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Huaizhong Health Group Inc   (ADHH)
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Huaizhong Health Group Inc

Adaiah Distribution Inc. was incorporated in the State of Nevada as a for-profit company on September 12, 2013 and established a fiscal year end of October 31. We are a development-stage company formed to develop and distribute our product to the pillow industry. It is our goal to do business in the U.S., Russia and the European Union. To date, we have had some business operations. We have developed our business plan and executed contracts with Ningbo Hounuo Plastic Co., LTD, Hangzhou Yintex Co., Ltd, Suemon Furniture Co., Ltd, Vision Industry Co., Ltd and E&O International Trade Co., Ltd, where we engage these companies as independent contractors for the specific purpose of developing, manufacturing and supplying products to us. Adaiah Distribution Inc. will then distribute these neck, head, donut, lumbar, decorative, throw and orthopedic pillows to our customers.

The pillow has a strong historical presence wherever people have been civilized enough to desire more comfort than that of the floor or a piece of furniture. The first people to use pillows were those who lived in early civilizations of Mesopotamia around 7,000 BC. During this time, only the wealthy and more fortunate people of the world were the ones who used pillows. The number of pillows symbolized status so the more pillows one owned the more affluence he or she held. Pillows have always been produced around the world in order to help solve the old, re-occurring problem of neck, back, and shoulder pain while sleeping. The pillow was also used in order to keep bugs and insects out of peoples hair, mouth, nose, and ears while sleeping.

Pillow use has been associated with the mummies and tombs of ancient Egypt dating back to 2055-1985 B.C. Ancient Egyptian pillows were wooden or stone headrests. These pillows were mostly used by placing them under the heads of the deceased because the head of a human was considered to be the essence of life and sacred. The Romans and Greeks of ancient Europe mastered the creation of the softer pillow. These pillows were stuffed with reeds, feathers, and straw in order to make them softer and more comfortable.Only upper-class people typically owned these softer pillows, however all classes of people used some type of pillow while sleeping in order to give them support. People in ancient Europe started to use pillows when going to church in order to kneel on while praying and to place holy books on. This is a tradition that still lives on today. Additionally, the Romans and Greeks used their pillows by placing them under the head of those deceased just like the ancient Egyptians did.European pillows continue to have a lot of popularity still to this day because of their beauty and quality.

Chinese dynasties used pillows that were made from a wide range of materials including bamboo, jade, porcelain, wood, and bronze. Porcelain pillows became the most popular. The use of the porcelain pillow first appeared in the Sui Dynasty between 581 and 618 while mass production of the porcelain pillow appeared in the Tang Dynasty between 618 and 907. The Chinese decorated their pillows by making them different shapes and by painting pictures of animals, humans, and plants on them. Ancient Chinese porcelain pillows reached their peak in terms of production and use during the Song, Jin, and Yuan dynasties between the 10th and 14th century, but slowly phased out during the Ming and Qing dynasties between 1368 and 1911 with the emergence of better pillow making materials.

Internally, a pillow comprises a filler, often made from foam, synthetic plastic fibers, feathers, or down and viscoelastic foam and latex. Traditionally straw was used as filler, but this is uncomfortable and rarely used today. Feathers and down are the most expensive and usually the most comfortable; they offer the advantage of softness and their ability to conform to shapes desired by the user, more so than foam or fiber pillows. One of the disadvantages of a down-filled pillow is that a significant number of people are allergic to them. There are currently hypoallergenic varieties of down pillows to allow people sensitive to down to enjoy the comfort of feather or down pillows. In Asia, buckwheat is a common filler, as are plastic imitations. Such pillows tend to be smaller than a standard pillow. In India, cotton is also a common filler and is consideredto be healthier than synthetic fills.

The fill is surrounded with a cover or shell made of cloth, such as silk, known as the pillow case or pillow slip. Some pillows have a fancier cover called a sham which is closed on all sides and usually has a slit in the back through which the pillow is placed. Rectangular standard bed pillow cases usually do not have zippers, but instead have one side open all the time, however, a zippered pillow protector is often placed around standard pillows with the case in turn covering the protector. It is generally recommended that all types of pillow covers be laundered periodically since they are the part that is in contact with a persons body. But even with regular washing, pillows tend to accumulate dust and microbes among the fill and it is recommended that they be replaced every few years, especially for those with allergies.



   Company Address: Tianan Technology Park Guangzhou City 0
   Company Phone Number: 2982 9356   Stock Exchange / Ticker: ADHH
   ADHH is expected to report next financial results on March 26, 2024.


Customers Net Income fell by ADHH's Customers Net Profit Margin fell to

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