Hibiscus flowers are rich in antioxidants and can help boost metabolism and reduce the absorption of dietary fats.
Green tea is made from the leaves and buds of the Camellia sinensis plant, but it is worth mentioning due to its potential weight management benefits. It contains catechins that may help increase metabolism and fat oxidation.
Chamomile flowers have a calming effect and may help reduce stress-related eating, although their direct impact on weight loss is limited.
Lavender flowers may help reduce stress and anxiety, which can be related to emotional eating and weight gain.
Dandelion flowers have been used as a diuretic and may help reduce water retention and bloating, which can temporarily affect body weight.
While not made from flowers, peppermint leaves are commonly used in herbal teas. Peppermint tea can aid in digestion, potentially reducing digestive discomfort that may lead to overeating.
Elderflowers are thought to have mild diuretic properties and may help with reducing water weight.
Lotus flowers have been used in traditional medicine for their potential appetite-suppressing effects, although scientific evidence is limited.