The Cleveland Clinic offers an infographic showing the possible colors of urine and explaining their significance. Normal urine ranges in color from that of pale straw to dark yellow, according to the Cleveland Clinic.
When urine becomes the color of honey or amber, it indicates a need to drink more water. In contrast, urine with no color at all indicates that the person may be drinking too much water, as Cleveland Clinic explains. Brown or orange urine may indicate liver disease or severe dehydration. Anyone experiencing this color of urine should drink water and see a doctor. Pink, blue or green urine may be caused by food coloring. Pink to red urine, however, can also be caused by blood in the urine or any of several serious diseases.