Yes. Helium is inert and thus nontoxic. People who have died
from inhaling helium did not die because of the helium, it was
because they weren't inhaling oxygen.
Helium is breathable in the sense that it is perfectly nontoxic (it is the most inert of all elements) but of course, if you breathed pure helium you would suffer from lack of oxygen.
It is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, nontoxic, and nearly inert gas that heads the noble gas series in the periodic table
Xenon is an inert gas; it is colorless, odorless and nontoxic. It is denser than helium, neon, and argon, but not as dense as radon.
Helium is used in balloons because it is much less dense than air, allowing the balloons to float and is completely nontoxic and nonflammable unlike hydrogen, which is otherwise a superior lifting gas.
Nontoxic is an adjective.
To answer any of your other questions that have are,Crayola, and nontoxic, Any Crayola product is nontoxic.
that drink is nontoxic and good,
I know helium is an inert gas, and it is colorless, odorless, and nontoxic. Argon is non toxic, but I am not sure how safe it is to eat. Again, it is non toxic.
Gold is nontoxic. It doesn't react to any organs in the body. :)
For example titanium dioxide (TiO2) is a stable and nontoxic compound.
I checked the label to see if the nail polish romever was dangerous in any way, but it said it was nontoxic.
Read the label to be sure the solution is nontoxic before you clean the baby's crib.
Nontoxic means not poisonous. There are various legal definitions and ratings of toxicity, and a link to a Wikipedia article is below in the related links.
Nontoxic....am I doing homework for you??!!