The Eastern White Cedar is a evergreen coniferous tree in the family of Cupressacea. It is mostly found in Canada and North America and also called the "Tree of Life", due to its medicinal benefits, spiritual power and tough nature. The trees grow to 12 - 15 meters, but can also appear as shrubs. The foliage of this cedar are evergeen scale-like leaves that are dark-green on the top and a light-green on the bottom. They also grow small cones, approximately 1-2cm, that go from fresh green to a dark-brown. In the cones are the seeds of the cedar. This tree has a red-brown or gray-brown bark that has a distinctive aromatic scent.