Surprisingly, it may have been great-grandmother who knew best after all. You may have heard stories of past generations harnessing nature in ways we have long since forgotten in our hectic society of today. However, most of us have probably noticed that “green” is quickly becoming the new “black”. It is becoming a renewed way of life and mainstay in our evolving world and economy, and for good reason, too. Not only are greener products safer for the planet and its delicate ecosystem, but also for the people who use them and steer away from their traditional counterparts that our dear mothers may have introduced us to.