The Journal of the International Hemp Association is a bi-annual
publication of the International Hemp Association (IHA), Postbus 75007, 1070 AA Amsterdam,
The Netherlands. Tel./fax: +31 20 6188758, e-mail: email@example.com
ISSN nr 1381-091X.
© 1994, International Hemp Association. All articles accepted for
publication by this journal are copyrighted by the IHA, unless the author retains their
copyright. The IHA reserves the right to reprint copyrighted articles or to supply
them to third parties. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a
retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means without the prior written
permission of the publisher, the International Hemp Association. The publisher is
not responsible for statements and opinions expressed by the authors in this publication.
Although all advertising material is expected to conform to the best ethical
standards, inclusion in this publication does not constitute a guarantee or endorsement of
the quality or value of such a product or of the claims made of it by its seller.
The International Hemp Association is a non-profit organization established in 1992 to promote the beneficial uses of hemp products worldwide. The organization encourages and facilitates the accumulation and exchange of information on Cannabis, sponsors projects in several countries and publishes a journal for its members. The IHA is supported by memberships and by donations from foundations, corporations and individuals.
Although many IHA members may feel that in light of the great economic potential of Cannabis, the current legal restrictions hampering Cannabis research and hemp cultivation should be reconsidered, the IHA does not endorse a political stance on Cannabis legislation, nor will it serve as a forum for the Cannabis legalization debate.
The IHA has three types of membership; Student (US $25/NLG 40 per year), Individual (US $50/NLG 80 per year) and Sustaining/Business (US $100/NLG 60 or more per year). Membership participation will be balloted. Members may order additional or previous issues for US $10 (postpaid), non-members pay US $15 (post-paid). Members joining after June may join for the next year and purchase the issues of the current year. Payments may be made by International Postal Money Order, American Express/Thomas Cook Money Order, or via AmEx credit card.
Authors who contribute an accepted article to the journal will receive a year's membership including subscription to the journal. Sustaining members can direct their contribution toward any specific project they prefer. A financial audit of income and expenditures is available to sustaining members.
Submission of manuscripts
The IHA Journal publishes original research, literature reviews and news items on hemp. Preferably, contributions should not exceed 10 double-spaced typed pages (ca. 4000 words). Longer contributions may be accepted if they can be serialized in two consecutive issues. Manuscripts can be submitted in triplicate to: IHA Journal, Editorial Office, Postbus 75007, 1070 AA Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Once a paper is accepted, the preferred medium of submission is on disk (Macintosh or MS-DOS format), preferably MS Word 5.0 or later, with accompanying manuscript. A guide for authors can be found on page 65 of this issue or can be obtained from the IHA.
Hayo M. G. van der Werf
Editorial Advisory Board
Ivan Bocsa, GATE Agricultural Research Institute, Kompolt, Hungary
Henry F. Brookman, Omni lure BV, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Robert C. Clarke, Pharmtex consulting, San Diego, California USA
Sebastiaan Hennink, Hemp-Flax BV, Ressen, Netherlands
Michael Karus, nova-Institute, HYrth/Cologne, Germany
John M. McPartland, VAM, Middlebury, Vermont, USA
Raphael Mechoulam, Hebrew University, Jerusalem, Israel
Etienne P. M. de Meijer, Utrecht, Netherlands
David W. Pate, HortaPharm BV, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Gertjan van Roekel, ATO-DLO, Wageningen, Netherlands
David P. Watson, HortaPharm BV, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Donald Wirtshafter, Ohio Hempery, Athens, Ohio, USA
Rowan and Liz, Amsterdam