George W. Carey

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George Washington Carey (1845–1924) was an American physician known for a number of 1910s ‘chemistry of life’ publications, a subject which he referred to as biochemistry, particularly his 1919 The Chemistry of Human Life, all generally using a mixture of religion, astrology, physiology, anatomy, and chemistry, themed particularly with a mineral-based theory of human disease.[1] Carey is popular among the new-age and homeopathic circles. In the context of a person viewed as a "human molecule", Carey was the first to state that a person’s body is a “chemical formula in operation.”


  • The Biochemic System of Medicine: Comprising the Theory, Pathological Action, Therapeutical Application, Materia Medica, and Repertory of Schuessler's Twelve Tissue Remedies (1894) — e-book
  • The tree of life; an expose of physical regenesis on the three-fold plane of bodily, chemical and spiritual operation (1917) — e-book
  • The wonders of the human body : physical regeneration according to the laws of chemistry and physiology (1918) — e-book
  • The Anti-Christ (1918) — e-book
  • The Chemistry of Human Life (1919)
  • (with Inez Eudora Perry): God-Man: The Word Made Flesh (1920) — e-book
  • The Zodiac and the Salts of Salvation (1932) with Inez Eudora Perry


  1. ^ Behncke, F.H. (1996). Pioneer Teachers (George W. Carey, pg. 47). Health Research Books .