I had been diabetic since I was 38. I have been using allopathic medicines to control diabetes. Last year I happened to hear about a plant called Cassia auriculata and its ability to control and prevent diabetes. I got the powder of cassia auriculata flower and leaf from one of my friends in south India. I mixed the powder with normal tea and used it as alternative for the normal tea I use daily. I used it twice a day. After a month I checked my sugar level and I saw a significant decrease in my blood sugar level (not so dramatic). But the main use is it's very refreshing and as a diabetic I always had that knee pain which completely gone off. I used it continuously and gradually my blood sugar levels have come down. Now I've completely stopped medicines. Of course I have a strict diet plan.
Here is the research document that I have found out online in one of the reputed journals. ijcpr.org/Issues/Vol4Issue3... So I'm sure that it doesn't have any negative effects. So if you can get this powder, try to use it. It's a bit costly. But recently I heard that some company sells the same as tea powder in the name Diatea. (Edit: I have found the site that sells avaram poo tea. It is diatea.com Considering the amount that I spend for getting raw powder, I see that Diatea is a better option). Will buy next month and let you know the results.I'll try them out next month (till that I have my powder stock) and will let you know the results. I have attached the image of that flower. If you see it around your neighborhood, use it.