The Blood Type Diet Archives Volume 3
Re: Mercurachrome was fluorescent red, not iodine, I believe.
Posted By: Joan
In Response To: Mercurachrome was fluorescent red, not iodine, I believe. (mlou)
MLou, I leapt up and ran to the medicine cabinet when I read your post.
Geez! I think this means I experimented with both as a child. An 'antique' bottle of Tincture of Iodine (saved from my grandfather's farm and not in current use) proved to have a bright gold-red color when the liquid was on the glass rod and turns yellow on skin, which also brought back memories!
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