.
The root of the plant contains poisonous substances.
In the last century, Gojis were thought to have been used to heal the sick, as a medicine for cancer and malaria, and for treating skin disorders such as psoriasis and acne.
But according to a new study, there’s now overwhelming evidence that Goji is a potentially deadly toxin.
A team of researchers at the University of Washington and the University at Buffalo published their findings in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine.
The researchers used a toxin-detection assay to determine the toxicity of five Goji products.
The tests measured the levels of a chemical called trichloroethylene, or TCE, and several other toxic compounds.
The toxin levels were so high that the tests would have detected the toxic substances in a sample of the products.
What the researchers found was that a single bottle of Goji tea had nearly twice the TCE levels of other types of tea.
The TCE found in Goji was about 50 times higher than the TEC.
The team also discovered that the TCA found in the Goji root had an equivalent level of toxicity as TCE in tea leaves.
The amount of TCE and TEC in tea is about the same in all types of green tea.
So the TCR, or the trichrome color, of tea is the same for all green teas, and it can be easily confused for TCE.
In their study, the researchers measured the trithrome of the tea leaves, and found that the tea was yellow in color.
They also found that some types of Gojies contain high levels of TCR.
The trichromatic colors of Gojuis are typically red or yellow.
TCE is a colorless molecule that’s found in some green teabags.
TCR is a compound that’s mostly white, so green teapots are usually red in color, too.
It’s important to note that a person can’t use a tea bag to carry Goji.
If they do, they’ll need to wash their hands after handling the tea.
However, the toxin in the tea has been known to cause liver problems and death.
For that reason, the authors of the study suggest that people avoid using Goji-containing products, and that the most appropriate method is to use a small tea bag with a lid, and put the tea in the bag.
You can find Goji and other green tea on Amazon, where it sells for $13 for a 250-milligram tea bag.