Herbal Book of Shadows Toolkit

with Erin LaFaive
Are you interested in creating  a collection of herbal information and experiences focused on your spiritual and physical needs? Start here!
$25 Join here

Have you wanted to start a collection of herbal information, but didn’t know where to start? 

Do you want to incorporate herbs into your life for wellness and spiritual practice? 

The Herbal Book of Shadows Toolkit provides:

  • guidance on how to start, what to focus
  • how to stay organized
  • ways to incorporate herbs into your life


You’ll receive in this toolkit:

  • 4 video lessons + 1 BONUS video
  • Wish list template (all 5 themes) – keep track of all your herbal supply wants and needs
  • Plant Profile template (all 5 themes -Leaves, Witchy, Fantasy Fairy, Purple Fairy, and Plain)
  • Herbal Recipes template (all 5 themes)
  • Plant memories journal page (all 5 themes)
  • Herbal Book of Shadow cover pages (5 page designs)
  • Herbal Inspirations templates  (all 5 themes)
  • Spring Equinox, Fall Equinox, and Summer Solstice celebration planning sheets  (all 5 themes)
  • Lessons on each of these medicinal plant topics: trees, shrubs, flowers, leaves, roots (each recorded live with Zoom starting each Tuesday Sept. 25, 2018). I’ll introduce 3 plant species in each topic area.
  • and more! I’ll be adding more templates for your herbal book of shadows to make it fun and empowering.


  • Worksheets are available to download and electronically fillable
  • Join the Plant Priestess Exploration Facebook group
↑ Check out the preview of four designs, worksheets, and the membership site where everything is housed.

What is an herbal book of shadows?

A collection of herbal knowledge, recipes, and experiences. Sometimes these are called materia medica, plant profiles, or herbal journals. In years past, wise wo/men, herbalists, and healers were said to have all thier knowledge in a book of shadows. Many times these people were called witches.


Topics covered in the videos: 

  • Herbalism is diverse – focusing your studies
  • Main components of plant profiles
  • Main components of an herbal book of shadows
  • Herbal remedy making tips (elderberry syrup tutorial)
  • Herbs for ailments (colds and flu)
  • All videos were recorded for the Herbal Book of Shadows 7 day Challenge.

About Me

Hi, I’m Erin LaFaive, Master Herbalist and Plant Priestess I’ve been studying and practicing nature spirituality for decades. I believe there are multiple ways to use and experience plant life including the Plant Priestess perspective.

Since my days of gardening as a child in Wisconsin, I’ve always been captivated by plants. They soothed me in times of trouble. They were always there for me. It’s as if I could sense thier encouragement.

The hidden knowledge and versatility of plant life is astounding. During my teen years, I began my self-studies in herbalism – and like you, I was passionate about the topic, but overwhelmed with the information and a bit lost (and lonely) about how to continue.

As a Plant Priestess, my passion is bringing us back to the sacred world of plants.

I formalized my herbalism training with Gigi Stafne of Green Wisdom School of Natural and Botanical Medicine. I also earned a bachelor degree in Geography with an emphasis in Natural Resources Managment and then on to earn a master degree in Environmental Studies. I’ve worked in three greenhouses learning to cultivate and care for herbs, vegetables, shrubs, and trees. Also, I’ve taught 1000s of people of all ages about herbalism, horticulture, and environmental subjects for well over 10 years.

I worked for Circle Santuary, interned with  Abiinooji Aki, and experienced other ways of knowing through ceremony, ritual, sacred fire circles, sweatlodges, and other activities.

In accordance with Wisconsin law and professional standards, the purpose of Full Circle Herbals, LLC is for educational information about Complementary & Alternative Medicine subjects. It is not intended to take the place of personalized medical counseling, diagnosis and/or treatment by a trained medical physician. Herbs and other botanicals are classified by the Food and Drug Administration as food products, to date. Botanicals are not classified as “medicines”. 
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