SALVE (κολλούριον, κολλύριον). A medicinal ointment applied to the eyes (Rev 3:18; KJV EYESALVE). It may have been a Phrygian powder for which the medical school at Laodicea seems to have been famous. (See Ramsay, Seven Churches, p. 419.) The reference is to the restoration of spiritual vision.

See also

  • Eyesalve