In nature, every microenvironment is provided with the resources necessary for the health care needs of the organisms living in. It is a widely accepted fact that the Indian Traditional Knowledge plays a key role in the pluralistic health care system concept. People believe that many of the health care questions arising in developing countries can be answered by this pluralistic approach. The “One Health Concept” is grabbing attention worldwide where the concept of health care is addressed to all living beings in the environment- human beings, animals and plants. An embracing approach towards Traditional system of medicine is getting due attention regarding the safety and efficacy of the products used. The techniques to learn these non-codified knowledge systems are refined and reoriented. One such technique is a Trans-disciplinary approach where the learning starts with an intradisciplinary analysis for understanding all the dimensions of a particular discipline. It would always be speculative to trace lines of congruence between kingdoms and species, from the platform of modern medicine. On the other hand, there are some systems of medicines where life is always perceived akin. Hence, in those systems, health care is pertinent with one another and so is the treatment schedule.