answer to that is a resounding "No".
You will most probably permanently damage the reed, which is
very fragile in its construction. In most cases, it is just a
piece of wood dust that gets stuck in the reed that will come
out on its own with a little bit of hard pumping. However, if
this does not remedy the problem, Please contact us and we
will be happy to guide you through it, and even send you
spares if need be.