Payton Curry of the popular Brat Haus in Scottsdale is taking his top chef skills and applying them to marijuana extract.

Curry, who was trained at the Culinary Institute of America in New York,  has a medical marijuana card to treat his anxiety and depression and has been spending his off time teaching others like Anthony Hernandez, who is partially paralyzed, how best to prepare edible marijuana.

“I can do it with precision,” he said. “I can help Anthony figure out a proper ratio of weights to fat to figure out for his body weight, height, metabolism.”

Hernandez said pot has helped him get off five prescription drugs and get out of a wheelchair. “To be able to enjoy my life and not be feeling like a zombie,” the 27-year-old added.

Curry says medical marijuana helped turn his life around, and now that marijuana extracts have been legal in Arizona since March, he can legally teach others how best to prepare them.

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