In China the colour green (like black) is associated to the female yin, the passive, receiving principle, whereas yellow belongs to the male yang, the active, creative principle.
Green can be produced by mixing blue and yellow and therefore unites the spiritual of blue with the emotional warmth of yellow. Both together create growing and wisdom.
After the fall of the hunting peoples and with the coming up of agriculture more and more Gods appeared, who were associated to the colour green.
In alchemy solvents which could solve gold, were called "green lion" or "green dragon".
Green: Green lights mean "clear road", white arrows on green ground mark rescue paths.
Green: healthful environment, nature products
Green: during the Middle Ages the colour of love, but as well of viscous snakes and demons Green: political colour Green in the Islam Green: reassuring, harmonious