RICQLES Mint Alcohol - Peppermint - Travel Size - Made in France - Round Bottle 10 cl
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Padian K. 2011. Vertebrate palaeohistology then and now: A retrospective in the light of the contributions of Armand de Ricqlès. Comptes rendus Palevol 10: 303–309.
The success of RICQLÈS Peppermint Extract stems from several factors: its secret recipe which has not changed for over 180 years, its wonderful story through the years, its multiple benefits and the careful selection of ingredients* used to produce it. The stable isotopic records of fossils from the Peterborough Member, Oxford Clay Formation (Jurassic), UK: palaeoenvironmental implications. For its 180 years anniversary, RICQLÈS Peppermint Extract presents a new natural and refined visual identity that reflects both its unique heritage and its benefits for the body and mind.Aromatherapy: Add a few drops to your diffuser. You can also boil some water, add a few drops when it starts steaming, and breathe in the steam to help with your nasal passages .
Ricqlès is a peppermint spirit and a French soft drink. The liquor Alcool de Menthe de Ricqlès was created in 1838 in Lyon, France, and was originally a medicinal mint spirit. He died on 14 December 1853, and his three sons Louis, Edouard and Vital decided to take over the family business.Armand de Ricqlès initially worked on the functional significance of extant histodiversity,   and applied this newly gained knowledge in paleobiological inferences.  He has collaborated with several other histologists and paleontologists, including Timothy G. Bromage, John R. Horner, and Kevin Padian. In his career, he influenced several students, but he formally trained a single doctoral student, Vivian de Buffrénil, who is currently working in the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle in Paris.