Asian and North African People in the mountain region used cedar trees for several centuries which also known as the” Thunja plicate “in all activities of their life. They used cedar for making their homes, canoes, coffins, and even used it for cooking. The most sacred function of the cedar tree was when it was carved into a pole and placed at tribal ceremonies. The cedar tree was named “Tree of Life” and it was monumental in their history. Cedar is considered to be the most valuable wood, because it is naturally highly resistant to rot, insect damage, and weathering….