I have nearly 60 lbs. of honey from a cutout I did last summer. The cutout/removal was in the wall of a building. I strained it through #8 wire and it was all pretty clean, however I know there was some insulation in close proximity to the comb. And there was also some drywall dust. I saved the honwy with the intent to feed it back to my bees in times of need. My question is if my bees eat this honey, will they re-constitute it enough in their own process that it would become clean enough to use for human consumption? I know that cutout honey is not supposed to be used for or by people. I've known keepers who have fed cutout honey to the bees with supers on, wouldn't it make sense that that same honey would then later be harvested?