Hello everyone, I am a first year beekeeper near Sacramento California and I had a few questions. So because this is my first year I made the mistake of waiting to long to treat for varroa mites in the fall, I noticed there were numerous bees in my hive that had DWV and were also walking around outside the hive and not being able to actually fly correctly. Fearing that the hive was doomed to fail I went ahead and treated with an OAV 3 times over the span of 2 weeks, this semeed to do the trick when it came to the mites, on my bottom board after every treatment I noticed more and more mite fall off. However, quite a bit of damage had been done as there was only about half a frame of brood left in the hive and very small amount bees left but the queen had survived and still looked healthy so I figured Id let them be and try to rebound before winter. Fast-forward to this month and the bees have started to make their comeback, they now have about 2 full frames of brood and their numbers have grown to cover about 4 frames now, leaving 6 frames unattended. Today I did an inspection and noticed what I'm assuming was wax moths tunneling in the propolis between the frames, the hive is definitely weakened due to losing significant numbers but I'm not sure how I should react to seeing this, they have relatively good stores of both honey and pollen. Should I condense the 4 frames of bees that I have down into a nuc and overwinter them in that? Should I just remove the 6 frames they are not able to defend and leave the 4 they can in the hive until numbers rebound even more? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!