family Lamiaceae

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Related to family Lamiaceae: Labiatae, mint family
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: Lamiaceae - a large family of aromatic herbs and shrubs having flowers resembling the lips of a mouth and four-lobed ovaries yielding four one-seeded nutlets and including mintfamily Lamiaceae - a large family of aromatic herbs and shrubs having flowers resembling the lips of a mouth and four-lobed ovaries yielding four one-seeded nutlets and including mint; thyme; sage; rosemary
asterid dicot family - family of more or less advanced dicotyledonous herbs and some trees and shrubs
order Polemoniales, Polemoniales - Polemoniaceae; Solanaceae; Boraginaceae; Labiatae; Lentibulariaceae; Pedaliaceae; in some classifications includes the order Scrophulariales
mint - any member of the mint family of plants
Acinos, genus Acinos - plants closely allied to the genera Satureja and Calamintha
Agastache, genus Agastache - giant hyssop; Mexican hyssop
Ballota, genus Ballota - perennial herbs or subshrubs of especially Mediterranean area: black horehound
Blephilia, genus Blephilia - small genus of North American herbs: wood mints
Collinsonia, genus Collinsonia - small genus of perennial erect or spreading aromatic herbs; United States
genus Coleus - genus of Old World tropical plants cultivated for their variegated leaves; various plants sometimes placed in genera Plectranthus or Solenostemon
Conradina, genus Conradina - small genus of low aromatic shrubs of southeastern United States
Dracocephalum, genus Dracocephalum - genus of American herbs and dwarf shrubs of the mind family: dragonheads
genus Elsholtzia - genus of Asiatic and African aromatic herbs
Galeopsis, genus Galeopsis - erect annual European herbs
genus Glechoma, Glechoma - ground ivy
genus Hedeoma, Hedeoma - small genus of American herbs (American pennyroyal)
genus Hyssopus, Hyssopus - Eurasian genus of perennial herbs or subshrubs
genus Lamium, Lamium - genus of Old World herbs: dead nettles; henbits
genus Leonotis, Leonotis - small genus of tropical herbs and subshrubs of South Africa
genus Leonurus, Leonurus - genus of stout Old World herbs having flowers in whorls
genus Lepechinia, genus Sphacele, Lepechinia, Sphacele - a dicotyledonous genus of the family Labiatae
genus Lycopus, Lycopus - small genus of herbs of the mint family
genus Origanum - a genus of aromatic mints of the family Labiatae
genus Majorana, Majorana - small genus of herbs usually included in the genus Origanum
genus Marrubium, Marrubium - Old World aromatic herbs: horehound
genus Melissa, Melissa - a genus of Old World mints of the family Labiatae
genus Mentha, Mentha - mint plants
genus Micromeria, Micromeria - large genus of fragrant chiefly Old World herbs
genus Molucella, Molucella - small genus of aromatic herbs of Mediterranean regions; widely cultivated
genus Monarda - wild bergamot, horsemint, beebalm
genus Monardella, Monardella - a genus of fragrant herbs of the family Labiatae in the western United States
genus Nepeta, Nepeta - catmint
genus Perilla, Perilla - small genus of Asiatic herbs
genus Phlomis - large genus of Old World aromatic herbs or subshrubs or shrubs having often woolly leaves
genus Physostegia - genus of North American perennial herbs
genus Plectranthus - large genus of ornamental flowering plants; includes some plants often placed in the genus Coleus
genus Pogostemon, Pogostemon - genus of Asiatic shrubs or trees whose leaves yield a fragrant oil
genus Prunella, Prunella - small genus of perennial mostly Eurasian having terminal spikes of small purplish or white flowers
genus Salvia - large genus of shrubs and subshrubs of the mint family varying greatly in habit: sage
genus Scutellaria, Scutellaria - an asterid dicot genus that includes the skullcaps
genus Sideritis, Sideritis - genus of woolly aromatic herbs or subshrubs or shrubs of Mediterranean region
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Where can I get mint seeds and kindly expound on its production?Mint is an aromatic plant that belongs to the family Lamiaceae and is grown for its leaves, which are used either in their fresh or dried form to make tea, jams and desserts.
(rosemary), a member of the family Lamiaceae, is an attractive evergreen shrub with pine needle-like leaves that grows wild in most Mediterranean countries.
It is a succulent, aromatic, perennial herb belonging to the family Lamiaceae, and decoction of its leaves is used for several medicinal purposes (Greetha et al., 2016).
Belonwu, "Nutritional qualities and phytochemical compositions of solenostemon monostachyus (family lamiaceae)," Journal of Environment and Earth Science, vol.
Ocimum sanctum (OS) commonly known as holy basil or tulsi means "one that is comparable" belongs to family Lamiaceae. It is regarded in Ayurveda as a kind of "elixir of life" and believed to promote longevity.
piperita) belongs to family Lamiaceae. It is commonly known as mint in English and pudina in Urdu.
Ocimum basilicum commonly known as "Tulsi" in Hindi and sweet basil in English belongs to the family Lamiaceae and is used in culinary and as ornamental herb [1-3].
The genus Salvia is the most diverse genus of the family Lamiaceae, with over 1,000 species around the world distributed in tropical and subtropical zones.
Basil (Ocimum basilicum L.) having about 65 member in genus Ocimum belong to family Lamiaceae, is an annual herb and cosmopolitan in distribution and became the major cultivating as essential oil producing crop.
The object of present research is to evaluate phytochemical activity like total phenolic, total flavonoid content and antioxidant activity by using methanolic extract of different part of selected species of family Lamiaceae.
basilicum L., family Lamiaceae) is used as a kitchen herb and an ornamental plant in the house garden [55].