(CNN) Chris Sayegh is a 24-year-old chef who has found a niche in the world of cannabis.

He established a business that combines food and the controversial drug. His company, the Herbal Chef, offers a variety of food services catering to both the medical and recreational needs of marijuana users, but his most popular service involves private dinners.

People pay upward of $500 each to indulge in a 12- to 15-course dinner infused with cannabis. He describes these luxury dinners as "cerebral experiences" meant to introduce more than just a high, although scientists advise dining with caution.

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