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Stuttgart: Bienen retten, Biolandwirtschaft schaden?

Das Volksbegehren "Rettet die Bienen!" Doch sogar Biobauern und Grüne warned: Die Ideen der Aktivisten könnten sogar schaden. Bül alel Mlllodmeole, alel Hhgimokhmo launched slohsll Ebimoelodmeoleahllli mob klo Blikllo: Kmd dhok Hllobglkllooslo kld sleimollo Sgihdhlslellod "Llllll khl HEC!". Kgme ahllillslhil smolo dgsml Hhghmollo was looking for mslmlegihlhhll kmsgl, khl Hkllo kll Mhlhshdllo of the order. …

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Stuttgart: cannabis in medicine, nutrition and body care: researchers from the University of Hohenheim develop new varieties of hemp

For two years, the use of cannabis as a medicine in Germany has been approved. Just a month ago, the first companies obtained permission to cultivate equipment in this country. Yesterday, researchers from the University of Hohenheim set up a network with Canadian colleagues who wish to develop new varieties of hemp. "Cannabis has enormous …

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Forscher aus Stuttgart und Kanada: Hanf for Medizin und Ernährung – Wissen

Cannabis ohne Rauschwirkung wird zukünftig für Medizin und Ernährung immer wichtiger, sind Forscher der Universität Hohenheim überzeugt. Foto: Universität Hohenheim Stuttgarter und kanadische Wissenschaftler sowie Unternehmen wollen Cannabis ohne Rauschwirkung für den Markt erschließen. Was erhoffen sie sich von der Pflanzenforschung? Stuttgart – Medikamente, Nahrungsergänzungsmittel oder Hautpflege – all das lässt sich aus CannabisVarianten herstellen. …

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Medicine instead of drunkenness: University of Hohenheim pushes cannabis research | Stuttgart | SWR News Baden-Württemberg | SWR News

Medical cannabis is booming in Germany since the drug can be prescribed to patients. However, knowledge about the plant is still expandable according to Hohenheim University. According to a report from the University of Hohenheim, "the trade has now recognized that there was a lot of potential in the cannabis plant," said Simone Graeff-Hönninger, agricultural …

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"Menstruation" taboo subject – Stuttgart start-ups revolutionize the tampon market

Ann-Sophie Claus and Sinja Stadelmaier have one goal: they want to "make the sexy time again". In 2018, the women founded the Stuttgart start-up "The Female Company". Since then, they produce organic tampons that manage completely without chemicals, pesticides and unnecessary plastics. Better still, customers can easily receive their toiletries by subscription. Two founders sell …

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