Today’s variety of products would not be possible without modern adhesive technology. Regarding to the DIN EN 923 an adhesives is a bonding agent, which keep parts together by adhesion and cohesion. Mankind discovered adhesives thousands of years ago by observing their broad use in nature, and for most of these years adhesives were made from natural, renewable materials. Synthetic raw materials became popular in the twentieth century but now, as the price of crude oil increases dramatically, there is a movement back to natural and renewable raw materials. The discussion on reduction of carbon dioxide emissions also drives this movement to look again at materials like tree resins, starch, casein, or gelatine.