Interest in traditional systems of medicine and, in particular, herbal medicines, has increased substantially in both developed and developing countries over the past two decades. Global and national markets for medicinal herbs have been growing rapidly, and significant economic gains are being realized. As a consequence, the safety and quality of herbal medicines have become increasingly important concerns for health authorities and the public alike. Soil where the plant body of Abelomoschus esculenrus (L) Moench and Allium cepa L.grow were collected from village Zarakhela Shamozai Swat District and investigated for both micronutrients and macronutrients. River Swat water samples were collected at different localities which irrigate the soil of the study area and were investigated for both micro and macronutrients for knowing the relationship between water-soil-plant.