The use of medicinal and aromatic plants as adjuvant therapy for type 2 diabetes is gaining popularity due to their potential anti-diabetic properties. This research project aims to investigate the scientific evidence supporting the use of medicinal and aromatic plants in the management of type 2 diabetes. The study will involve a systematic review of existing literature on the effects of plants such as cinnamon, Gymnema sylvestre, blueberry, fenugreek, etc, on glycemic control, insulin sensitivity, and other metabolic parameters. The project will also evaluate the safety and potential adverse effects of plant-based therapies. The findings of this research could provide new insights into the potential of natural-based therapies for type 2 diabetes and inform future studies on the development of safe and effective plant-based treatments.