If you bought a commercial moccasin juice because it is under pressure, try this method quickly and easily! Keep in mind that it is a little more expensive than buying and cooking dry berries. This new option for preparing syrup for the elderly is simple. Instead of boiling dried berries, use regular pressed old juice. Traditional old syrup is made by boiling, cooling, draining and adding a natural sweetener of your choice. The fastest way to prepare an old batch of syrup that lasts just a minute or two compared to a watch or more that is usually required for dry or fresh elderberries. Bonuses: Using the ultra-fast method, as described below, to produce older syrups is worthless in terms of efficiency compared to the time-consuming approach. I have been using syrup for many years to strengthen my family’s immunity. And I suggest that you try this one-minute recipe for an old syrup instead of making do with the commercial old syrup if you need to meet the deadline. I have been making syrup for 20 years! I use fresh berry juice in our premises, boil and add honey. The best sweetener for elderberry syrup is raw honey. You will not only save time, but also a lot of money! A bottle of older syrup from a leading brand costs about $25 for just 5.4 grams. When my children were young and often coughed up, I was too dependent on the old syrup to relieve the symptoms.