Feeling molafied is actually a made-up thing. In Panama, you see the mola everywhere–to the point that you have been overrun with them, thus “molafied.”
The mola is a distinctive artisanal product of the Kuna Yala (or Guna Yala) indigenous group that inhabits the San Blas island archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean near Colombia, technically a part of Panama, but actually an autonomous region. The mola is the most recognizable product of Panama other than, perhaps, the “Panama hat,” which in reality is from Ecuador.
If you travel to Panama (and you should) you should try to get to the San Blas islands, difficult as it is. If you can’t get there, at least visit the store I will describe. Here’s the story.