The glabrous translocation, also known as sarsaparila, is used in TČM ( rhizoma smilacis glabrae = tu fu ling ) together with other species of Smilax from the family Smilacaceae. In our case, the name "medical transfer" is taxonomically unclear because it may theoretically be related both to Smilax regelii Killip & CV Morton (Smilax officinalis auct.) And to Smilax officinalis Kunth, as well as Smilax aristolochiifolia Mill.), Which was also synonymously described as Smilax medica Schltdl. & Cham.
In TČM, the lean translocation is used to treat infectious diseases (including syphilis and gout), days, liver problems and cancer (see Introduction to the She2015ssg study documenting antitumoral transduction effects).