2020 Herbal Immersion Supplies, details

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Thank you for choosing Trillium and Erin Vanhee for your herbal training. This program was first offered in the Pacific Northwest in 1994! While it has changed with years, the intention is the same. We strive to give you the tools necessary to integrate plants in to your daily life with skill, confidence and delight.

We’d love to hear from you. Questions on which program is best for you? Give Erin a call at 360.391.2706 or email eevanhee@gmail.com.

Your herbal training includes many hours of hands on medicine making! These medicines made from fresh plants are yours to keep and while your tuition includes a material fee, there will be some supplies you will be required to purchase.


Tuition includes all live training, home study projects, all plant material used in class, hands outs and plants used to make medicines in class for the student to take home.

Students are required to purchase their own medicine making materials.

Everclear, brandy or vodka

Glycerine, honey, vinegar

Olive Oil, beeswax, essential oils

Jars, cutting board, knife

Pruners, Hori-hori trowel, gloves

Cutting board, knife, strainer.

Recommended Books

Medicinal Plants of the Pacific West Micheal Moore

Book of Herbal Wisdom Matthew Wood

Plants of the Pacific Northwest Coast Pojar and Mackinnon

Additional Recommended books for Integrated Plant Medicine Immersion

Pulses by Matthew Wood, Phyllis Light, Francis Bonaldo

The Practice of Western Herbalism Matthew Wood

Southern Folk Medicine Phyllis Light

Herbal Energetics PDF Jim McDonald

Herbal Constituents, Foundations is Phytochemistry, Lisa Ganora

Where is class? The Wild Plant Immersion is held in the wild! Nature is our classroom.

Class will follow the season and the plants. Most classes are in Skagit, Island counties. One full weekend is held in Twisp, Methow Valley, Washington. Overnight camping is included. Sorry, no family members or dogs allowed. Carpooling is encouraged, a Discover pass is recommended.

The Integrated Plant Medicine Immersion has apothecary and diagnostics training which is held in Sedro Woolley, Washington.

Other locations include botanicals at the beach on Camano Island and Cascade Mountain trips, including a field trip to Methow Valley, Washington.

Do you offer payment plans? No, we do not. We do accept online payments through paypal, venmo and square. For students combining both Immersions, there is a courtesy $100.00 off each program ($200 total) and payment in full is not required. Please inquire.

What is the refund policy should I decide to withdraw from the program? Your tuition is refunded in full minus a 20 percent cancellation fee up to 60 days prior to the first day of class. 30 days before class, refunds are made with a 50 percent cancellation fee. No refunds given with less than 30 days before class begins or after class has started.