The increasing use of herbal medicine around the globe requires new scientific approaches for their standardization. Evaluation of physical and chemical parameters is the most common method for standardization. Standardization of herbal plants is a critical issue to ensure the quality of the research process for safety and efficacy of the research products, which are critical to scientists and regulators for ensuring the quality and interoperability of herbal products (Shukla et al., 2009). The introduction of omic techniques such as genomics, proteomics, and transcriptomics, as well as various profiling approaches, including metabolomics and metabomics, leads to examining the molecular effects of mixtures of chemical agents. By using this technique, one can easily have in-depth knowledge of pharmacodyanamics, pharmacokinetics, and toxicological characterization of the active constituents of an herbal plant. Omic technique is an important tool for the fingerprinting and quality control of herbal medicine (Holmes et al., 2010).