I had one hive come down with dysentery this spring. It was on the inside of the boxes. They had pretty much a deep and medium full of honey. I've been expanding the brood nest, hoping they recover. I had to pull a few deep frames of honey, and I wondered what I should do with it. Some of it doesn't look great. The surface looked wet or slick in some areas. Some areas have crystallized, and I have seen a few small patches with a light mold on small areas. These maladies are here and there on most the honey stored in the hive. When I saw it I thought that I wouldn't want to eat it and I could imagine that the bees might have gut problems from it. So what do I do with it? I would like to salvage the drawn comb, but am hesitant to feed it to other bees....