I'm an arborist and I had to remove a dying tree. I started climbing the tree this summer, only to find out that there was a bee's nest in the tree. I came back today figuring that the nest would be dormant since it is close to being winter. Some of those bees were still active and we got stung a few times. However, we found a huge nest inside and scooped as much of the nest out into our coolers and took it home. I used a strainer and cheesecloth to strain the honey. The honey was filled with everything from dead bees, honeycomb and a lot of saw dust and some dirt. The honey is the best I have ever tasted. It has a strong smell of Sierra wild flowers. My question is, what should I do with the honey at this point? I hate to pasteurize it and lose all of the nutrients. Should I do anything with the honey at this point besides put it in a container and eat it?