As a better substitute or alternative to meat products, plants as vegetables are known to eliminate or at least minimize the risks of acquiring heart diseases or ailments related to deficiency in vitamins and minerals that are typically obtained through vegetables. Animals, secondly, as much as human beings do, take a great deal of advantage with plants too as their source not only of food but also of shelter. This is quite evident in the wilderness or similar habitats that are home or sanctuary to animals of diverse species and various needs of safekeeping. Certain plants that are uncommon or have peculiar and sensitive approach to botanical breeding like herbs may be used as natural medicines. Often these medicines, such as those promoted in the ancient tradition of Chinese culture, have been utilized to either prevent or cure rare sickness. While they naturally sustain physiological regrowth or reparation, patients are assured of alternatives with intrinsic value which do not yield to side effects like synthetic medicines do. Similarly, one further achieves an equivalent benefit with the plant's aesthetic worth.