Cumin Vitality Oil Recipe from Real Food By Two Moms

Making life easy… I don’t know why I waited so long to get a thermomix! Made a super yummy beet root dip with pretty much zero effort. The steam function makes it so easy because if you forgot what you’re doing or get busy (which is always my issue) it turns off and just waits for you to return. Once the beets are soft, I slid off the skins, then tossed them back into the bowl along with a can of chickpeas, a dollop of tahini, salt pepper, a splash of apple cider vinegar, couple of handfuls of walnut, and a drop of cumin essential oil. Then, blend for 10 seconds. Done!! No preservatives or other junk. I know for a fact I’ve gained wait eating so much more packaged and premade food since moving back to the US.  Those days are over. Easy homemade food from now on!!


Cumin is a small, flowering, herbaceous plant from the Apiaceae family that is native to the Middle East and South Asia. Although we now think of it as a spice, cumin was once used by the ancient Egyptians during ceremonial rituals. In the Middle Ages, cumin seed was known as a symbol of love and fidelity and was often carried by brides and grooms at the wedding ceremony for good luck. Cumin Vitality deepens and enriches the flavor of Indian, North African, and Middle Eastern recipes. In addition, it may provide cleansing and detoxifying properties and support the digestive and immune systems when taken as a dietary supplement.


  • Has a warm, earthy flavor
  • Supports healthy liver function and provides cleansing and detoxifying properties*
  • Supports a healthy digestive system to ease digestive discomfort*
  • Contains antioxidants*
  • Supports your healthy immune system*


Dilute 1 drop with 1 drop of carrier oil. Put in a capsule and take up to 3 times daily.

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