All the living beings depend on the plants for their own nutrition. Only plants can utilize energy from sunlight and convert it into required ingredients (nutrition). Plants are dependent on soil for supplements like minerals, vitamins, amino acids & water. Hence healthy soil is important for producing a healthy plant. In today's world commercial era, there is a demand for continuous production from the soil and hence these vital supplements in the soil are drastically reduced. Excessive use of strong & expensive inorganic/ chemical fertilizers has further affected the micro-flora of the soil. Due to this there are hardly any micro-organisms/ earthworms left in the soil to decompose the nutrients from the soil and make it available in the form required by the plant. This intern reduces the supply of required nutrients and energy to the plant and has adverse effects on the production of the plant in terms of leaves, flower & fruits. The effect of such low quality agricultural produce is obviously observed in animals & human beings by way of various psychological & physical disorders.