T? is a Maori word for tea. As in the following terms:
(1) T?p?ti or tea party;
(2) T?p?ke or tea bag;
(3) T? raurau or tea leaves; and
(4) Kaput? or cup of tea
Ti refers to Maori's cabbage tree.
Berries or fruits, leaves, or any part of this tree/plant is not recommended for use without knowing the time to harvest and how it is prepared, because in certain growth stages this plant or tree is highly poisonous
Ti refers to a tropical plant popular in Polynesia (not related to tea). Ti leaves are used to wrap food packets, and the root is eaten and brewed as a beverage.