I have what is going to sound like a really stupid question but here it goes. A woman I work with told me your not suppose to eat the honey right from the hive because you'll get ill off it. What I'm referring to is you've retrieved your supers, extracted the honey, filtered it then bottled it in clean containers. She said you must also pasturise it before you can eat it. Everyone was excited when I brought some in for them to try now after she opened her mouth they all think they're going to get ill from eating it. I know all about the pathogens, and how infants shouldn't eat it. Am I missing something, that is all you do right? Super, to extracter (after you decap them), to filters, to your bottle, then your good to go right, or is there another "saftey" step I'm missing? Thanks.