South Dakota study finds benefits of Indian tea
Research conducted at South Dakota State University has uncovered the health benefits of Indian tea.

Professor Fathi Halaweish of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry studied tea used by the Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe. Halaweish said it can be used to treat upper respiratory infections.

The tribe's Big Coulee District is funding the research. Halaweish said it might result in commercial production.

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