Samples of common vegetable herbs; Coriandrum sativum, Mentha arvensis and Eryngium foetidum were collected from the two local markets (Paukchaung and Myothit) within Meiktila area and analyzed for helminths eggs/larvae using standard methodology. Incidence of larvae of Strongyloides stercoralis; eggs of Ascaris lumbricoides, Taenia sp., Trichuris trichiura, and Enterobius vermicularis were recorded. The numbers of helminth eggs/larvae found on the roots of C. sativum, M. arvensis, and E. foetidum were 0 - 46, 0 - 18 and 0 - 27 per 100g wet weight, respectively. Total counts on helminthes eggs/larvae on the vegetable herbs from Myothit market were more abundant, especially S. stercoralis larvae (P<0.005) when compared with that of Paukchaung market. In the seasonal incidence rate of helminthes, August was found to be higher than in the rest of the months. Base on the results of this study, the importance of the transmission of intestinal parasites from vegetable herbs is stressed, and necessity to improve the sanitary conditions of these kinds of food is also suggested.