Seth Rogen ‘fixed’ cannabis company’s website after crashing due to high demand

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Karu F. Daniels, New York Daily News
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Lighters up!

Seth Rogen’s cannabis company is back in business after its website crashed due to high demand on Thursday.

The digital destination for the international expansion of his Houseplant weed business hit a snag on its launch day — promptly crashing due to increased volume.

“Due to insane traffic we took the Houseplant site down temporarily while I learn to write code,” the Canadian comedian initially tweeted. “I’m very sorry if you’ve been waiting. There’s still a lot of products available! I will let you know as soon as it’s up again.”

Within a few hours he was able to get the site up and running again, though he’s warning customers there’s still a waiting room to deal with the traffic.

Founded in 2019 by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg through a strategic partnership with the global cannabis and hemp company Canopy Growth, Houseplant operates out of Toronto.

“Houseplant is a passion we’ve brought to life through drive and dedication,” the stoner superstar said with the company’s launch. “Every decision we’ve made for the business reflects the years of education, first-hand experience and respect we have for cannabis.”

Offering strains of dried flower cannabis, softgel capsules and pre-rolled joints, the company said its dedicated to quality, education, guidance and elevation of cannabis to enhance the lives of Canadians.