It is made from water, coagulants and adhesive materials, and they are later get settled out for a day before being packaged out and delivered to people around to you, stored into the squeezed bottles that can be found in the stationery shops near you.
Glue is a compound that sticks or bonds two items together. Glue may be able to be made from natural sources or synthetically. Early glues were animal glues made by blending animal products like the use of buffalo hooves. Native Americans used fat as an adhesive. During the times of Babylonia, tar-like glue was used for gluing statues. Also, Egypt was one of the most prominent users of adhesives. The Egyptians used animal glues to adhere tombs, furniture, ivory, and papyrus. Today there are four main types of glue; 1) Natural Glue: These are based on natural resin (from vegetables) or from animal skin. 2) Synthetic Glues: Glues like thermosetting glues. 3) Hot Glues: Applied hot and allowed to harden as they cool. These adhesives have become popular for crafts because of their ease of use. 4) Reactive Glues: Glues that react with the surface they are sticking to. Often used to reduce the loosening of bolts and screws etc.
Most "sticky" glues contain animal-derived ingredients, ie: Fish oil/scales and animal hides/ hooves/ antlers. But relatively "non-sticky" glue, such as paste or PVA is water-based. A basic glue can be made at home using flour and water.
Just milk and water
Fish oil and water is basic ones
It depends what type of glue you get some glue have animal hides or fish oil in them but if you get normal craft glue it is water based.
Milk, water, and flour shaken all up.
Horse pee water flour