ROANOKE CO., Va. -

The discovery of more than 600 cans of whipped cream in woods near the Blue Ridge Parkway has abuse experts concerned.

The Roanoke County Prevention Council wants to remind the dangers of huffing to everyone in the community.  Experts say the discovery is alarming.   

They say it's just as important for business owners to be aware of this issue as parents and kids.

"It's a matter of how can we even educate business owners  that when kids come in and buy 12, 15, 20 ReddiWhip that they can ask them: Are you having that big of an ice cream party?" Nancy Hans with the Roanoke County Prevention Council said.

Prevention specialists always remind parents to have an open dialogue with their kids about substance abuse.