Herbal Book of Shadows Toolkitwith Erin LaFaive
Have you wanted to start a collection of herbal information, but didn’t know where to start? Or, you started but couldn’t keep the momentum going?
You’ll receive in this toolkit:
- all the printable downloads offered in the challenge
- 4 video lessons that were recorded during Facebook LIVEs from the Herbal Book of Shadows Challenge
- Access to Full Circle Herbals Community Facebook group
- 30+ pages of worksheets that assist with your herbal learning journey
- 2 page recipe template in 4 themes
- 4 template designs (Leaves, Witchy, Fantasy Fairy, Purple Fairy
- and more! I’ll be adding more templates for your herbal book of shadows to make it fun and empowering.
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.
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 worked for Circle Santuary, interned with Abiinooji Aki, and experienced other ways of knowing through ceremony, ritual, sacred fire circles, sweatlodges, and other activities.