Urine is a liquid that removes waste products from the body after they are processed by the kidneys, according to WebMD. Urine is usually pale to deep yellow, and it gets its color from urochrome, a type of pigment. The more concentrated urine is, the darker it is.
However, the urine of even a healthy person can take on several colors, according to WebMD. Medications can turn urine blue or green, beets can turn it pinkish, and multivitamins can turn it a brilliant yellow. Normally, urine does not have a strong smell, but as with color, smells can also be imparted by food or medications. Usually, people need to urinate around six to eight times a day.