Seth Rogen Houseplant LPs
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It is no secret that Seth Rogen loves cannabis. In fact, the actor loves cannabis so much, he created his own company, Houseplant.

However, Houseplant is changing how stoners and music-lovers alike listen to music. In fact, the company is about to release three separate full-length records that supposedly tailor to specific strains of weed.

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The LPs allegedly emulate moods based on sativa, indica and hybrid strains. The sativa LP will hold upbeat music, while the indica one will radiate something far more relaxed. However, the hybrid LP seems to be a balance of both, with tunes that fit “right in between.”

The launch of the LPs has even caught the eye of IssuesSkyler Acord, who asks a very valid question.

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Rogen is launching the recreational cannabis company with his filmmaking partner in crime Evan Goldberg, according to Entertainment Weekly. Houseplant will launch from Vancouver, Canada, with an effort to not only sell cannabis, but also educate people on it. According to an Instagram post, Rogen has been working on the project for about five years.


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I’ve been working hard on Houseplant for five years. I can’t believe we’re actually launching. What a time.

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“Houseplant is a passion we’ve brought to life through drive and dedication,” Rogen says in a story with HypeBeast. “Every decision we’ve made for the business reflects the years of education, first-hand experience and respect we have for cannabis.”

So far, the company will only distribute in British Columbia. However, according to Entertainment Weekly, Houseplant intends on expanding to other legal retailers soon.

According to HypeBeast, the sativa strain will launch this April, with hybrid and indica to follow later this year. You can check out Houseplant’s website here.

What do you think of Houseplant’s strain-specific LPs? Let us know in the comments below.

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