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Chronic Inflammatory Conditions: How Cortisol Actually Works, Why It Depends on the Mitochondria (and Where Licorice, Adaptogens and the Organic Acids Test Fit In)

TLDR: Cortisol is the primary anti-inflammatory agent in our bodies, but depends on the mitochondria to deliver this effect Long-term stress reliably results in a loss of cortisol activity, an increase in nitric oxide and hypoxia at the mitochondria Interventions must target both cortisol activity and the mitochondria to resolve

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