Botanical Information: It is the general name given to aquatic plants of the Nymphaea and Nuphar genera from the Nilüfer family. It grows or is cultivated in slow-flowing water edges, lakes, ponds and swamps. Unlike the plants we have seen so far, their roots are embedded in the soil under water. Its leaves and flowers are on the water. Its underwater stem can sometimes reach 2.5 meters. Its leaves are in the shape of a round tray with long stems. Its flowers are large, clear white, sometimes pinkish white.
Places of Cultivation: It is grown in the western and central parts of North America, Europe and Asia.
It strengthens the heart.
It relieves pain.
It calms the nerves.
It is good for insomnia.