Spellbound Farm & Apothecary
Who We Are
Spellbound Farm is a multifaceted family farm and apothecary nestled on 11 acres in beautiful Union, Maine. We produce high-quality medicinal herb products using sustainable methods that honor our Mother Earth. Farming is a sacred practice and we are all part of the interwoven web of life. Our land, our bodies, our health, our economies, and our communities are inextricably connected. Our intention is to be stewards of resilient ecological habitat and sanctuary for all life. We work the gardens and forage the forests and beaches with joy and care.
Together, we weave healing consciousness through nature and in the belief that healing comes through right relationship.
What We Grow
We grow free-range egg laying chickens, other birds and a wide range of veggies, herbs and berries including: garlic, hot peppers, arctic kiwis, lemonbalm, oregano, mint, parsley, calendula, fennel, sage, hops, echinacea, red clover, elderberries, codonopsis, elecampane, tulsi, and more!
We garden to nourish and sustain pollinator populations, such as native and commercial honeybees, hummingbirds and monarch butteries. Beauty abounds.
You can find our products at local farmer’s markets, Visit us at the farm or order online.
About Our Family
Christina is from Wyoming and relocated to Midcoast Maine to farm. She, along with her three daughters, Brigid, Faryn and Wren, raise the little creatures and gardens on their farm in Union. Christina is especially passionate about healing our global malaise through sustainable agroecology.
Consistently drawn to explore her own self- healing and bring her skills to the community, Christina holds a Bachelor’s Degree with a focus in Psychology; a Master’s Degree in Transpersonal Psychology; a Master’s in Human Resource Management and Certificates in Spiritual Guidance Mentor and Master Herbalism. She has studied at the Boston School of Herbal Studies as a Lyme Practitioner. In addition, Christina has been practicing Reiki since 2011 and is a Reiki Master Teacher in the Usui Lineage. She is now working on her PhD in Transpersonal Psychology with a research focus on Healing Trauma through Transpersonal Agroecology.