Bone spurs are not bone
Bone spurs can be easily dissolved because they are not truly bone but a collection of calcium and mineral crystals that attach to the smooth surface of bone or internally in the arteries as plaque. When the body becomes highly acidic, calcium, being an alkaline substance, is drawn out of the bone and soft tissue reserves to alkalize the body. The American diet is highly acidic, therefore, calcium is drawn out of these reserves for a long period of time eventually forming plaque in the arteries or bone spurs. To dissolve this plaque or bone spur, it is important to temporarily acidify the body. A combination of minerals can change the pH of the body optimizing calcium metabolism.