How Much Weed Does Seth Rogen Smoke Each Day?

Seth Rogen is known for his love for cannabis. But just how much weed does Seth Rogen smoke each day?

Seth Rogen is renowned for his use of cannabis, having made stoner comedies such as 'Pineapple Express', 'Knocked Up', 'Your Highness' and 'This is The End.'

Moreover, Rogen founded his own cannabis company called 'Houseplant' in collaboration with his long-time writing partner Evan Goldberg, who co-wrote Superbad with Rogen, in addition to many other films.

As a result of his lengthy cannabis-filled career, Rogen has embedded himself into weed culture alongside icons like Tommy Chong, Snoop Dogg, and Bob Marley, and many now see Rogen as a bastion of the ganja.

how much weed does Seth Rogen smoke?

While we aren't certain precisely how much weed Seth Rogen smokes, we do know that he smokes "all day, every day" according to an interview he gave with Good Morning Britain.

The 39-year-old Canadian-born actor, writer, and comedian went on to say that he has smoked cannabis "for the last 25 years or so," and said that cannabis is "intrinsic to [his] day to day functionality."

Rogen even went a step further and said that consuming cannabis was preferable to alcohol from a health perspective.

"I personally think alcohol – and I know this is the last thing British people want to hear – but on the grand scale of things we put in our bodies to intoxicate or remove ourselves from our normal baseline of functionality, alcohol is not a good one."

"It's high in calories, it gives you a hangover. There are other things we can be putting in our bodies that have less calories and don't make you feel bad the next day, but they are much more stigmatised than alcohol."

Rogen has also claimed that he smokes an "ungodly" amount of weed, (particularly during COVID-19) so whatever amount you thought he smoked, the reality is that he probably smokes more than that.

However, Rogen cited the War on Drugs as being the primary reason people prefer alcohol to cannabis, stating that "The idea that people who smoke weed are lazy or that if you smoke weed all day you're problematic or there's something wrong with you is just not true and it's mostly based on racist lies told by people many years ago that we still, unfortunately, believe for the most part."

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Louis O'Neill
Louis O'Neill

Louis is a writer based in Sydney with a focus on social and political issues. Having interviewed local politicians and entrepreneurs, Louis now focuses on cannabis culture, legislation & reform.