What are the examples of monocotyledon herbal plants?
Grasses and orchids are examples of monocotyledon plants.
Monocotyledon (monocots) have seeds containing a single seed leaf .They have narrow leaves with straight parallel veins. Examples of monocots: ochirds, lilies, palm,s grass,irises, corn, wheat.Hope this helped :) roots-adventitious generally herbs and shrubs adopt c4 cycle for photosynthesis have isobilateral leaf
Herbal teas are blends of herbs and plants that are brewed / steeped like tea, but do not contain the tea plant (Camellia sinensis). A few common examples of herbal teas including chamomile tea, mint tea, rooibos, or tulsi tea. Fruits and berries, and spices, are often used in herbal blends. Herbal teas are incredibly diverse, as they include all plants other than the tea plant. On a technical level, herbal teas are not true…
True tea is typically not made from roots--only from leaves, buds, and rarely stems (as in the Japanese green tea called kukicha). Many herbal teas, however, are made from the roots of various plants. This is true both of herbal teas consumed as a beverage, and those used for medicinal purposes. A few examples of plants whose roots are commonly used in herbal teas include ginger, ginseng, and licorice.
it's dicotyledon. --> No! Pine is a gymnosperm ("naked seed"; no ovary), and thus the terms dicotyledon (dicot or eudicot) and monocotyledon (monocot) do not apply to conifers like Pine. The terms "monocotyledon" and "dicotyledon" (or more accurately "eudicot") only apply to the angiosperms (flowering plants containing ovaries/"vessels"). Pine is NOT an angiosperm, thus this these terms DO NOT apply to Pine (or any other conifers).