doTERRA cumin essential oil has a ton of flavor and cumin oil has been used for thousands of years in Asian cuisine and for it’s digestive benefits.
Did You Know?
Cumin is a flowering plant of the Apiaceae family that can grow up to 1 foot in height and is found mostly in Mediterranean countries.
The Main Problem That We All Face
Have you ever needed a little more flavor in a savory dish or had some digestive issues that you’d like to address? Cumin essential oil has many different uses but there are 4 main ones I wanted to highlight below.
Top 4 Uses Of Cumin Essential Oil
1.) Popular spice used around the world: Add 1-2 drops in soups, curry, chili, or fajitas for a flavor boost.
2.) Promotes proper oral health: Cumin is rich in cuminaldehyde which aides oral health. Add 1-2 drops to 4 ounces of water and gargle to help with your oral health.
3.) Supports digestive health: Cumin seeds have been used since 2000 B.C. for their digestive benefits and can help with stomach upset.
4.) Supports healthy inflammatory response: Dilute with fractionated coconut oil and apply to area of concern to help reduce discomfort.
Cumin Essential Oil Works Best With
1.) Chili powder in chili or fajita recipes: I love combining these two along with some other seasonings to really put some pizazz into my meals.
2.) Black pepper essential oil: I love combing these oils in savory dishes since they go really well together and add mad flavor!
Cumin oil has many culinary uses in soups, fajitas, chili’s, and other Mediterranian dishes. Due to it’s hotter nature for topical use, a carrier oil is recommended.
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