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It’s not unheard of that Seth Rogen loves weed. Also a truism: he’s involved in both a cannabis company – Houseplant, which he founded with his buddy and creative partner Evan Goldberg – and he makes some amazing pottery.

So it shouldn’t come as a surprise that it all comes together beautifully.

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Enter Houseplant home items

Indoor Plant Deals designer smoking accessories like a pebble match, an all-in-one carrying case, and an ashtray that looks like the one Rogen made by hand and featured the world on Instagram. Although these mass-produced items were not made by Rogen personally, he was responsible for the designs.

The latest from House Goods: A smoking tray complete with a place for your weed, grinder, rolling papers, filters and even one of those ashtrays. Rogen Tweeted about it the other day.

The platter, which sells for $485, is only available through a link to register for “early accessIt, along with other new items, like a set of lava rock ashtrays, will be released to a wider audience later.

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Houseplant was first launched in Canada and quickly became one of the top weed brands in the country. In 2021, the company started in the United States with its three cannabis strains and accessories.

But it’s not just about selling this stuff. Realizing that this is a white couple able to celebrate all the great things of living in a cannabis-friendly world as people of color continue to be unjustly arrested and imprisoned on marijuana-related charges, Houseplant aims to make it a more diverse and fair industry.

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“Houseplant was born out of our love and passion for cannabis, design and art,” Rogen said in a press release. “Evan and I also recognize that our lifelong dream of launching a cannabis lifestyle brand like Houseplant comes with a commitment to change the unjust and racist cannabis laws that still exist in today’s society. We understand our responsibility to help right those wrongs.”

Michael Mohr, CEO of Indoor Plants Told THE weekly earlier this year that the brand has supported reform from the start, implemented through things like an internal mentorship program. For example, the company is currently helping two California-based entrepreneurs overcome obstacles to launch their own cannabis brand.

“We are working with them to help them address their business challenges and figure out how to grow successfully here in California,” he said.