Also Known As: Sarsaparilla , Smilax regelii, Honduran sarsaparilla, Jamaican sarsaparilla

Smilax regelii is a perennial, trailing vine with prickly stems that is native to Central America. Common names include sarsaparilla, Honduran sarsaparilla, and Jamaican sarsaparilla. It is known in Spanish as zarzaparrilla, which is derived from the words zarza, meaning "shrub", and parrilla, meaning "little grape vine".

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