Drinking water supplies in Israel are usually filtered through charcoal water sources, but one Israeli girl has discovered a new and effective way to get it to her: By taking a bath in it.

The 15-year-old Israeli girl, who has been identified only as Ashna, was recently diagnosed with bronchitis and was forced to go to the hospital.

The medical staff gave her charcoal water to drink to alleviate her symptoms, but the girl didn’t seem to like it and refused to drink.

She instead chose to use the water for a few minutes in a bathtub filled with water from a nearby creek, where she used it to wash herself.

“I did not like to use charcoal water as I didn’t feel comfortable using it in the shower, but I thought it was okay to do so in a bathroom,” Ashna told The Jerusalem News.

“After a few days of not drinking the water I decided to try using the water in the bathroom, and then I noticed that I was not able to get any urine or faeces in the water.

I had to wash the bathroom in the morning and wash myself in the afternoon, and this made me feel really tired and I didnĀ“t want to sleep.”

In a bid to solve her problem, Ashna decided to use her charcoal to make a water-soluble, carbon dioxide-free drinking solution for herself.

“I took a bath with a water from the creek, and after a few moments I started to feel really thirsty, so I went to the bathroom to wash myself,” Ashra told The Israel Times.

“After I washed myself, I saw that I had a big amount of faecal matter in the bathtub, so as soon as I got out of the bath, I was very angry and felt that I shouldn’t have done it.

I was crying and angry and didn’t want to continue.

So I decided that I should wash myself.”

Ashna’s mother decided to help the girl by cooking the water using charcoal.

“We used charcoal water and it was very tasty and I liked it very much,” Ashva said.

“It was delicious, it tasted good, it had a nice taste and it made the water water-based and the taste was really good.”

The story of Ashna’s discovery comes to light after she shared her findings with The Israel Public Broadcasting (IPSB) and asked the channel to include it in their news programs.

“It was so surprising to see that it was possible to make water-free charcoal water that was not filtered through any filter, and the water was not polluted,” said Ashna.

“In the past, we have seen many stories of people who have used charcoal for drinking water or as a drinking solution, but in this case we did not know how to do this,” she added.

“There is an urgent need for the use of this new technology in order to help people to stay healthy.”

Ashra said she was inspired by the idea of a charcoal water by another Israeli girl who was able to make the water drink-able with her own hands.

“This was something that I did when I was at university and when I got home, I thought that it would be great to share it with people, so this is what I did,” she said.