you would die.
Sodium azide has caused deaths for decades. It is a severe poison. It possesses the NFPA 704's highest rating of 4 (says 3 on the current msds) on the heath scale. It may be fatal in contact with skin or if swallowed. Even minute amounts can cause symptoms. The toxicity of this compound is comparable to that of soluble alkali cyanides. No toxicity has been reported from spent airbags.
It produces extrapyramidal symptoms with necrosis of the cerebral cortex, cerebellum, and basal ganglia. Toxicity may also include hypotension, blindness and hepatic necrosis.
Ingestion of several grams can cause death within 1–2 hours.
Ingestion of 700 mg resulted in myocardial failure after 72 hours. Ingestion of 150 mg produced shortness of breath, tachycardia, restlessness, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea within 15 minutes.