Yes. Kaopectate, which used to contain Kaolin and Pectin, now contains bismuth subsalicylate, which is the active ingredient in Pepto Bismol. Unfortunately, Kaopectate is more expensive than Peto, but worth it if you want to avoid ingesting coal-tar based coloring agents.
Dyes made from the shells of insects, such as cochineal, a red dye made from cockroaches
Red dyes are often made of insects. Carmine red, cochineal red, or natural red 4 are all made from insects, usually powdered beetles. Vegetarian red dye uses other resources. Use caution when selecting vegetarian dyes. Some vegetarian dyes, such as Red 2 and Red 40 are petroleum or coal based, and not considered all that healthy by some groups. Look for dyes that are vegetable or fruit based. Beets and pomegranates are sometimes used to make healthier vegetarian versions of these dyes.
Any vinegar, dry red wine or beer.
No. Vinegar pH is too low.
Yes, but she dyes it the more intense red.
Red Bull is blue, yellow and red. It's gray on the outside and in the inside it is yellow.
Basic dyes: Crystal violet, Methylene blue, Malachite green, Safranin. Acidic dyes: Nigrosin, Congo red
Beacuse he dyes it.
The cedar tree, purple and red dyes.
Red #40 can trigger behavior problems. In Europe, warnings are on products with this and other synthetic dyes made from petroleum. In March, the FDA is holding hearings on food dyes.