I don't know if I could make myself drink something that had bugs crawling in it. Think of their poop and urine and such.
Just don't think about it.
You have eaten *pounds* of bugs over your lifetime- you just don't think about it/realize it. (There are laws regarding acceptable amounts of bug parts in processed foods. *Processed* foods.) People have been eating insects and insect byproducts for as long as there have been people, and most never suffer ill effects from it.
Its only when contamination levels exceed what society considers an 'acceptable' level that bug infestation is seen as a problem- that level has varied a lot over mans history depending on available food preservation technology and economic factors. 100% insect free is impossible even with todays technology.
Stay away from 'Forest' honey - it is the sweet excretions of Aphids, gathered by honeybees and concentrated into honey by a process that resembles a child blowing spit bubbles.
Don't eat figs- the fruit is fertilized by many tiny wasps that enters the fruit before it matures in order to both pollinate it and lay many eggs inside its developing seeds. Every fig is a wasp nursery *and* graveyard.
Insect populations in herbs can be contained thru freezing and eliminated by irradiation treatment. Since the second isn't practical for most people, try keeping bug- prone drygoods in the freezer- only take out what you intend to use within a few days.